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Digital Subscriptions > Attitude > 298 > SKIP THROUGH THE EXCUSES


More and more of us are embracing an active gym lifestyle — but even the best of us have moments when we can’t face going. We’ll fix that…


Photography Markus Bidaux

We are all guilty of skipping the gym now and then, and the excuses we come up with range from the perfectly reasonable to the pretty outlandish. In an eff ort to understand exactly what leads us to avoid workouts, the fitness review website recently surveyed a total of 1,000 men and women. Here are the three main reasons respondents gave, and some easy fixes for each…


No one likes to feel inadequate or uncomfortable, and not knowing what to do at the gym is the top reason given for skipping sessions. The fix: as a prime minister once said — education, education, education! If you do your research, your training can be something you really enjoy. If you want help, every gym has staff who are there to explain anything you need to know. It’s intimidating sometimes but the rewards can be endless, physically and mentally.

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