If you’re struggling to find motivation to get to your workout, allow these seven reasons to inspire you to exercising greatness.
 
1. Exercise because: Your body works
It may seem like an odd reason to work out, but the fact that you can work out ought to inspire you to do so. After all, there are plenty of folks who have been affected by disease or congenital conditions that make working out impossible. If you are able to exercise, do it! Every movement you make, be grateful and work to learn your body’s limits. In essence, when you do this you’re giving your body a high five!
 
2. Exercise because:  Disease can’t handle it
True, there are diseases that will attack you regardless of your fitness level. However, exercising regularly (starting today) is one of the best ways to build yourself up against all sorts of ailments and illnesses. From the common cold to heart disease, exercise helps you avoid health issues and live a healthier, longer life.
 
3. Exercise because: Your family loves you
Because you want to be around for years in the future, you need to exercise. As seen above, exercise is a great way to fend off all sorts of health issues, many of them life-threatening. So if you want to show love to your family members who love you, you’ll need to work out regularly. Afraid your workouts will take away family time? Get up earlier or take your loved ones with you.
 
 
4. Exercise because: You beat goals
Some people meet goals. When you commit to an exercise programme today, you set yourself up to beat goals. Because once you reach your new squat record, clothes size or weight-loss goal, you move on to the next. Do this in the gym or Personal Training Studio enough and it will start to happen in the rest of your life. Got a deadline at work coming up soon? No problem. Wish you could read more books? Consider it done. Ready to quit smoking? You can do it. All because you worked out today.
 
5. Exercise because: Life will be easier
Ever struggled to get out of bed and get on with your day? Exercising today can help that. Wonder why you always feel stressed out? Once you get in the gym this afternoon, you’ll be able to shed the stress. Wish you had the sex drive that you seemingly lost a few years ago? Today’s workout will get you on the right track there as well. See a heavy couch that needs lifting? After spending time in the gym today, that couch will be light as a feather tomorrow. In other words, exercise makes everything in life better, easier, and more bearable!
 
6. Exercise because: Your body will surprise you
When you started on your exercise journey, you wanted to change your body. But somewhere along the way you forgot about that swimsuit-ready body you desired so much early on. Well, guess what? It can still be yours! All you’ve got to do is get back exerrcising today and get back on the road to it. In six months, you’ll be amazed at how much better your body looks and how much more you enjoy being you.
 
7. Exercise because: Your friends will join you
It can be hard to keep working out in the gym every day if your loved ones aren’t into it. However, if you stick with it and trust your trainer, your loved ones may eventually want to join you in your exercise. Once they realize you’re seeing positive results, they won’t want to miss out. So, by going to the gym today, you’re helping others to be healthy!
 
Call or email today to get started on my very best exercise programme – together we will get you to your goals once and for all!
 
Don’t wait – act now.
 
Health & Fitness Expert
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