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5 things NOT to do in fitness

August 3, 2023

I’m Tanya.
I’ve learned that a little bit of intentionality goes a long way in accomplishing the goals we set for ourselves. This blog is meant to equip you with just that - simple tips, tricks, advice, and encouragement that help you live an intentional life. 
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Basically me in my teens and 20s.

I thought walking was for moms, 😉 I literally couldn’t imagine a day without going for a run, and I thought weight training wasn’t worth my time b/c it didn’t burn enough calories.

But when you know better…you do better. REST days are just as important as workout days, WALKS help decrease our stress hormones (while straight cardio raises them), and lifting is truly anti-aging (PS: we’re all aging) woman’s best friend to hold onto our muscle which helps FUEL our metabolism.

Finally, ditching the all-or-none mentality is the key to consistency b/c a partial workout is ALWAYS better than no workout. 😉

Which one of these do you struggle with most?

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