Time was never the problem. THIS is…

Last night, I watched the trailer for Arnold on Netflix – I’ve seen the entire series, but I was surfing around and stopped to check it out again.

If you haven’t seen the series, it’s pretty darn fascinating.

So, when it comes to time management and working out, Arnold Schwarzenegger has some pretty strong opinions.

And I agree with him.

24 hours per day…

Minus 8 hours of sleep…

Minus 8 hours of work…

Equals 8 hours left

So, the excuse that we don’t have time to take care of our bodies and work out, is total BS.

It got me thinking…

Okay, so what is the real problem.

And there are a few, but this is, by far, the most popular I see…

Too much. Too fast.

Instead of gradually building workout habits that last, we all try to set the world record for getting into shape the fastest.

So, we completely rearrange our lives. And go from zero to 100 mph.

We drastically change our schedule.

We drastically change what we eat.

We drastically change how/if we work out.

And it never works.

The truth is actually very simple. And equally as un-sexy.

Getting fit is not a 30, 60 or 90-day journey.

It’s a lifetime pursuit.

And that pursuit begins with small changes like working out a few days per week for only 20-minutes at a time, like what we show you how to do with Micro Workouts– Total Body.

Then, we add a few more small changes. Then, a few more.

And before you know it, you don’t even think about getting in your workout.

It’s just something you do – like brushing your teeth.

In a month and a half, the gyms will be flooded with people armed with their New Year’s resolutions.

On January 15th, most of those people won’t be there anymore.

So, you’ve got the choice:

Either be one of those people who have been doing the same thing every New Year’s for the past 40 years. Or, start making small changes right now that will remove the word “resolution” from your fitness vocabulary.

It’s always up to you.

Your #1 Fan,
Jeff Pelizzaro

PS – Once you make the decision to shift your mindset. And start with small changes that add up over time, all you need are the right tools.

And that’s where we can help.

And here’s where I would start: Micro Workouts– Total Body.