Not everybody's ready for a commitment to self. You really have to respect and love yourself enough, your body and mind, to do the work. To hold yourself in high enough standard to never let yourself go overweight, weak and sick. Do you love and respect yourself enough?
You can't expect your body to change if you self deprecate it. Does force and criticism propel you to action? Of course not, positive reinforcement, love and encouragement does. So why not give it to your body? It listens:) Start with loving and embracing yourself as you are now, no more bad, self diminishing talks about your body please. Then get excited about the following:
One of the things that bother me the most when I see male trainers subject their female clients to are workouts that deprive them of their feminine shape. They train women as if they were training themselves. Heavy on biceps, square, blocky waist, and lots of cardio. The result? A physique that cancels out that which defines female: nice curvy hips, slender yet toned (not blown out of proportion arms), small waist, sculpted legs. Instead, women end up looking like dudes with