Women Fitness – Over 40

Women Fitness – Over 40

When I first started my fitness journey, I was in my mid-thirties. I had been a couch potato for a number of years. My weight was well over 200 lbs and my cholesterol level was very high. I was miserable and I felt like a failure. I knew that if I didn’t do something about it, I would die. So I began my journey to fitness. It was not an easy one. In fact, it was one of the most difficult things I have ever done. But I persevered and I am now at a healthy weight and my cholesterol levels are normal. I know that I can live a long life and I am determined to keep going until I reach my goal.

My Journey

I started out by joining a local gym and working out with the equipment there. The gym was small and crowded. There were other people who were just as out of shape as I was. We were all trying to get in shape but we were having a hard time. I was overweight and unfit and I was embarrassed by my lack of progress. I was also unhappy with the way I looked. I had gained a lot of weight and I was starting to look older than I really was. I hated myself and I was miserable.

I was looking for something different. Something that would give me the results that I wanted. I was sick of being a failure and I wanted to start living my life again. I found a program that offered a variety of different workouts and programs. I was able to work out at home and I could choose the programs that I liked best. The programs were challenging but they were also fun. I was able to work up a sweat without feeling like I was going to die. I loved the workouts and I was able to see results very quickly. I lost weight and I was able to feel good about myself again. I was able to be happy and I was able to stop feeling so bad about myself.

Now I workout three times a week. I use my own equipment and I enjoy my workouts. I have made some friends and I feel good about myself. I am in better shape than I was when I was thirty. I know that I will continue to improve my fitness as I age. I am going to stay fit and I am going to stay healthy.

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About the Author: Charlotte J. Rice