You know that exercise is good for you.
Studies show it makes you think kind thoughts about yourself, puts you in an awesome mood, helps you feel less stressed, and gives you more energy.
But I don’t need to tell you that. You know this. And you know – especially as a mom – how important all these positive benefits are.
But according to some research, only 56% of women exercise once a week or more.
Add to that the fact that 43% of women say they skip exercise when they’re stressed and you’ve got a whole lotta ladies not benefiting from all the physical, emotional and mental goodies that exercise has to offer.
If you’re one of these women, I get it.
Mom life is crazy busy, super stressful and totally unpredictable.
You have 532 things to do that seem so much more important than hitting the gym (and you have all sorts of wobbly bits that didn’t used to be there so putting on tight workout clothes can make you feel uncomfortable about your body).
So what can you do?
You know you should exercise. You know you want to exercise. You know you can get all sorts of great benefits from exercise. So how can you make sure you actually get at least 2 or 3 workouts in a week?
You take a page out of the Fit Mama Manual.