7 Solutions to Common Fitness Excuses

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#1 Solution to the most common fitness excuses:

“I don’t have time to exercise.”

7 Solutions to the Most Common Fitness Excuses

Modern lifestyles in 2022 are full of busy schedules. Finding time or more accurately, making time, is a challenge you might face.

That is where Bullworker comes in. Literally 7 seconds is all it takes per exercise. You can have a total body workout in a matter of a few minutes.

Not Kidding, studies prove it!

We are the best fitness equipment you can own if for nothing else other than practicality. We strive to make fitness simple and convenient. We design routines fit for your lifestyle with no setup and quick exercise routines that are easy on your schedule. 

Regardless of what you choose, I am willing to bet you can find time (make time) to do things you enjoy. Making time for your health and wellness is no different. You might find you enjoy the movement and at the very least, increased energy, boosted mood, and strength gains making you better at the things you love.

Do You Watch TV?

If you find yourself watching TV you can accomplish two things at once. Try using your Bullworker during your favorite shows, it’s rather simple.

Trust me for one week, after that, you can decide. Make time for yourself to enjoy 15-30 minutes of fitness activity five days of your next seven. Only 15-30 minutes is all it takes to drastically improve your health, quality of life, and fitness levels. Simple as that and after the week, you can choose whether the habit sticks around or not.

Break it Up?

If your schedule makes it difficult, break up your routine. We have broken up some routines for you here so you can workout at work or throughout your day. You will find you do not miss anything but actually become more present and productive.

Not sure where to start?

There are many options to exercise conveniently with no equipment take a walk, run, stretching session, or body weight training.

#2 Solution to the most common fitness excuses:

“Fitness is too Expensive.”

7 Solutions to the Most Common Fitness Excuses

A gym membership might be out of your budget, too far away, or not your style.

That is ok, there are plenty of ways to stay in shape and enjoy a high quality of life by finding fitness activity outside of the gym.

In other words, there are many opportunities for convenient fitness routines which do not require you to go to the gym. You have affordable options at home or nearby.

As mentioned earlier, walking, running, bodyweight training, and stretching are all free options that really do work. Bonus: your nearby park likely has a circuit of opportunities for convenient fitness options.

Home exercise equipment can be affordable as well. There are a number of options out there, some good and some not so much. Bullworker product(s) give you all the tools to achieve various fitness goals whether you want more flexibility and tension relief, muscle strength, range of motion/mobility, and even cardio.

We make the decision easy with our risk free 90-day money back guarantee. For as little as $24.99 you can achieve total body fitness using the Iso-Bow or if you really want to transform yourself an entire cross training fitness system with the Power Pack for under $500. Do not let the excuse of no gym or expensive equipment limit your quality of life, make the decision for yourself today, you will not regret it. We promise.

#3 Solution to the most common fitness excuses:

“I don’t know how to exercise.”

7 Solutions to the Most Common Fitness Excuses

I am sure you did not know how to do many things before you tried. In fact, you have likely tried many things that you found to be much easier than expected and may have even found you have a natural talent.

Fitness is simple, not complex and difficult. You can find many resources online to point you in the right direction. You can even find routines to follow along online for free.

There are plenty of fitness groups and companies that are happy to help you with tips or you can even hire a personal trainer. You likely have a friend who is active. They might already be encouraging you to join them. Say yes to the next offer.

The excuse of not knowing how to exercise is no longer valid.

There are many options for all fitness levels that solve the excuse of unfamiliarity or not “knowing how to exercise”.

Bullworker is always happy to lend advice and help in any way we can. We are happy to answer any questions you have and help you start your journey. We specifically create guided routines for all levels of fitness and goals. Find a fitness opportunity that fits your goals and get going, your body will thank you.

#4 Solution to the most common fitness excuses:

“I’m too tired to exercise.”

Answers to all of your fitness excuses

Life is demanding but do not let “life” control your life. Your body is designed to move and be active. Fitness activity has been shown to improve energy levels and boost your mood.

I heard a great quote recently, “Movement creates energy and energy creates more movement so keep moving.” Start small, 5-10 minutes is good enough to increase energy levels and sooner than later you will be breezing through 15-30 minutes of fitness activity.

