"I can’t believe I ate all that!" "I ate so bad over the weekend! I will start my diet Monday." "I am going to have to stay on the treadmill an extra hour because of that lunch!" These are words I have said to myself, hear daily at work, and in line at the grocery store or the coffee shop. Our inner Judge scolding us, and letting us know how unworthy we are. All because of our own perception and beliefs about what is Right or Wrong with the food we choose to eat. Good Foods
Anne and I are pleased to be guests on Fit Talk with Melinda Corssino on November 5th at 8:00 pm (ET).
What is Fit Talk you say?
Fit Talk with Melinda Corssino encompasses all different areas of fitness and the fitness industry. She strives to make positive, uplifting shows that inspires others to find their inner inspiration and live a happy and healthy lifestyle. What will we talk about?
We will about our business: 'Love Your Body Project' andour background and why we ar
I was a cigarette smoker in Junior High, High School and part of College. When I turned 20, I decided to quit smokiing. At the time, I was still mired in the diet mentality and smoking served as an appetite suppressant. I was worried about turning to food as a substitute for the cigarettes, so I was hoping to find a non-food alternative to replace the smoking habit. I started taking step aerobics classes in 1992 and fell in love with the movement. I became a certified instru
Imagine for a moment a woman in her early 50's, 60's, or even 70's, watching a twenty-something year old girl and saying things like, "I wish I looked like that. Why can't I be more like her?" This kind of stuff happens, particularly in gyms. I work in one, so I witness this. A lot. We are only meant to be twenty-something once. It's just a mere stop along the road of life. Why are we so hell bent against getting older? Is it the messages of the media, which is constantly pus