It’s a lack of motivation, not time.

We often times get so busy with obligations at work and home that we neglect our health. We neglect fitness and diet because it’s not the “priority”. It’s true that family, work, and many other things usually need to be more of a priority but honestly is it a lack of time or a lack of motivation?

If we have time to scroll Instagram or Facebook, if we have time to watch a Netflix show (or 2 or 3), if we have time to play a video game…… then we have 20-30 minutes to knock out a quick workout. I think that the issue is motivation rather than a lack of time. Motivation is man made. If you don’t have it, create it!

The best way I have found to dig up motivation is to:

A. Find an inspirational person who you can look to for that boost. There are plenty of individuals on all social media platforms and numerous podcasts to find that inspiration.

B. Set a goal and make a plan. Without a goal and a plan, what’s the point?

C. Accountability, make a goal or a plan and tell someone about it who will keep you accountable.

D. Share your progress. You can share with a friend, your spouse, social media, whatever works.

E. Try to share you goals and inspire others as much as possible. If your becoming an inspiration to others, it will help you to keep at it. (Another form of accountability)

F. Just suck it up and do something. You won’t always hit your goal, but even if you miss your workout or get lazy, do something. Knock out 100 push ups, sit ups, etc.

#strengthenfathers

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