excuses

Imagine where you could be if eliminated one excuse per week for one year straight.
"I'm too busy right now." We've all said it before. Here's how to avoid making it a habit.
Unfortunately, lazy is on you, my brothers and sisters in blue. What happened?
This year, I’m challenging myself (and you) to take the stress out of the holidays.
No one else can make this happen for you. No one else can fix you. It’s on you.
These suggestions are not in place of a regular workout. They are for when exercise just isn’t a priority.
Are you working out because it's beneficial and enjoyable? Or are you doing it because you're trying to fix something from the past?
Every Sunday we post the "Sunday Seven" so you can quickly see the 7 most popular articles of the week. This week: sustainable training, fitness excuses, CrossFit, mature athletes, and more!
Yes, that’s right. Here are 21 reasons not to get off the treadmill, office chair, or sofa and join your local strength and conditioning facility.
I fell out of my good habits over the holidays and started beating myself up over it, making myself feel worse. So I wrote myself a letter and I'm letting go of my excuses and moving forward.
Having spent a lifetime in the fitness and athletics world, Jeremy Scott has heard all the excuses. Here he gives us some examples and ideas on how to keep them from derailing your training.