No excuses, I am lazy and even when I was a slender young person had very low energy levels. So I have no good reason--just would rather do other things less strenuous.
I skip workouts when I'm tired or being lazy. That's it, no other excuse.
When I was young I was a committed athlete and dancer. I worked out every day. The reasons I don't work out any more are 1) age, 2) health limitations. However, I do "work out" in a way since I take my dogs out for runs (they run, I walk) whenever I can as often as I can. If I could still dance and had the energy and stamina to do so, I most certainly would! Now, I am teaching one of my dogs to do musical freestyle, which isn't a half bad way of compensating for my limitations!
I usually try to work out 5 times a week, but for the past month or so its only been once or twice a week. Sometimes I'm just exhausted and lazy, but I'm at school 16 ours a week, at work about 6-15 hours a week, and doing homework and housework the rest of the time. I'd give anything for it to be June now so I could be done with school! I just need more free time.
Because I keep telling myself that I just won't eat instead. I keep losing motivation of why to work out.
Some people make excuses. They claim they dont have the time even though there are plenty of home fitness programs to get you in shape.
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