Exercise and training programs can take some motivation and effort in order to make into a habit. Building such a habit out of exercising can be pretty difficult especially if you see it as just some other task that needs to be done. Looking at a fitness program this way can easily make one give up trying just before one has really started. In the course of the situation, excuses can be made not to exercise anymore.

The Hating Exercise Excuse: One of the most common excuses people make by not exercising is that they simply hate doing it. Exercise is simply finding something you enjoy that will raise your heart rate and get the body stronger. Exercise can be any fitness regimen that can range from the usual calisthenics to more enjoyable sporting activities.

There are certainly different forms of exercise and fitness programs that people would like. It helps to match up a kind of physical activity to one's own personality. For those who like the outdoors, going on a hike or biking around would be a worthwhile fitness activity. For those who like it simple, home fitness training, strength training, or just simply walking on a regular basis would do just as well.

The No Motivation Excuse: Doing exercises for some time now can really leave you feeling tired and stressed just as easily. Not having the right motivation can eventually make you feel bored with your workouts and keep doing them on a regular basis. And with boredom for company, it can be really hard to keep going. And hence, no motivation to do the exercise program regularly becomes the excuse.

In order to fight off boredom, it may be good to change your exercise routine every 4 to 6 weeks. Changes can mean trying out something new or just trying to change the intensity or duration of your exercises for variation. It is also important to remind yourself of your fitness goals and try to keep track of them. Rewarding yourself for a job well done can also be very effective to prevent becoming an unmotivated and bored fitness buff, if there is such a thing.

I Can't Afford Gym Membership Excuse: Some people believe that the only way to stay fit is by going to the gym. Just because they can't afford the membership, this gives them reason enough not to exercise. This can be quite a foolish excuse not to keep fit and staying in shape.

Getting fit does not necessarily require that one needs to go to the gym regularly. Getting fit is not always becoming a gym member. A fitness regimen can be done just about anywhere. What is important is by always trying to get the body to become physically active and giving it a regular workout.

There are many ways that this can be done. It can be as easy as just walking around the block everyday. You can also purchase exercise and training videos for guidance. Putting them in the DVD player and doing the exercises is something that you can do at home without ever having to spend your money for a gym membership in order to stay fit.

Author's Bio: 

Marc Ouellette Is A Certified Personal Trainer Through International Sports Sciences Association And Owner Of Personal Training Alliance LLC. My services include in-home and online personal training for all fitness levels. Go now to http://youtu.be/7j5M-Pn2cRIo and learn how to get results fast!