More often than not, half the people asking already know the answers to their questions. How can I maintain a steady workout schedule when I'm so busy during the day? How do I eat healthy when all I want is junk food all the time? How do I find the motivation to go for a run when I'm just a naturally lazy person? You know all the answers to these questions. You just don't want to be right about them.
You either eat an apple or you cut yourself a piece of cheesecake. You go for that morning jog or you sleep in. You make meal preps or you pop that TV dinner in the microwave. You either go to the gym or you don't. You either take that spin class or you don't. You either workout or you don't. It's really as simple as that. Sometimes if you take a moment and stop with the questions and all the excuses, you may find yourself in another place than you were the previous day.
Instead of saying:
"I can't do it."
"I'm not strong enough."
"I'm not good enough."
"I'm going to fail."
"I can do this."
"I am strong enough."
"I am good enough."
"I will succeed no matter what."
Fitness and healthy eating has never been this huge, magical mystery. It's all about getting off your ass and making some life altering decisions. So, stop asking questions you already know the answers to. Stop reading about the latest workout craze. Stop testing the most recent weight loss pill on the market. Stop doubting yourself and try being stronger than your strongest excuse.