One of the most common themes that comes up with myself and my clients is the issue of being hard on ourselves on our health and fitness journey. We often think we need to be more strict, more intense, more perfect or more committed in order to realize our fitness goals. So we get frustrated with ourselves for missed workouts, we berate ourselves for less than optimal food choices and we unknowingly create more stress and shame than is actually helpful.
Time isn’t something that my clients have in spades. We’ve got families, jobs, hobbies, travel plans and side hustles. But what my clients know is that you don’t need a lot of time to have a consistent exercise habits. The key isn’t finding more time in your day, it’s getting clear on your priorities and more efficient with the types of workouts you do.
When I first met my husband, he was fresh off his first trip to the Olympics as a downhill ski racer. It was 2006 and we were both in our early twenties. At that point in time we both had no idea that he would race in three more Olympic games, and that we would be preparing for those games together as a team.
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