New Study Reveals Most Common Excuses We Use to Avoid Working Out

A new study has revealed the extreme excuses we use to avoid going to the gym. This is kinda funny. Here's more from the New York Post:

The survey, examining the exercise motivations of 2,000 Americans, unearthed what leads to exercise success or failure and the common — and creative — excuses to get out of going to the gym.

The results found that being too tired (63 percent), being too hot (39 percent), too cold (39 percent) or recently eating (31 percent) all made it into the top five.

Other frequent reasons were: being too busy at work, phone battery being low, gym clothes didn’t match and claims that picking up the kids qualifies as a workout.

Twenty-eight percent blamed not working out on its lack of fun while others complained about “getting too sweaty,” “never seeing results” and “feeling judged at the gym.”

I hate to admit it, but I have used some of these. What's the worst excuse you've ever had? You can read the full study from Peerfit by clicking HERE!

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