There are literally thousands of exercises you can do at home, and you don’t have to look too far to find a site to give you the guidance you need to find one. And while I touched on the pros of having an in-home gym last week, it’s important to note that having that only works, if you do.
So many people are talking the talk, but they’re not walking the walk.
I get it, working out is hard, but so are a lot of other things—getting up for work/school every morning, paying bills, raising a family, being a wife/mother, etc.—yet we do them because we know they need to be done. Exercise is no different; having a healthy body makes all the other things we do in life more manageable…at least from a physical standpoint; and they also contribute to our overall mental well-being by helping us to build confidence.
In short, you have to make your health as much a priority as you do everything else. That’s the only way you’ll ever become consistent at getting the job done.
If you can’t do that, then ask yourself, “why?” and if you can’t answer that question, then you need to have a come-to-Jesus meeting with the negativity committee that’s taken up residence inside your head.