As a personal trainer, the number one excuse I hear for not being active is “I don’t have time.” Jobs, children, household responsibilities, long commutes, and other priorities compose the majority of an individual’s waking hours, leaving little to no time or energy to be physically active. The thing about an excuse is that it’s just that: a reason you’re giving yourself that you, and only you, hope will validate your inaction toward a goal. Let your own facial expression be
10 statements I hear frequently as a personal trainer:
1. “You must only eat protein!” I gravitate toward a 25-30% protein intake because that’s how my body functions best. Love my fats and carbs!!
2. “You must workout for hours every day!” Unless I’m teaching or training, my workouts are under 45 min total 5-6 days per week.
3. “What do you think about waist trainers/keto diet/1,200 calories a day/other fads.” People ask you questions about every single fad diet and g