Overcoming excuses

drop and give me 10 right now. No? Why not? Because you’re cozy on the couch? Because you’re tired? Because you don’t have time? The list of excuses why “not” to exercise is endless, but before you let another one roll off your tongue, consider what these perpetual self-exonerations can lead to over time.

“Excuses can make or break your fitness process,” says Arnit Kobryniec,

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