I remember when my first trainer told me “you’re working hard, but you just don’t want it bad enough” . I was DEVASTATED. I was showing up and working hard during work outs and trying to eat her diet. I thought that was “wanting it” bad enough. 🤷♀️ It wasn’t until years later that I realized she was right🤔
Yes, I was working hard at our training sessions but I wasn’t committed beyond that one day a week. I did not workout at home and I did not follow the diet very closely. At the time, it wasn’t a priority in my life like I thought it was, and it took me years to realize it and swallow that pill. 🤦♀️
Once you make that switch in your mind, once you realize that it’s ok to put your health first instead of EVERYTHING AND EVERYONE else you will see that you do have time.
For me it came in small steps. The laundry, dishes, morning coffee, getting the kids dressed...all waited an extra 30 minutes so I could workout Once my mindset shifted to making exercise and nutrition a top priority then I had time. It just started to become part of the routine over months because I wanted it too. It also helped that I had a trainer holding me accountable and giving me support at the same time.
Of course this will mean different things to the moms that work out of the home vs in the home. The struggles, priorities, and time constraints will be different for everyone. But ask yourself.....
How bad do you want this?
How much does your health mean to you?
What are you willing to do to reach your goals?
Are you willing to make yourself a priority?
Tell me, what are you waiting for? If you need help then ask me how. I am here for you, to help you navigate the path to better health. Because let’s face it, this shit is hard and it helps to have someone support you ♀️.
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