Do you struggle to find the time to train?
With work and family life it can feel like you just don’t have time.
It is a struggle for me as well, I find it difficult to find the time to train that doesn’t mean I miss family dinner time or bath time with my son.
Finding a regular time that works is really important. If you are busy and stressed finding time to train is even more important for you, which I’ll explain later.
Andrew was too busy
I have a client Andrew who did a free fitness assessment and trial with me, but I didn’t hear from him after. He must have decided it wasn’t for him, that’s what the free session is for, to see if I’m a good fit for you and if you are a good fit for me.
2 months later I bumped into him in Formby village, we stopped and chatted about the strange new world of COVID, the euros, kids, usual stuff, then he said that he was still interested in training but was worried how he could fit it in.
I get it; it’s difficult fitting everything in around your family and work. Getting to visit your mum and dad, in-laws, and what about your Aunty Beryl ! Never mind chilling with your family.
Finding 3 hours a week to train time can feel impossible to fit in.
However, I have to tell you this though, those 3 hours a week are the gateway to bags more energy focus.
Think of it like 3 hours of training = Endless hours more energy and focus.
With your new energy and focus you will be able to fit in visiting family as tasks like boring home admin and DIY gets done instead of ignoring them.
You will even have time to see your mates as the wife will be made up as you have done the food shopping, cleaned the car, picked the kids up and then bingo free pass to go to see your mates.
Andrew did start on The Strong Man System and was much happier getting to see his mates more often, oh, and he’s in really good shape now. He managed to finally lose his belly fat and build muscle.
If you are ready like Andrew to start your journey to a much more productive life and look great in the process email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can have a chat about your goals and book you in for a free fitness assessment and trial.