Tag Archives: Moderation

Seven Steps to Mindful Eating

Are you stuck in your weight loss journey? Do you sit down to eat thinking, “Okay, I’m going to cut down at this meal,” and then of a sudden you look down at your plate and you’ve cleaned it again? Well, tonight I want to talk about seven steps to mindful eating so be sure […]

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Where Do You Start or Restart Your Exercise Journey

Since I had my car accident almost four months ago and haven’t been able to exercise, I’ve gained weight, my clothes are too tight and I feel like a fat slob. Not how someone in the fitness business wants to feel but something that I think we can all relate to; whether it’s because of […]

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How to Modify Exercises for Bad Knees

When you have an artificial knee or bad knees, there is no more running, jumping or high impact exercise moves anymore – unless you want to have to go through that surgery again.  The modifications that I demonstrate here prove that you can still get a good workout without running or jumping!  Want to read […]

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My Story, Again

Today, a blogging challenge group that I’m in, challenged me to write a blog that tells a story. Hmm, I think that most of my blog posts have done just that. I’ve told the story of how I became a Certified Personal Trainer while being laid up with surgery for a torn meniscus in my […]

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My Review of Beachbody Programs for Mature Adults

I have recently realized that some of us more mature people may think that the Beachbody workouts are too difficult to do so I thought that I’d do a general review of the Beachbody workouts on that subject. I started using the Beachbody workouts, specifically P90X, when I was 57 years old. While I did […]

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Simple Yoga Poses You Can Do with Bad Knees

For the past month I’ve been filming Facebook Live videos talking about working out with yoga when you’re over 40 and have bad knees. There are some simple yoga moves you can also do.  If you missed the 3 videos that I’ve done, I’m including them at the end of this post. I LOVED running […]

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My Journey to Becoming A Personal Trainer Part 2

Here is Part 2 of my journey to becoming a personal trainer. If you missed part one  you can read it here:http://getfitnowwithcheryl.com/uncategorized/my-journey-to-becoming-a-personal-trainer/ As I suspected, now my right knee’s meniscus was torn – actually, not just torn but gone. I had torn it so bad that there was nothing left and I was feeling bone […]

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3 Easy Ways to Sneak Some Positive Healthy Habits Into Your Day

Everybody knows that we need to get some sort of exercise into our busy lives every day and that 30 minutes is the ideal. But, who has time to go to the gym with our busy schedules of emails, commuting, working, taking care of our children or our aging parents, much less fixing healthy meals. […]

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Healthy Families

Words Of Encouragement This is an inspirational story that any parent should read… One of the best benefits of learning how to eat to fuel my body, as a mom, was learning what a healthy plate looks like. At Tony Horton Fitness Camps in the days of old, Tony used to talk about the important […]

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