If you’re in your forties and outside you might have confronted these questions about your own body, energy level, and muscle tone. What happens to girls when they reach their forties and beyond? Do their muscles completely atrophy? Does their metabolism cease to exist? Do they loose all resistance? Does their exercise level dip into unrecoverable depths? No, No, No and No!
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In case you did not hear me, the reply to all the above is NO! It’s no wonder women in their forties have a difficult time with aging and understanding themselves. There are changes that occur, this is accurate. However, If you’re experiencing these items and wishing you could do something about it, you can! You might have heard it stated that 50 is the new 40, and all of us know 30 was wonderful. But where does this leave 40? I thinkit leaves women in their forties a complete, wide – open bet to claim. There are several resources available for girls to make use of to feel better.
You may read uplifting inspirational books, spend time with friends who know, buy all of the products made for home workouts. But, the questions still remains, how are you going to claim YOUR stake? How about by being Fabulous, Fit, Fantastic and Forty! Fabulous: You were created fabulous and are already fabulous with no improvement. Believe in yourself! This one activity alone, the act of feeling OK with who you are, at any age, can inspire you just take one small step toward getting in touch with that part of you that you have been missing. It’s only one small movement, movement, action, thought, which may alter the course of your day.
So, again, Believe in YOU! Fit: The aim: match mind, fit body and match soul. But, we can not put 100% into everything at exactly the exact same time. Choose what you’ll focus on and try to touch upon others in for daily balance. Are you going to dance, go for a walk, do a 10 minute routine, take baby steps or jump in with both feet? Fantastic: Despite all it’s challenges, life is superb. I think finding ways to keep in mind this is integral to the inspirational part of staying fit and healthy. You might want to try practicing gratitude.
Among my favorites is a publication called “Simple Abundance” and it accompany journal, “Gratitude Journal” by Sarah Ban Breathnach. Among her recommendations is this: every night write five things that you’re grateful for. I’ve done this, it is terrific. You’d be surprised what an wonderful tool it is to living a fantastic life! Forty: Ugh, right. No! Forty is the New Fantastic!