Are you interested in reducing your waistline, losing some weight and becoming a thinner version of yourself? You might be interested to know that reaching your desired women’s fitness goals is only a pen and journal away. That’s because it has been proven that those women who keep a journal of everything that they eat and drink and all of their activities have a greater chance of success than those who do not.
Fitness Blog / Archives for October, 2011
If you are having trouble staying inspired to exercise, maybe the problem is not with you but with your current fitness plan. Women have different needs than men that’s because a woman’s body is different than a man’s. Exercises, diets and supplements that work for men may not perform as well with a woman’s body. She needs a fitness program designed for her.
A nicely shaped butt looks great in jeans and tight skirts, and it is the lasting impression you leave behind as you walk away. Women’s butts come in a variety of sizes and shapes, some are meatier than others, some look perky, while others appear tired and flat. The good news is that exercise can help you sculpt a beautiful butt.
Every morning when I arise, I start my day with affirmations. These positive declarations help to train my brain, much like exercise trains my muscles. And just like a well-toned muscle, this mental exercise trains my brain for success.
For most of us, there is some sort of awakening that causes us to make a significant change in the way we eat. Whether it is a health issue or that we want to gain or lose weight, we start looking at what we are eating as the possible starting point of our transformation. We are convinced that this time it will be different.
This is a family favorite that I lovingly named after my son, Ricky. It could be called Sneaky Tiki dressing because of the clever substitution of yogurt in place of sour cream. The pineapple and vanilla yogurt make it nice and sweet, or if you prefer a less sweetened version, opt for plain yogurt instead of vanilla flavored.
If you have ever experienced the feeling that fitness is getting in the way of your family time or vice versa, then perhaps the best thing to do is to combine the two. When you participate in a fitness program with your mom, sister or adult daughter, the two of you have the opportunity to spend quality time together and share in a common goal.