Getting Started: Fit and fabulous with Style!

I don’t know how you are feeling, but I don’t like starting new fitness routines because it’s not a routine yet.  So, I have devised ways of getting myself into the mood to work.

#1.  Look good.  I always like to look my best and going the gym should be no exception.  So, put on your best workout attire, some mascara and put your hair in a nice upsweep for a feminine tough.  That way when you are sweatin’ to the oldies, you’ll look great!

#2. Reward yourself for getting started.  Go out and give yourself a little indulgence to perk you up for the hard work that you will be putting yourself through.  I once knew a woman who bought herself a brand new Mazda Miata as her commitment to losing 150 pounds.  As she lost the weight she felt more comfortable in her car.  I won’t go that extreme so, I decided to get a set of acrylic nails.  They look great when I wrap them around a 10 pound dumb bell to do 15 reps in front of the mirror.

#3. Develop a reinforced habit.  After every workout I head to the coffee shop for a beverage to reward myself for taking care of my fitness requirements and you know what?  Whenever I drive past the cafe during the day on my way to pick up the kids to and from school, I’m reminded to go to the gym the next day.  It’s a stimulus that is helping to establish my fitness routine.

Today is a great time to get fit and fabulous and it’s always a little bit easier if you do it with style and reward yourself daily!  I’ll see you at gym!

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About nancytreder

Nancy is a communicator with more than 15 years of public relations and journalism experience. Her strengths and capabilities include: media relations and crisis communications; media coaching, speech writing and corporate photography. Nancy consults with entrepreneurs to develop their identity and increase internet media presence. Nancy earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in communications from the University of La Verne in La Verne, CA. She is a member of the Seattle Professional Photographers Association, a Marketing/PR educator and consultant for small businesses and holds the degree of Certified Professional Photographer from the Professional Photographers of America, a designation held by fewer than 2500 photographers worldwide. Nancy specializes in photographing children with special needs and is an on-call photographer for Soulumination, a non-profit which provides the gift of photography to families with children facing life-threatening illnesses. Nancy resides in Seattle and enjoys photographing her two boys and they grow and play.
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