How many times have you started an exercise program only to quit a few weeks later? How many times have you started a diet and ended up fatter than before? How many times have you blamed yourself? How many times have you called yourself lazy? Let me let you in on a little secret:
You are not lazy!
You never have been. I don't believe in lazy people. Would you believe that in all of my years of being a personal trainer, I've never seen even one lazy person? It's true, and I am going to prove it to you.
I know what you are thinking.
You are thinking "Come on now. Are you telling me that every one of your clients is a highly motivated exercise fanaddict, who loves to work out?" No, I'm not saying that at all. I've trained people who whined about every rep. I've trained some of the biggest crybabies on earth. I've trained people who asked me if I could design an exercise routine in which every exercise could be done lying on the floor, so they wouldn't even have to stand up! Yet some of these same people worked 60 hour weeks, read the newspaper every day, took their kids to baseball practice three times a week, and went to Church every Sunday. That's not lazy! Let me tell you how I changed every one of these people into someone who - believe it or not - likes to exercise!
Let me ask you a question:
If I said "OK, I want you to come to my training studio tomorrow morning, at 3:30 am, and we are going to exercise," what would you say? Whoa, hold the profanity! OK, Let me re-phrase the question. If I said "I want you to come to my studio tomorrow at 3:30 am, and I am going to give you a check for two million dollars," what would you do? You'd be there at 2:00 wouldn't you.
So the problem with exercise is not motivation; it's a matter of having the time to do it, and knowing that you are going to get what you want out of it. We are the only personal training service I know of that both cuts down the time needed and guarantees you will get what you want.