I wish I could say, “No more comments on my hair or clothes!” but I can’t. It’s part of what makes sports amazing, the community. Like any great sport, it requires a lifelong dedication to fitness and health. So now that I’m an adult, both physically and mentally strong enough to share my journey with others, why shouldn’t I? Why should other women–any woman–have to go through this alone?
I was lucky enough to have someone in my life who supported me throughout these entire fitness-y years. But guess what…that’s not always the case for all of us! Especially since so many women hate their bodies after marriage, kids, childbirth etc., finding the right support at home is essential. To help you out with finding ways to motivate yourself beyond your partner or friends or even mommy forum messages here are some things that have worked for me:
1) Join a gym. If possible take your spouse along with you so you don’t feel like you’re being judged for being eccentric AF by fellow members just because they think Crossfit is cool! You’ll finally be able to do exactly what you want without having anyone saying “ohhh but baby watch her die” (also pretty much guaranteed if you join flabby moms!) Be careful though; make sure whatever gym has potential before signing up — consider places like YMCA first which provides lots of classes for less $$ than typical gyms which might exclude teamwork
How To Get Ready To Join A Crossfit Gym?
If you’re thinking of joining a new fitness gym, there are a few things you should consider. Firstly, if you want to get fit and healthy then it is essential that you look for quality over quantity. Remember that the initial cost of joining will be offset by your regular membership fees after a while. Therefore, it is worth investing in good equipment such as rowing machines and free weights which help keep the costs down; also make sure you ask about their training packages before committing yourself to anything. When picking your new place to train either phone around or visit some different sports clubs and inquire about any discounted offers like member discounts on their training programs for newcomers and birthday discount cards too! It is sensible but not something we always do! So when looking at fitness centers, don’t just stop when you see one with lots of weight equipment because this may lead to an expensive gym membership when they add up all the things that aren’t included in their program including supplements or personal trainers. HERE IS HOW I GOT PREPARED FOR CROSSFIT:*
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