The Strong Woman

Encouraging Women in their pursuit to get STRONG spiritually & physically through fitness, nutrition & supplementation so we can impact our world and leave a legacy!

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  1. Let me introduce you to someone...
    28 Jul, 2016
    Let me introduce you to someone...
    YOU! Imagine yourself 20 years from now. Go ahead-close your eyes and see who you've become. What do you look like? What clothes are you wearing? What are your priorities? What do you like to do in your free time? Who are you with? What do you do for a living?  Now, let that future self mentor you today.  What would she tell you to do today? What would your future self tell you to eat TODAY? Would she recommend you go for a walk? Exercise? Go to bed earlier? Eat healthier? Go after your dream
  2. You will or you won't
    26 Jul, 2016
    You will or you won't
    There's just a big difference between the words: "I will" and "I won't" So which is it for you when it comes to making your fitness, health & nutrition a priority in your life? It's one or the other! It's either "I won't make it a priority!" (not, "I'll start tomorrow", or, "I know I should but it's so hard"....whaaaaa!!) Nope, if you have that mind set then you are saying "I won't today!" I won't eat healthy. I won't workout. I won't sleep at least 7 hours. I won't take my vitamins. I won't
  3. Motivation vs Inspiration
    01 Jul, 2016
    Motivation vs Inspiration
    Motivation-something that is outside of ourselves that we use to get us going.  Examples would be getting new running shoes, workout clothes, or signing up for another race to get us motivated to workout. Inspiration-comes from inside of us.  It's something we read or think about that gets us inspired to get up and move, make health a priority and stay the course. Both Motivation & Inspiration are important and have a place in our lifestyles of living healthy & fit forever!   So go buy you
  4. Exercise Is A Privilege!
    01 Apr, 2016
    Exercise Is A Privilege!
    We often think of exercise as something that's not fun, hard, and a drudge. What if we changed our thinking and realized it's a privilege many unable bodies are denied, and focused too on all the reasons we love exercise!!  We feel better We never regret doing it We are stronger We have less pain We have more energy We have more happiness  We work out our frustrations We believe more in ourselves We begin the day feeling accomplished We age better We decrease our risk for disease We increase

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