Diet, exercise and journaling are the three main components to the Fitness4Her women’s fitness program. Each of these plays a major part in helping women look and feel their very best. The good news is that women’s fitness is easily attainable and all it takes is learning to make a habit out of good choices and healthy behaviors.
You may have heard of journaling, or even tried it to some degree, but maybe you just couldn’t get into it. Maybe you have trouble thinking of what to write and can’t see the benefit of spending time writing when you could be doing something much more fun. If those are some of the things keeping you from journaling, you probably have never done it for any prolonged length of time. But did you know that successful Journaling could be as simple as just forming a habit?
Most women have habits, both good and bad. Habits are easily formed when the same behavior is repeated over and over. The brain begins to form an easy pattern for the behavior and after a short while it seems natural to repeat the actions. The habit of journaling is easy to form and what makes it so great is that journaling frees your mind for other tasks at hand.
When you learn how to make journaling a part of your life, you will liberate your mind to think new thoughts and generate new ideas. Once you release it from the confines of the same old thoughts bouncing around in your head, you give your brain the power to move forward. As you read your thoughts and goals on paper, you will begin to think of what you want next, how you will bring your goals to reality, and look forward to charting your achievements.
Maintaining a fitness journal will help you to successfully lose weight and get in shape. If you will write down everything you eat and drink, and all of the exercises that you do and how much time you spend doing them, you will be successful in your women’s fitness program.
Set the goal, believe it, and achieve it. Sound too easy? Journaling will help you bring it to reality. Of course you will need to make changes in your diet, you will need to exercise at least 30 minutes each day, you will need rest and rejuvenation time for your body and the journal will keep you focused on these goals.