So today's workout was not lifting in my gym, or running on the treadmill. Nope, it was simply working on some landscaping and working on some parking for my clients. You see, I have an extra parking spot, but wanted to raise it up so that is was more level.
When I am not training, I work in an office. I get a lot of attention- not always positive and uplifting- when I leave work after changing into my workout clothes. Which also leads to recieving a lot of questions at work that vary from "my knee hurts, why do you think that is" to "how do i get a better butt" to "I am signed up for a marathon, can you help me with a training schedule"
Sometimes, I can answer and sometimes I defer the question to their primary care doctor.
Happy Monday! Not just any Monday, the one after Daylight Savings time in the spring where you are a little groggy and "zombie-like" for the first few days. However, I'm sure many of you are willing to deal with the fog knowing there will be more daylight in the evening and warmer temperaures.
I was asked today "What do you do when you just don't feel like working out"
I have those days, as a matter of fact I had one yesterday, and they are just a part of being human. Even the most motivated person still can use a push every now and then. My suggestion is to keep motivating quotes around so that, even when you arent looking for it, sometimes a little motivation will come your way.
I keep one on my wall in my room, I have on in my car, and i have one up at my desk at the office.... and sometimes they give me just the little "umph" i need to get moving.
Do your children get enough exercise and physical activity? If they aren’t getting at least 60 minutes or more of it per day, the answer is likely no. It’s easy to assume kids are active enough and parents are quick to focus on their own fitness regimens without noticing how the rest of the family is doing. Does this sound familiar? If so, it’s time to make a change and get everyone both motivated and active. 4 Reasons Exercise is Important for Children
If I can take a new client who is adversed to exercise and give them an experience that is less than pure drudgery, I consider it a grand slam. If that client returns for a second session, giving me the benefit of the doubt, I consider it a win. If that client learns something that changes the way they view fitness for the better, I consider it a success. If that client experiences the difference that healthier choices can make, I am fulfilling a purpose. My name is Tanner Shultz. I am a certified personal trainer and a network marketing professional.