Absolutely I agree that faith is stronger than fear. I also understand that faith goes beyond praying and sometimes praying is not enough.
Not everyone reading this is a Christian and that is ok because spirituality comes in many different forms and levels…and spirituality is a connection that is unique to each of us. No matter who or what you believe in, praying for a desired outcome is not enough. If you are not spiritual, wishing and wanting something to happen is certainly not enough either. I’ve had this conversation with a handful of my clients and friends and recently, it came up again but this time I feel compelled to speak out about it.
The heat is on...the mercury is rising and so is the desire to be in a bikini and feel like a hot mama. Mother’s everywhere know what it’s like to be too busy to blink. They are searching for balance between family and work. Some are still in college while others are trying to excel in their career or manage their own business. Most likely, all would love to feel fit, fabulous and I dare say, like a hot mama. What better time than summertime to make that happen? If you are a mom with kids that still live at home, your schedule is about to shift somewhat because soon, the kids will be on summer break. At first it may seem impossible to devote time to your health, fitness and wellness with the kids being at home more, but that is exactly why it is the best time. Taking advantage of the less stringent schedule will give you more time to lay down a solid foundation of healthy habits for you and your family, before the school year ramps up again.
One of the most important aspects of living the healthy lifestyle, for the long haul, is to train smart. With all the ‘fitspo’ flooding the internet it’s easy to feel like a failure when we miss a workout or two. One scroll down your newsfeed has enough motivation to make you feel like you can become a fitness model over night. I mean if ‘they’ are all doing it, why can’t you? Why do you do good for a period of time but then regress? The simple answer is, it doesn’t happen over night, it happens over time and most importantly, it happens with a smart plan. You don’t need anymore motivation, what you need is to train smarter. What does ‘train smart’ mean anyway? Training smart doesn’t mean you must train harder, or train longer...it means your plan has to strike a healthy balance with nutrition, exercise, sleep and emotional wellness; so that you can build a fit healthy body...for the long haul.
It was Liza’s personal journey of getting fit after having two children that led her to switch careers and become an internationally recognized Certified Fitness, Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach to women across the country. She understands first-hand the struggles and challenges that women, especially moms, face in the quest of a healthier way of life. Her drive and discipline propelled her over “life’s” obstacles and she has accomplished more than she ever thought possible.