What can you do when you don’t have time to exercise?

“To be successful you have to be selfish, or else you never achieve.And once you get to your highest level, then you have to be unselfish.  Stay reachable. Stay in touch. Don’t isolate.” That’s a quote from Micheal Jordon – greatest basketball player of all time.

Being active should be integrated into your daily routine. It should exist as if it was simply routine, like brushing your teeth. You can achieve health and fitness by exercising for just 30 minutes a day. That’s 30 minutes in total, in your home or a gym. The best way to exercise in 30 minutes and get a total body workout is to perform circuit training, which is simply going from one exercise to the next without rest at a challenging pace.

You also need to stop interruptions and delegate a task  to your inner being. To do this, it is very important that you create a goal for yourself and write it down. There is always time, if you include your goal or objective in your personal statement of health and fitness.

You Can dedicate 30 minutes to improving your health, longevity and fitness! you Can  dedicate 30 minutes to joy, love, enthusiasm,belief and optimism.

Exercise is an investment in your future, it’s a deposit you make to day on your long-term health.  And the more you contribute today in the now, the longer you will be able to continue making withdrawals.

(The more time you take to spend on yourself now through diet, nutrition, health and exercise the longer you may have to continue making these choices.

Exercise raises your emotional set point.  If your feeling bad, trust me exercise will raise your emotions and make you feel good. Take that 30 minutes and feel good, in the true sense of the word.

When you think that you don’t have time to exercise,  repeat these phrases out loud.

I want to return to my ideal body weight.. because I feel best when I’m at that weight, because I’ll be able to wear clothes that compliment my body shape nicely.

I want to feel strong and fit. Because I love the feeling of stamina, because I love having the energy to do all of the things I want to do Because it just feels good to feel good!

When you become consistent in exercise, you will give easy attention to it, because it’s human nature to give attention to what feels good.

Rob Lagana

Coach and Founder at Lagana Fitness
One of the Best, Most Established Online Personal Trainers in the Country

Whether you’re set on shedding a few pounds, preparing for a competition, or putting your health back on track, you need a knowledgeable professional you can trust to guide you every crucial step of the way. Above all, you need a passionate individual who regards your success as their own.

This is where I come in: Hi, my name is Rob Lagana, and as a fitness coach and accomplished competitive bodybuilder with over two decades of experience, I’m on a mission to turn your fitness and wellness goals into reality. Both results-driven and compassionate, I provide all our clients with a personalized experience and specially tailored workout routines and meal plans. I also firmly believe in fitness being fun; I’ve never been an all work, no play kind of guy.

Growing up, I faced some hardship due to the ocular albinism I was born with (a condition that leaves me legally blind for life). However, that didn’t stop me from becoming a successful competitive bodybuilder, which ultimately inspired me to help others achieve happiness, confidence, and overall wellness in their own lives.

In addition to training consistently and assisting my valued clients, I’m currently writing a book entitled “Totally Healthy,” which offers tried-and-true tips and tricks to fat loss and toning up by harnessing a balanced holistic approach.

With the right nutrition and exercise regimen that is unique to you and your needs, anything is possible! Add positivity, empowerment, support, and a holistic approach to the mix, and you’re well on your way to paving the road to longevity. Let’s begin your journey together! Reach out to me today.

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