Your Time

Experiment and find out what works for you. You might enjoy the increased circulation and energy boost of exercise first thing in the morning to set yourself up for a productive day, a mid-day break, or an evening wind down.

Unfortunate Truth

For some this might be a hard pill to swallow, the lazier you are the lazier you will feel is unfortunately true. If you sit around and have the mindset of being exhausted, you will feel exhausted and be less productive. But there is a simple fix, a few minutes of daily activity and the benefits of a new mindset and energy boost will have you ready for more.

#5 Solution to the most common fitness excuses:

“Exercise is Boring”

Make Exercise Fun

There are plenty of ways to get your body moving and be doing things you enjoy. Find a hobby like cycling, gardening, skating, dancing, or a sporting activity you have been wanting to try.

Meet someone new or spend time with people you enjoy

Fitness activities are a great way to meet someone new. This gives you an opportunity to find something in common with someone else. You may just find a new friend that really adds to your life.

A partner is nice to hold each other accountable, share knowledge, and push each other. Make sure to stick with a dedicated partner with a positive attitude. If you cannot find the motivation alone then look into classes or group activities for excellent motivators.

Mix it up

Nothing is permanent. Give opportunities a try and move on to the next if you do not like it. Try changing up routines, equipment, or scenery.

#6 Solution to the most common fitness excuses:

“I don’t like exercise, I am too old, it hurts.”

Low Impact Exercise and Fitness

Some people do not like exercise, I get it. Is it the sweat, the effort, or something else? There is always a solution. If you prefer not to sweat, try swimming or indoor options with air conditioning. Is it the effort? Try a fun activity. Activities are an excellent way to disguise your fitness routine as a fun part of your day.

I am too old

As you age you begin to lose bone density and muscle mass. If you do not get enough physical exercise, you accelerate this process known as osteoporosis. Therefore, as you age, it is even more of a reason to make time to exercise. 15-30 minutes a day can help reduce or even reverse this phenomenon giving you a longer and more joyful life.

Exercise is painful

Have you ever thought lack of fitness activity is a cause for your pain? Sometimes lack of flexibility or tight muscles create pain. Simple stretching can release tension in primary muscles which in return release tension on your joints and skeletal structure relieving pain.

Low Impact

Low impact options like swimming or Bullworker are effective strength training and forms of exercise that are easier on your joints. Finding low impact methods decrease the wear and tear on your body and can be a sustainable option for you.

Arthritis and joint pain

Arthritis and joint pain can make muscle strengthening movements difficult, but have you heard of isometrics? Isometrics are the fastest way to build strength and are practiced by doctors and physical therapists around the world. Isometric exercises require minimal movements of your joints. Therefore, you can strengthen your joints and muscles without the pain but still reap the benefits of exercise.

#7 Solution to the most common fitness excuses:

“I have tried before”

7 Solutions to the Most Common Fitness Excuses

I understand it can be difficult when you lose momentum and stopped your previous efforts. I have been there. Your health and wellness is a journey and the only thing you have control of is today. Start with a different mindset and strategy. Setting goals and starting small will give you the little wins that build your motivation and keep you charging forward. Rather than committing to the year, try committing to the week. You can do anything for a week. Create a log and share it with a friend, accountability is a great motivator. As you accomplish your smaller goals, create new ones.

Bonus Solution:

“I have kids”

Low impact leg exercises

What a great excuse to spend more time with your kids. Kids these days are not getting enough exercise but kids have plenty of energy to burn. Kids can turn into great motivators for you to become more active, make activities incredibly fun, and can even help you create a bond that wasn’t there to begin with. Kids love games, join in on some fun activities they like and experience the benefits and spend quality time with your children. A win-win!


The time is now and you are going to thank yourself soon. Don’t let excuses get the better of you and keep you from reaching your goals. Focus instead on the benefits you will get from engaging in a regular exercise routine. You will be thankful you ditched the excuses in the end. We hope you see these solutions as an opportunity to embark on your fitness journey and are here for your success. 

Let us know if you have any questions and if you enjoyed the read please pass the motivation along to your friends and family.


Keep Charging!