Have you started training but failed to stay committed to working out? Are you waiting to start exercising until your kids are grown or until you have more time? Or maybe you just don’t love working out with all the people at the gym?
The truth is exercising without a guide is a challenge. But we’re going to change that!
Stay Committed to Working Out
If you’re like most people, you’re unmotivated to start training. You keep thinking to yourself- “I’ll probably have time later when I’m older.” Or that you can do it after your work or when your travel commitments calm down. Maybe you have a habit of the “I’ll start tomorrow” mindset. But, we all know, that tomorrow is the new “never!”
In today’s episode, I’m joined by my client Debbie, who started her fitness training journey with me more than a year ago, has lost more than 25 pounds, and hasn’t stopped since! She’ll share with us her fitness training journey and words of wisdom about why training just the body is not enough; you also need to nourish your soul and mind!
Start your fitness journey with a commitment to God
You deserve to feel fantastic! So get off the couch and get your body moving.
This episode will take you through the steps to start your fitness journey with a commitment to lifestyle and God! It’ll help you set your goals and transform your body in a way that you can be proud of for life.
Ladies, you can do this! Tune in (above) to hear this episode.
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