Setbacks are Real!

Today’s Mantra: The way you think the story is going to play out… is probably how it’s going to play out. So you’ve tried to lose weight before, and ended up gaining it back. So you’ve lost your motivation – again – and you feel like you’re never going to get it back. So you’ve dieted, then binged, and feel […]

Weights = Success

WHY YOU SHOULD LIFT WEIGHTS! This is according to the new Women’s Health – “The Big Book of Exercises” 1) You’ll Lose 40 Percent More Fat Penn State did a study where they had three groups of overweight participants, one group did no exercise and ate a reduced calorie diet, the second group ate a low calorie diet and aerobic […]

Forget The Scale

One thing many people don’t realize is that many factors can influence a person’s weight which do not reflect that person’s body fat. For example, two cups of water weigh one pound. If you tend to retain water or bloat, the scale can easily rise a few pounds without a  change in what you have eaten. However, for dieters the […]

Getting Over Sugar…

First Step – Awareness of what Sugar Really Does to Your Body Sugar increases fat storing Sugar disrupts normal brain function Sugar decreases your overall health and makes you age quicker Second Step – Realize You are in 100% Control of Your Actions We can pass on dessert, we don’t need to buy a candy bar, we can drink water […]

Give It Up

When you stop chasing the wrong things, you give the right things a chance to catch you. So starting today… Give up trying to be perfect. – The real world doesn’t reward perfectionists, it rewards people who get things done. Give up comparing yourself to others. – The only person you are competing against is yourself. Give up dwelling on […]

50 Fat Burners

The 50 fastest fat burners 1. Catch the running bug. You’ll continue to burn fat after your jog: People who run for at least four hours a week melt more calories than non-runners, even when they’re not running, a Yale University School of Medicine study reports. 2. Crank it up early. Working out harder during the first half of your […]

A Tribute to F4F’s 1st client!

Fit For Fashion would be nothing without YOU ALL! Without your obedience, consistency, hardwork, devotion & passion – we’d still be a 1-dumbbell, 1 yoga mat, 1 resistance band, a few cones @ the PARK, in the rain with no timer or tire to flip. And it all started with…   MS. ASHLI COOPER {Thank God for Twitter} There were a […]

Sometimes Clothes Aren’t Enough

Ladies simply love STUFF – but when we’re working out, the worst thing ever is having items of ours that doesn’t fit right, falls off, or breaks mid-run. There are so many different types of fitness gear out there – so I accumulated a list of the “YAY” items so that you can purchase accordingly.    ·         A Dry-Fit Jacket for […]

Winter Weight Gain

As temperatures plummet experts say our appetite increases – and so can our waistline. Studies indicate that we do tend to eat more during the winter months, with the average person gaining at least one to two pounds – and those who are already overweight likely to gain a lot more.People who are affected with SAD have lower blood levels […]

Exercise At Every Moment

I’ve bombarded you with fitness ideas and concepts and now I’m writing a blog about “exercising at every moment” !?!! It’s not as rough or impossible as it may seem – and chances are, it will become a habit after a short time. Here are just a few ideas that I have for you! I will continue to showcase some […]

Beauty Tips For Fit Girls

Sometimes, it’s all you can do to squeeze a workout during your lunch hour, before the evening PTA meeting, or on your way to work in the AM. In an ideal world, you’d also have time to shower, fix your hair, and dress to impress. But in the real world, you don’t always have time for all of this. Instead […]

The Energy Blahs!

Too pooped to drag yourself to your favorite boot camp or group fitness class? A little sweat session may be just what you need to recharge your batteries. Just 30 minutes of moderate to vigorous aerobic exercise — done at 60 to 75 percent of maximum heart rate — has been shown to significantly improve both mood and energy levels, […]