But I also know this: Time and convenience aren't excuses. First of all, you don't need a whole lot of time (30 minutes to walk a day and 30 minutes a week to do some resistance training). If you don't have the time to do that, then you have to be willing to admit that the problem is not that the fact you're out of time, but that your life is so out of control that you can't budget enough time for your health and your well-being.
And secondly, you don't need a gym or fancy equipment; heck, it takes more time to drive to the gym and change clothes than it does to actually work out. In fact, you can use your body as your weights to lift. It sure beats spending your workout time waiting at the exercise machine for someone to finish their issue of Quilting Quarterly. Yes, it's easy to say you're too tired, too stressed, too busy, too this, or too that. I say, too bad. The only way you'll strip away the fat is to start by stripping away the excuses.
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