Not every client I work with has the desire to train or exercise in a traditional gym facility which is not a problem at all. I believe that we can achieve health goals in a variety of ways, some may take longer than others but the goal being attained and enjoying the journey, learning and so on are just as important as the time it takes.
At the beginning of any new endeavour or change to the usual routine, it’s understandable that things will be rough. Having a desire to change something that isn’t working is a great step to making the changes many people will never face-up-to. Seeing the goal is the easy part, you may be reminded of the goal just by stepping outside your home, walking down the street and looking at all the fit and healthy people that make this look so easy. The reality is far from that if you were to ask many of those people, they have hard days and soar days, they make bad meal choices and run low on motivation as anyone does.