I believe that every woman is a beautiful being. Created perfectly, complete with flaws unique only to her. By empowering the beauty within us, we embrace our unique beauty, we celebrate our power, and we allow ourselves to become significant.
For some women, it is easy for them to make changes in their lives. For others, it is not so simple. Years of negative self-talk, low self esteem or always placing others needs above their own, can put these women at risk for achieving less than their potential.
That’s one reason that keeping the journal for 90 days is the key to success with this program. Keeping a journal is an important step in women’s fitness. Because it has been proven time after time that people who keep a journal of what they eat, drink and how much they exercise, have a far greater chance at success than those who don’t.
You know you were meant for something special in this life. An achiever, a believer, you are the one who makes sure things get done. Take pride in your accomplishments, treat yourself to a healthy diet and fitness plan, and not only will your body improve but every part of your life will reap benefits.
Empower your beauty by investing in as little as 30 minutes of exercise each day. A bit of strength training, corresponded by fun activities can whip your fitness regimen in shape to give you the body that you deserve. Don’t put it off another minute; get started doing something that’s personally for you.
Start by writing down your goals before you begin your program. Record everything from your current size to the size you want to be. Make the decision to eat foods that you like but that have sound nutritional value. Fitness4Her makes a women’s fitness goals easy by offering sample meals that are low in fat and high in vitamins and nutrients.
Be sure to participate in strength training exercises at least 3 times a week, for 30 minutes or more each time. Mix your strength training up, by working on different areas of your body. The other 3 days of the week––just go out and have fun for at least 30 minutes at a time. Now that shouldn’t be hard, should it?
What about that one other day of the week? I want you to take that day off and get some rest. Yes, rest that beautiful body; rest your body and mind for complete rejuvenation.
You’ll begin to see positive results in nearly every aspect of your life. You’re already taking the first step. Share your journey with us. We’re interested in your comments.
~ Karen Ficarelli
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