I like to keep things simple. Staying fit and healthy when you’re a middle aged woman is no easy task — even those of us who follow a good nutritional and exercise program have problems figuring things out. Sometimes I like to mix things up but there are some rules I always adhere to.Read More
women over 50
You can have a fridge packed with healthy food, a gym schedule planned out and the best intentions in the world, but if you aren’t motivated and in a positive mindset, you’ll have an extremely difficult – and likely unsuccessful – time practicing a healthy lifestyle.
The fitness industry as a whole has painted a picture of what it means to be fit, and that includes being peppy and enthusiastic all of the time. While it’s great to be high-energy, it does not come naturally to many of us – men or women – and that’s okay!Read More
If you are truly committed to making changes, here is a simple plan on how women over fifty can meet goals in the new year. Every January 1 it seems like the same old story: a new year means new resolutions. The problem is that making changes needs an action plan, not just end goals. “I want to lose weight,” “I want to stop smoking,” and “I want to get fit” are three of the most popular resolutions made by women over fifty. The question becomes: how do you plan on achieving these goals? Instead of making resolutions, I make a “to do” list that will aide me in achieving a desired result.Read More
There are certain concerns women ask me about all the time. “How do I firm up now that I’m over fifty?” is the question I’m asked the most. My answer is simple: move and eat well. Of course it is a little more involved, but the bottom line is that’s what we need to do if we want to be firm and fit after fifty.Read More
HOW TO GET OUT OF YOUR OWN WAY & SUCCEED!
Are you guilty of self sabotage? Are you one of those women who want to improve their health, set goals and then fail miserably at keeping on track? Do you wonder what’s wrong with you that you can’t seem to meet any goal you set? The reasons for self sabotage could fill a book but let’s concentrate instead on actions that can improve success.Read More