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Lack of Time or Poor Time Management?

Updated: Nov 21, 2022

Lack of Time or Poor Time Management?

It seems like every day I have a conversation with one of our Jump Into Shapers who says they have no time to exercise...

I like to break this down problem to a few components:

1) Find out their exercise goals - days they plan to exercise and how long on each day and overall goals for the week...

2) Discuss their schedule - do they work? If so, nights, days, family obligations, etc.

Then we come up with a plan based on the following:

1) Is there a day or two in your schedule that you can almost guarantee you can get a workout in? Usually, this is a Sunday or Saturday night..

2) Are there other days that are you most likely able to get a workout in?

NOW we have all the pieces of the puzzle and come up with a plan... it's pretty easy... I just advise our members to block out times on the calendar on the days that work... pretend it's an important business meeting (exercise for your short and long-term health is more important than a business meeting), and tell your family this important you ask them to let you keep this commitment to yourself... remind yourself of your goals - mental, physical and overall well being that will positively impact other parts of your life...

I know this sounds too simple, but things don't have to be overly complicated... sometimes, it's just looking at the big picture and saying, "wow" I can find some time here or here... and, if you miss a date don't get upset, just try to make it up or move to the next time you set aside...

I've found the more people exercise, the more benefits they see and the more they realize this is a true priority in life that can have benefits from today till 120!

Thank you and many blessings,



Moshe Moskowitz

Jump Into Shape

CEO, Founder and Head Trainer

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