Are you ready to K.I.S.S. Off those extra pounds? Getting fit and strong does not have to be hard. My K.I.S.S.(Keep It Simple Sweetie) Off The Pounds Exercise Program gives you a simple routine to follow.
There are 4 parts of a successful weight loss program. They are: 1) make a plan; 2) be consistent; 3) set short term and long term goals; 4) get support.
Together we develop a plan that works for you. Your plan will include strength training, cardio, ab and core work and stretching. This is a routine that will work every part of your body and give you the results you want!
Consistency brings results. It doesnt matter whether you do 15 minutes a day or more than an hour. You need to get in your exercise at least 5 days a week.
Setting short term and long term goals will help you to feel successful and keep you motivated. Short term goals can be as simple as 20 minutes of exercise 5 days a week. Long term goals can be a weight loss target, fitting into a particular outfit or size.
Your goals will work better if they are what will make you happy and motivate you to keep going!
Let all of your family and friends know that you want to be healthier and fit and need their support. Family and friends can be part of your workouts too. Make exercise dates instead of dinner dates.
Finally, reward yourself for your hard work. Just make sure your reward is not food based. Buy yourself new exercise clothes, get a manicure or pedicure, treat yourself to a facial. This will help you to stay motivated and keep moving!
Look at my success stories page to see other women who have K.I.S.S.ed off the pounds!
Call me (301) 332-3523 or email me today to start your K.I.S.S. Off The Pounds Exercise Program!
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I want you to know that I still use the workout routine that you created for me. Even with having a second baby I am now 15 pounds lighter than I was last you saw me. I will give testimony any day that you do great things for the people that you work with!! -- Sarah, Washington, D.C.
"Achieving goals by themselves will never make us happy in the long term; the point is who you become as you get past the obstacles necessary to achieve your goals. That's what gives you a true and long-lasting sense of fulfillment."