I thought about this earlier today while I was training.
There are exactly 168 hours in one week.
Let’s say you allocate 50 to sleep. You’ll probably work around 50. And 14 hours are used to eat (2 hours per day). If you commute, you’ll likely spend at least another 8 to 10 per week for that. That leaves you with around 44 hours to play with.
The major part of those should be dedicated to family/social life. But I bet you can find at least 7 hours (1 hour per day) to dedicate to your health (i.e., fitness).
If you consider that according to a recent survey Americans on an average spend around 20 hours per week watching TV or on their computers; there’s so much time that can be allocated to exercise without having to sacrifice the really important things in your life.
Plus, exercising is taking care of yourself (and your health): what's more important than that?
Think about it. It’s never too late and you’re never too busy to improve your health.
If you’ll start today (not tomorrow), and continue doing it for the next 8 weeks, you’ll be surprised of the progresses you’ll make.
Trust me, there’s nothing better than taking care of yourself. And it’s never too late to start doing it!
The Iron You