Blogs about No Excuses

Friday, April 22, 2016
A Healthy Journey
 I know that most of us sometimes feel like society, our employers, bosses, teachers, family, friends or whatever else are responsible for us not getting what we want to have.
Saturday, February 20, 2016 • Pine Bush, NY 12566
Juliet Gould's Blog
 Excuse after excuse—the "free passes" we give ourselves for opting out of a workout (again!) are seemingly endless, but enough is enough. Brett Hoebel, author and creator of the 20 Minute Body and trainer on NBC's The Biggest Loser, shares his advice on how to banish the most common excuses from your vocab once and for all. "I don't have time today"
Thursday, July 02, 2015 • Lancaster, PA 17603
Cause and Effects Fitness Blog
"The only person that holds you back in life is yourself, and there's no limits to life. Life is limitless and that's your choice to limit yourself or not."--Ali McWeeney As we like to say, there is no such thing as "can't." Find out how we can help you overcome the obstacles holding you back from your weight loss and fitness goals 
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 • Evanston, IL 60201
Gregory Slocum's Fitness Therapy Personal Training Blog
Some of the leading health problems in America include heart disease, stroke, respiratory diseases like COPD, and Diabetes. And pharmaceutical industries have come up with all kinds of drugs to help eliminate or relieve some these diseases, but there is a catch. Many of the these drugs require you to take them everyday for the rest of your life. To make matters worse, the side effects of some of those drugs are almost as bad as the disease they are trying to fix.
Monday, August 04, 2014 • Oshawa, ON L1H 2P9, CA
Darcy Broadbent's Blog
The number 1 excuse for not working out is time! Don't think you have time? I'm going to show you that you do. Stay with me on this're watching your favourite 1-hour show on TV. During EVERY commercial break I want you to do this... 1. 10 jumping jacks 2. 10 squats 3. 10 push-ups 4. 10 crunches 5. REPEAT 6. Once you have done this twice and the commercials are still running then plank until the show comes back on. Do this during every commercial break. By the time your show is done you have completed a 13-14 minute workout.
Tuesday, July 29, 2014 • Whitefish Bay, WI 53217
Garrett Stangel's Blog
Each of us only has this moment, right here and now to do anything.  If we are fortunate and all goes in our favor, we'll have more to enjoy.  But none of us ever gets more than 1440 minutes in each day, 168 hours in any week, or more than 52 weeks in any year.  Yet it is my humble observation that some of us commit to health reserving behaviors while others do not.  Do you?  What is the difference in the choices made by these two different groups of people?  Two things....

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