On a good day I feel strong and powerful and confident.
On a not so good day, all I think about is that area right by my bra strap that drives me nuts, abs that will never be flat, and a nose that (thanks to my Native American heritage) is too big for my liking.
On a good day, I eat clean and love how on-point nutrition makes me feel healthy and strong. .
On a not so good day, I eat too much cheese or something else that doesn't make me feel strong or lean or healthy. .
On a good day, fitness make me feel like a badass.
On a not so good day, I think about how my body will never match the vision in my head of how I want to look.
On a good day, I believe that I'm making a difference...in the lives of my fit group members, my coaches, my team.
On a not so good day, I believe I pretty much stink at everything and that I'll never be the leader I aspire to be.
Any of this sound familiar? We are all trying to find that balance between the light and the dark. Life is a constant quest to intentionally create more GOOD days, on purpose, by design.
Days where we feel in control, days where we feel strong and powerful and healthy. It's work, yes, the best kind of work...the work to create the BEST version of ourselves every day. .
How to create more of those days? For me, it's a PLAN and a TRIBE.
How do YOU create GOOD days?
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Current situation -- not in the mood for this workout.
Does that mean I don't press play? Nope. It does mean SOMEthing is ALWAYS better than NOthing.
Hey, everybody has their less-than-awesome workout days. The trick is to still press play and do what we can do. And embrace tomorrow as a day to do better. Always be a work in progress.
Here's what I've learned.
1. Results come from using systems that work.
Results do not come from going after anything willy-nilly or by chance. Over the past 15 years, I've learned some systems that work and would love to share them with you.
2. Results come from consistency.
Pressing play. Drinking a super shake. Putting good fuel in my brain as well as my body.
Every day. I've learned from experience that consistency is the key.
3. Results come from finding fitness that works in your life.
25 or 30 minutes a day is do-able for everyone. It just is. I'm a mom to 3 girls and wife to a football coach. Life is busy. We all have to find time to make ourselves a priority. I can help you do that.
4. EVERYone DESERVES to feel their best. And that means fitness is not negotiable. Not. Negotiable.
5. Sunshine makes any day even better. 🌞🌞🌞. Enough said.
Married to a college football coach, 3 daughters, Beachbody Master Trainer and Coach, Disney fanatic, aspire to inspire, serve others, and be a force of passion. Meet Julie!