We all have our reasons for not working out. Some are legitimate, but often we’re just talking ourselves out of exercising.
To keep you focused on track, here’s an affirmation for each of the ten most commonly used excuses, not to workout. The affirmations will assist you in making a conscious effort to encourage yourself to elevate your beliefs, unquestionably!
It will be difficult: I have the ability to accomplish any task I set my mind to with ease and comfort.
It will take a long time: I have infinite patience when it comes to fulfilling my destiny.
I can’t afford it: I am connected to an unlimited source of abundance. If you can afford to drink alcohol or eat out, you can go running or cycling for free.
No one will help me: The right circumstances and the right people are already here and will show up on time.
I’m not strong enough: I have access to unlimited assistance. My strength comes from my connection to my Source of being.
I’m too old (or not enough): I am an infinite being. The age of my body has no bearing on what I do or who I am. In fact weight training is extremely important for older people to prevent muscle wastage and particularly for women to prevent osteoporosis.
It’s too big a goal : I think only about what I can do now. By thinking small, I accomplish great things.
I don’t have the energy: I feel passionately about my life, and this passion fills me with excitement and energy.
It’s my personal family history: I live in the present moment by being grateful for all my life experiences as a human being.
I’m too busy: As I uncluttered my life, I free myself to answer the callings of my soul. The American Heart Association says 75 minutes of vigorous exercise is all you need to squeeze in each week to improve your health.
We hope by now, you’ve identified ten of the most common excuses and have been introduced to reasons for removing habituated thoughts that have been holding you back from living life at the highest levels of success, happiness, health and fitness.
The Content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.