Here it is:
You aren’t being realistic. Most people commit to a 5 day a weeks workout program or an intense diet or an expensive fitness club membership with big goals and vision to become their best selves. The passion and excitement are great, but is it realistic. Can you really commit to 1+ hours in the gym 5 day a week on a consistent basis? Can you maintain a diet where you eat zero carbs or only drink shakes, etc. Over a long period of time? Can you sustain a $120/month membership for more than a month?
I see so many individuals talk a big talk, but soon after beginning, they get busy or discouraged and throw in the towel.
The key to a healthier life is to be realistic, make a commitment and build from there. Like most successful business or initiatives, the best method to success is to start small and build. If you can only commit to 15 minutes of exercise 2 times a week because of your busy lifestyle, that’s fine. We can work with 15 minutes to make it the most efficient 15 minutes possible. Once you start and you feel the benefits you may be willing to cut some other thing out and increase the time to 30 minutes or even add a couple more days. You don’t have to fit into someone else’s fitness model or routine. You need to be real with yourself and do what works for you!