As a personal trainer and healthy lifestyle coach, I hear my fair share of excuses and reasons why someone can't work out—the most popular being "I don't have enough time." And I get it, we live in a fast-paced society and our schedules are jam-packed with countless responsibilities, leaving us feeling exhausted at the end of the day; the last thing we want to do is lace up our sneakers and go to the gym!
When I first started training, I would suggest a midday workout during lunch breaks, but the reality is that lunch breaks have become obsolete. How many times per week do you find yourself chained to your desk or stuck in a meeting during your well-deserved lunch hour? So, that leaves us with the only other option—morning workouts. This is where I typically hear an "Oh I can't do that, I'm not a morning person and I can't afford to wake up early!"