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|10 Commonly Used Excuses to Avoid Exercise
Take back your health in 2010
Truth: Everyone is busy, and if it’s time on this earth you value, you should put your health first. If you don’t, what you’re actually doing is letting time slip right through your fingers. Exercise improves your mood, your energy level, and promotes better sleep; making you more efficient at all those daily tasks that eat up your time. Make exercise a daily priority by scheduling it into your calendar or “to-do” list, like you would for any important meeting. Then, you will hold yourself accountable and exercise will feel like a natural part of your workday. 1, 2, 7
“Health club memberships are too expensive.”
Truth: Memberships are available at a variety of price points, some as low as $10. In 2008, average monthly membership costs a little over $40. In 2010, $40 can get you a manicure/pedicure, a date night at the movies, or maybe a new sweater. When you evaluate where to allocate your $40, remember that those purchases, and most others, cannot improve your health or save you money, but exercise can, so plan your investments carefully. 3, 4, 5, 6
“Everyone at the gym is fit and in shape.”
Truth: People of all populations, ages, genders, weights, shapes, sizes, and skill levels workout at a club. Club staff, personal trainers, and other members will help ease you into the club environment. A trainer can show you the ropes, make you feel at home, and demonstrate proper exercise technique so you’ll feel like a pro on the fitness floor. Meeting a new workout buddy or bringing a friend can also provide the social support you need to get started and maintain your routine.