Be Fit Fit! blogger Magdalena Romanska writes about fitness-related topics from some healthy ideas for a breakfast, why is it good to take that daily walk, weight train, pick up those kettle bells, inspiring exercises.
The word “diet” implies restriction, discomfort, a notion of temporariness and, in general, it sucks.
It is important how we choose to react to what is going on and if we remain friendly, caring, and loving throughout. During uncertain times, we see more of both the hostility and the caring attitude, of the me-not-you approach and the opposites of ow we can be helpful and supporting to each other.
You often address me “Miss Fit-Fit” – stemming directly from the name of my business, the Be Fit Fit Studio in the Village of Oak Creek. When my clients see a doctor (or just complain to their significant other), they would often report back to me that they shared with the doctor/partner/friend what “Miss Fit-Fit” does to them during their training/torture sessions with me.
In the fitness-related field, you might observe excessive preoccupation with training or with the amount of time spent at the gym. You might also notice almost obsessive fixation on any type of diets/cleanses/quality and quantity of foods consumed.
Women and lifting weights do not mix at all. You shouldn’t even try it. Or if you must, do more reps using light weights so you don’t even break a sweat. And do not forget, it is not good for ladies to squat. Leave all that to the other gender; they are just better at it …
The difference was major, at least from my Mommy-On-Duty perspective. I went in there with my 16-year-old daughter, Amaya. Few days earlier, both of us decided to do it. You know, she had been preparing for the Grand Canyon Rim-To-Rim with her school, our beloved VVS, which is to happen in May this year. She kept hiking around the Baldwin Trail three times at a time with her friends, in circles. Or the Hiline slopes.