Fit Found Me Weight Loss Series for Women Over 40: Step 1

Who doesn’t need a few weight loss tips? Reach your weight loss goals when you implement the tips shared in the Fit Found Me Weight Loss Series exclusively for women over 40.

 

 

weight loss series

 

Woman, age 45, 35 lbs overweight, unhappy with body image and unable to lose weight. Time and time again I see this story. I’ve been there and I know how it saturates everything you do. It is discouraging. Every meal you want to change your habits but a part of you feels change is hopeless. You’ve tried diets and the weight didn’t drop so now you might as well enjoy the food you love and watch tv. No, don’t succumb to that. Fight harder!

Starting today…

There are a few things that helped propel me to lose the weight and I believe if you implement these into your life, you too can make the change to a healthier lifestyle. You will be amazed at what your body can do, feel and look, even after age 40!

It takes several habits to change to become fit and healthy. We aren’t going to implement everything at once. We will take this one step at a time for a gradual, successful change. This weight loss series will walk you through the steps to find your healthy, fit you!

The first 30 days of a new habit are the hardest!! Know that going in and be committed to working hard for the first 30 days without seeing a huge difference. It takes 21 days to create a habit.

You can do this!

Are you with me?

Weight Loss Series Step 1

The first thing you do is find a 20-30 min workout and do it 5-6 days a week. Even if you only start out doing 10 min of it, commit to doing it. Just trust me on this…every week you will be able to push yourself harder and stay with it longer until one day you will be able to do the entire workout.

You may be asking, “What workout is best?” Well, the best workout right now is the one you will do. Here are a few ideas to choose from:

Weight Loss Series – To do list for the week

1 – Start a 20-30 minute workout today, be consistent and committed.

2 – Remember it will be one of the hardest things you have ever done, but it will get easier. STICK WITH IT.

3 – 10 Reasons to Workout Today Print as many as you need to post around the house to keep you motivated to get your workout in today!

4 – Join the Facebook Group, Women Over 40 Losing Weight & Living Healthy for one on one  and group support.

5 – Read through the articles on the Start Here page for additional motivation.

6 – Read on to Weight Loss Series Step 2

What is the biggest struggle you have with losing weight?

 

 

9 thoughts on “Fit Found Me Weight Loss Series for Women Over 40: Step 1”

  1. If this is about women over 40 losing weight, could the pictures reflect that? Seeing 20somethings measuring they’re perfect waists or in a bikini, does the opposite of encouraging us women over 40 that are trying to lose weight. A 40+ body looks very different than a 20+ body. Let’s see a healthy 40+ body to really encourage and inspire

    Reply
  2. Hi Stephanie
    Thanks for being apart of my “Take back my life journey.” I was diagnosed with endometriosis a rare form, which caused my hormones and everything else to be out of control. Long story short, because I was on this roller coaster emotional, physically, and mentally I stopped doing the things I loved like exercising and eating good food. As a result, I am now a diabetic and have hypertension. This was my birthday gift at 40. I use to just take a multivitamin and now I have seven other pills to accompany that multivitamin. I refuse to be a prisoner in my own body because of a condition I didn’t ask for. The doctors have found a regimen to treat the rare form of endometriosis and now I, too, have found a regimen to combat diabetes and hypertension and it with your help through fit found me.

    Reply
  3. I am 40 years old and a stepmother to a nine-year-old boy. He is wanting a little sister, but because of my PCOS and weight, fertility is an issue for me. I am 5’2 and weigh 214 lbs. My goal is to lose 75 lbs by the end of this year and retalk to my hubby about fertility treatments. Maybe if he sees I’m serious about losing weight, he’ll allow us to try for a baby. 🙂 Any suggestions you have – i’ll take!

    Reply
    • Hi Michele,

      You have a very strong WHY to lose the weight. I would love to help you reach your goal. I have a lot of suggestions and can walk you through step by step through my weight loss group. There should be a link on the right side of the page. There you will get daily communication from me, have ability to chat with me one on one, text, support from me and others in the group, video training, Facebook live training, etc. Anything you need that I am able to provide to help you, I do. Hope to see you over there!

      Stephanie 🙂

      Reply
  4. Hi I am a 46 yo mother of 5 and grandmother to twins. I work full time midnights and am a full time nursing student. The stress if school has helped me to gain weight on top of perimenopause. I graduate in 4 weeks and no diet is helping me. Please help!!!!!!

    Reply
  5. Hi Stephanie!
    I am truly motivated by you. I am 41 and I have always had a belly. ALWAYS. AND now I have love handles?? I eat healthy, I exercise almost 6 days a week… but nothing is changing. SO – something is wrong. I either eat too much (this is definitely possible) or my metabolism is definitely changing. 10 years ago, when I stopped eating bread or sugar, I saw the lbs drop on the scale. Now, it has been 6 weeks… and nothing. SO – I Googled, and found you. YEAY!
    Help!

    I don’t have a Facebook (I am a teacher who was harassed previously on my FB page, so that is gone). Is there another way to have group support?

    Thank you for YOU!!!

    Reply
    • Hi Tracey!
      Wow, thank you, I am so happy to hear my experiences helped motivate you! Currently, I don’t have another platform for open discussion except for the FB group – I wish I did for your sake! We would love to have you! Have you subscribed to the Fit Found Me emails? You can always email me back and chat with me. 🙂 As far as weight loss being difficult, I totally get it. Have you read the post to “A Letter to Discouraged Overweight Women Over 40”? That may help you.
      Keep in touch!
      Stephanie

      Reply

Leave a Comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.