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Top 5 EH excuses given.

21 05, 2018

No. 1: “I need to get in shape to come work out with you guys.”

By |2018-05-21T11:00:13-04:00May 21st, 2018||Comments Off on No. 1: “I need to get in shape to come work out with you guys.”

This is No. 1 with a bullet on the F3 Excuse Charts. The late Casey Kasem says so. And for a lot of guys it gives them all the wiggle room they need to take themselves off the hook. Because let’s be honest: There’s nothing you can do on your [...]

21 05, 2018

No. 2: “I already belong to a gym.”

By |2018-05-21T11:01:34-04:00May 21st, 2018||Comments Off on No. 2: “I already belong to a gym.”

Hey, that’s great. I bet it really rockets you out of bed every morning to think about another exciting day on the treadmill, headphones plugged in so you can listen to the SportsCenter anchors run through yet another rendition of “Hot or Cold? Brought to You by Miller Lite” while [...]

21 05, 2018

No. 3: “That’s too early to get up to work out. I’m really not a morning workout guy.”

By |2018-05-21T11:02:32-04:00May 21st, 2018||Comments Off on No. 3: “That’s too early to get up to work out. I’m really not a morning workout guy.”

Oh, yeah… I know you. You’re the Lunch Hour Workout Guy — until that 11 a.m. conference call runs long and you don’t have time to work out and get back for the 1:30 meeting, so you’ll have to run over to Chick-fil-A to grab some Fast Food That I [...]

21 05, 2018

No. 4: “I’m already working with a personal trainer.”

By |2018-05-21T11:03:15-04:00May 21st, 2018||Comments Off on No. 4: “I’m already working with a personal trainer.”

Yeah, I can tell. Really getting your money’s worth there, aren’t you? And you’re paying this guy or girl how much to count your reps and hold a clipboard? Did I mention the fourth F that comes after Fitness, Fellowship, and Faith? It’s called: Free. Dredd: Not every day? Surely, [...]

21 05, 2018

No. 5: “This sounds like some sort of cult.”

By |2018-05-21T11:04:03-04:00May 21st, 2018||Comments Off on No. 5: “This sounds like some sort of cult.”

Back when our father’s fathers ran the world, a bunch of men gathering at odd hours to engage in common effort for the common good and with an eye toward the larger improvement of the world around them and the raising up of men to be leaders was simply plain [...]