It's only Time, time after all...

“I don’t have time to work out”

“I don’t have time to cook”

“I can’t afford a gym membership”

 

I’m going to be a little intense with some logical conviction today, but it’s because I love you.

(Love isn’t just making people feel good, love is often hard truths and punishments, but that’s another topic)


I don’t throw the term “love” around lightly. But I digress…

 

In the almost 20 years of training people, the single biggest excuse I’ve heard as to why someone cannot train or eat healthy is “I just don’t have the time”.

We don’t have any time. We make time.

We all possess 24 hours in a day.

You. Me. Richard Branson. Rich Froning. Elon Musk.

There are 168 hours in a calendar week.

If you work 8 hours a day, that’s 40 hours a week.
If you sleep 8.5 hours a night (and I know you aren’t getting that much), that’s another 59.5 hours

Travel to and from work- 1 hour a day/ 7 hours a week

If you take 3 hours of leisure time per day, that’s 21 hours a week

If you have kids like I do, that’s another 3.5 hours a day on the front and back end, for a 24.5 hourly cost per week.

This is a grand total of 152 hours a week.

You still have 16 hours a week to train and cook. If you spend 5 hours a week working out (which is ALL I personally devote) and another 5 on cooking and meal prep, you still have 6 hours left to do whatever.

Our entire system is modeled to give you the best HOUR of your day, with the minimum effective dose to maximize your health and wellness.

Excuses are always bad if your true goal is to attain health and fitness or financial security. It doesn’t ever matter what they actually are, an excuse is just a justification for failure.

YOU are better than that. No excuses. Let’s get to training!

Yours in Love and Health,

Evan Derv

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