Fuel Your Motivation

Dear Friend,

Entrepreneurial women of menopause age face unique challenges when it comes to exercise and staying motivated. Menopause can cause a decrease in muscle mass and bone density, making exercise even more crucial for maintaining overall health. However, menopause can also bring physical and emotional changes that may make it harder to stick to an exercise routine.

One effective strategy for women in menopause is to set specific, achievable goals for their exercise routine. This could be burning a certain number of calories per week or increasing the amount of weight they can lift over time. Having a tangible goal can help provide motivation and a sense of accomplishment.

👩‍👩‍👧 Joining a group that engages in exercise can also be helpful for staying motivated. This could be a local walking or hiking group, a yoga or pilates class, or a recreational sports team. Being part of a social network can provide accountability and support, as well as opportunities to make new connections and build relationships.

🏋 Investing in home exercise equipment or workout videos can also provide convenience and flexibility for busy entrepreneurial women. Having equipment or videos readily available can make it easier to fit exercise into a busy schedule, and can provide a sense of autonomy and control over one’s fitness routine.

🎉 Finally, it’s important to celebrate accomplishments and milestones along the way. This could mean throwing a party or treating oneself to a small reward for meeting a specific exercise goal. Celebrating successes can provide positive reinforcement and motivation to continue working towards long-term fitness goals.

In summary, for entrepreneurial women in menopause, setting specific goals, joining a social exercise group, investing in home exercise equipment or videos, and celebrating accomplishments can all be effective strategies for staying motivated and committed to an exercise routine. Remember, exercise is an investment in overall health and well-being, and taking steps to prioritize it can have long-lasting benefits.

Sending You Tons of Love and Humongous Hugs,

Tina “Keeping You Motivated” McDermott