Teacher. 2yrs in fitness. Battle depression, training has given me a life line. I feel fulfilled when inspiring other people/women, helping!
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Start by making small changes, diet etc. For me I never went to the gym regularly until 34! (Now 36) no motivation until I started booking classes to begin with. It gets you into a routine and takes out decision making (finding excuses) like booking an appointment you have to keep. Make it sociable, fun! It then becomes a lifestyle, addictive. Don’t over complicate things. If I can do it and start later in life then anyone can!!!
It’s given me so much confidence and self worth that I didn’t have before. Forged new friendships. It gives me strength mentally to get through each day. I don’t feel invisible anymore. It’s broken down barriers with strangers who stop me to talk about what I do/fitness. I receive a lot of feedback from people who feel inspired by what I have achieved/am doing and that truly keeps me going!!
Just the opportunity to be featured would be enough for me (sense of achievement&share my story as someone who’s relatively new to fitness but transformed my world)! I’d happily donate it to a good cause! But if I were to use it, it would give me the opportunity to change my career from teaching to training/inspiring others. I’d like to develop a scheme for sch girls one day (maybe open to boys) a programme visiting schools & educating girls in particular on exercise,