Excuses. We all have them. We let our excuses run our lives when it should be our interests that drive us. The reasons not to do something become bigger than the reasons to do something. “I can’t go to the gym because I have too much work.” “I can’t work out because I lack motivation.” “I’m not going to hit the treadmill today because I don’t have time.” You are constantly talking yourself out of things that you know you need.
This is why you don’t work out. You are terrible at talking yourself into going to the gym, but great at listing reasons why you can’t go. The first and most obvious reason you don’t work out:
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I have a boss who routinely tells us to work smarter, not harder. His theory is that working more efficiently will position us to achieve more. For our 9-5 jobs in Eagan, it works great.
In the gym, however, the exact opposite is usually true. Forcing your body to be inefficient will help you burn more calories during your workout.