How do people improve their health in these crazy times?
In a time when we have no time, it is inspiring to hear the success that people like Maggie Ross have had. As Maggie says:
I stopped worrying about skipping a workout.
Because of my setbacks in training, I had to skip workouts in my training schedule. Even though at the time I was freaking out that I wouldn’t be ready come the time, it turns out I was more than prepared. Now, I don’t sweat it if I sleep in instead of hitting the gym or if I skip a run to go have a drink with friends. In the long haul, my mental health is more important than a workout – I can catch up tomorrow.
Maggie gets it. Our everyday pressures and stresses created the situation we are in. Pressure and stress are not going to help us get out of it. We should recognize the behavior that we have developed that has caused our health to be less than great. Then we need to flow through the behavioral changes to a successful and healthy life.
Now that our head is on straight, we can take the practical steps that will help us achieve our goals. One of those steps is to have exercise equipment right on our own home. It seems to be just too much sometimes to get dressed in the proper workout gear (you have to look good even when you know you will be a sweaty mess in the end), then get in the car, drive to the gym, and so on.
Consider getting an in-home gym set. Do your research. Get what fits your body’s needs and your health goals. If you need help in making that choice, call us at AddvantageUSA at 888-601-5527.
What steps have you taken in your busy schedule to help meet your goals?