This is for you, Moms. Actually, whether you are a mom or not, this is for all the women out there who feel trapped in a cycle of, “One day, I am going to eat healthy, exercise, and really take care of myself.”
I know that it is hard to find time to focus on you. And when you finally do take some time for yourself, you probably have a vague sense of guilt – that there are other things more worthy of your time, effort, or sacrifice.
You put others first. I find that most women do.
Neglecting yourself is not good for you, and it’s definitely not good for the people who depend on you. The only way you can keep attending to your many responsibilities and joys is if your health is optimum. Once your health starts declining, you will have no choice but to focus on yourself. Wouldn’t you rather do it now and know what it feels like to be fit and full of energy and still be there for those people who depend on you?
It’s hard to start.
Frankly, it’s probably the hardest part.
It may be hard because you’ve ‘started’ before and failed. That doesn’t matter anymore. You are not doing it alone this time. I am here to walk with you every step of the way. We’re looking forward, not backward.
It may be hard because you have no idea where you will find the time to exercise. I’ll help you with that too. That’s what I do!
It may be hard because changing lifelong patterns seems completely undesirable right now. I’ve been there, too. The amazing thing is that once you get a taste of the energy and vitality that eating well and exercising regularly brings, you won’t look back.
Waiting is dangerous
The longer you wait to take your health seriously, the more damage you are doing to your body. There is only one way to slow down, stop and then reverse many of the effects of aging (whether you are 20 or 70 years old): sensible eating and consistent exercise. Well, that’s two, but they have to happen together.
- Do you want to avoid the ravages of heart disease (the number one killer of women)?
- Would you like to never experience the pain of a fractured, osteoporotic bone?
- Do lowering your blood pressure, strengthening your knees and reducing aches and pains sound attractive to you?
You’ve dreamed about it long enough. Make this Mother’s Day the beginning of a new chapter in your life. Thousands of women just like you are doing it. And I want to help you do it. Be strong, vibrant, fit, and full of energy. It’s time to start.