Six months ago when I started working out with this gal I had such high hopes and expectations for her. She has worked so hard and though we aren’t done, I’m so proud of her. She puts it all out there every single workout and she is creative in the kitchen so that she makes sure to eat the right things. She listens to my advice and simply just puts the work in and OH MY GOODNESS is it paying off. Keep it up my friend, you look A-MAZING!
I was working with a client the other day and she started going on and on about why she was unable to get out for a walk and all the things that prevented her from getting in some more cardio. Nap schedules for the kids, making lunch, cleaning house, it might rain. Then she stopped and said, “I’m making a lot of excuses.” And I said, “Yes, you are.” It’s what we do. We make excuses. The truth is, like my wise husband says, “You make time for the things you want to make time for.” If you want to make real changes, stop making excuses and start moving.
Currently, one of my clients is stuck in a walking boot. This is not her first time in a walking boot. Not too long ago, she had to have one on the other foot. During that time, she gave up all her workouts. When she sent me a text that she was in a boot again, I told her, we can work around it. She told me that she didn’t want to lose everything she had worked for and was determined to do workouts in her boot. Let me tell you, I have a lot of fun things planned for her in the next 4-6 weeks. She is great example of not making excuses when she could easily say, “I can’t do it because I’m in a boot.” What excuse is holding you back? How can you work around it?
I met this great gal in January and started training her at the beginning of February. She has been so committed to working hard and eating right and it’s really paying off for her. She has lost 15 lbs in about a month and a half. While she is not at her goal yet, we always need to celebrate milestones. She is awesome!