Everyone is granted 168 hours each week.

In any given week, some of us are able to stay on top of all our responsibilities and simultaneously improve body composition, get strong and fit.

Yet others cannot find the time.

Do the former have a smaller work load?

Less family commitments?

More money and resources? 

Quite the opposite. They often have high pressure careers, run their own businesses on top of looking after a family.

80% of the potential new clients I speak to tell me they truly want to make a change and I believe them.

The problem is, the story they tell themselves is

“I don’t have enough time.”

Has your health and fitness taken a hit because of poor time management? 

Are you sick of making the time excuse? 

The majority of my clients training at the gym currently were just like that when we first met. Yet now they train 4-5 times per week consistently. 

When starting at CrossFit Volume the client needs to change the dialogue they have with themselves. It is about telling themselves a new story. This is where I provide the majority of my coaching. Sometimes is means going through scheduling exercises but it mainly comes down to mindset.

Hear it yourself from our very own, Kellie Stuart.

“Thank you for believing in me when I never believed in myself, you never gave up on me and showed me how to find the time for myself”

and

John Kastellorios.

Although it goes against most clients’ wishes, starting out you have to commit to less sessions than you’d like. 

Normally when someone convinces themselves to start a new fitness regime  they immediately envision themselves going from absolutely no training to 2 hours per day 6 days a week. 

It is unrealistic. 

Starting slow and building up is the key to consistent, long term results and a sustainable routine.

We know you deserve the 4 hours out of the 168 hours per week to train, feel good, look good and love longer. 

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