I'm sure that for many others including myself this quarantine has been a very deep and intimate time of self reflection. Self-reflection often forces people intuitively to deal with the parts of themselves that they are ashamed and insecure of. However, this can be very powerful for many people as this spark can lead them on the path to making dynamic changes in their lives. It is at our deepest core as humans to grow and evolve with the progression of time. While this may be true internally for everyone, externally many people often find it challenging to obtain these goals especially when it pertains to their physical fitness, claiming to not have the time to achieve their fitness goals. Prior to the coronavirus outbreak many people including myself simply “did not have the time to work out” or couldn’t work out at the frequency that they would prefer. I believe that this is an excuse we all tell ourselves to make us feel better on the inside for our lack of dedication and commitment to exercising. But hey don’t shoot me people, I’m simply the messenger. If it makes anyone feel any better, I have made these same excuses as well so don’t feel bad! This is why having a fitness trainer is very important and they play an extremely pivotal role especially in times like this for anyone that has serious fitness goals.
You may have tried numerous diets and failed. Alternatively, you may be curious as to why some people seem to be able to lose weight while others toil. There are various methods of weight reduction and some are better than others are. However, it is not only the technique employed that can result in triumph or catastrophe, as attitude plays a colossal part in the process of becoming slimmer.
The decision to get fit and begin a structured fitness program should not be taken lightly. Everyone has tried to get fit at one time in their lives and managed to work hard for a few weeks but then find interest wanes. Staying motivated is the biggest challenge of any fitness program. Motivation failure accounts for the most number of people who drop out of a fitness program.