Changing the language around our excuses

I don’t have time, I can’t afford it, I don’t have the motivation, I don’t know what I’m doing.

When it comes to exercise and getting fit, we have all had them, Excuses.

Sometimes we use them as a way of getting out of doing something that we may think is hard or difficult or just can’t really be bothered.

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We all know being fit and healthy is great for us but why do we constantly self sabotage?

How to beat your self sabotaging ways.

To beat our own self sabotaging ways we really need to get down to the nuts and bolts of it.

Do we need to do the thing we are constantly making excuses for?


Is it a priority to me?

Really think deeply about these two questions and connect with how it makes you feel when you answer them.

Is it a resounding yes? How does it feel to realise it actually is a priority? Then you also have realised that those excuses you have been making are not serving you at all.

If it’s a no, how does it feel to realise that all those excuses you have been making also don’t serve you because you do not need to be actually doing the thing your are shying away from.

Excuses are there to stop us from doing the things that we are either:

  1. Scared of doing


2. Don’t actually need to be doing but everybody else says we should.


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