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5 Perfect Reasons Why A Curvy Goddess Should…

“Should what?”, you wonder. Should exercise. Oh drat…and you thought it was going to be juicy.

SexyFitWell, I think the following reasons are important enough for you to stop and recognize what a miraculous temple you have for a body and that the upkeep is worth going through to get your God-given “miracle” to move, expressing its strength and beauty.

Reason #1- Flab to curvy firm: Exercise can radically change the shape and look of your body, from flab to firm. I am a Curvy Goddess – maybe some may define me as an Amazon. Because I incorporate exercise, my body definitely shows the strength and firmness from it. I still have a large frame but that doesn’t mean that it should not be firm and strong.

Did you know that dieting on a moderate diet, such as Weight Watchers while participating in just aerobic activity isn’t enough to keep the muscle that you do have? In fact, 25% of the weight loss comes from muscle which means if you’ve lost 20 lbs, you will lose 5 pounds of muscle! Yikes…Double Yikes!

You want to keep as much muscle as possible while dieting. Resistance training will do the trick.

Reason #2 – Being strong is not reserved for the men. Men love a strong woman. Truly they do, well at least the evolved ones do.

Most people know that exercise makes the body strong and maintains the body’s strength while we age. It’s not just for men. Women need to incorporate a strength training regimen also. And it really is important now because we just don’t do enough to maintain our strength in our everyday lives.

We don’t use our bodies enough. Everything is automated, computerized, or motorized. If a person is sedentary they aren’t using their muscles.

A sedentary person will lose a pound of muscle per year. You need muscles for strength. For everyday things like lifting, climbing stairs, running to catch the bus, walking up a hill and when you’re not using it the body will atrophy.

In other words the muscle will waste away and what’s left is fat, bones, and fatty organs…Ugh, sounds yucky!

Reason #3 – You didn’t know that it’s the Fountain of Youth? I think a lot of people just have this notion that when you get older you’re going to have a tough time climbing stairs, walking, and running to get the bus. I’m here to tell you that you’re able to prevent this from occurring.

After deciding that she would create her independence while growing older, at the age of 72, Morjorie Newlin headed to the gym to lift with the big boys. She started competing in physique contests. At the age of 86, she was able to deadlift 95 pounds, bench press 90, and squat 135 pounds.

As you can see, strength training does wonders. Physical degeneration from age is an erred notion that we’re carrying around these days. “I can’t walk up the stairs oh I must be getting old!” It’s easily preventable.

Reason #4 – Red Alert! Statuesque Curvy Goddess in the room. Exercise will help improve that posture and create a beautiful statuesque carriage especially when combining resistance training and Pilates and core exercises.

Sitting at your desk all day in front of your computer creates muscular weaknesses and will change your posture for the worse. Key exercises in a well-designed resistance/core/Pilates program will reverse the damage.

Benefit #5 – Once you’ve got your groove, it’ll help you keep it. Your vital energy WILL attract attention. Girlfriend, if I could share with you all the times that a man half my age was trying to get with me because of the energy I had from the exercise, my jaw would get tired from talking about the endless crazy stories!

That is probably one of the first benefits that you’ll notice when you start an exercise routine. The exercise will add a spring in your step.

I remember when I started exercising. I used to have that 3pm slump every single day but ever since I incorporated exercise I no longer have that slump. My energy is pretty much elevated and sustained throughout the day. I find that my clients will notice this benefit right away.

Some recent studies are showing that regular exercise may be more beneficial than certain stimulants that address ADHD and narcolepsy. Exercise is some powerful stuff if it is just as effective or even more effective than certain stimulant medications.

To put it quite bluntly, exercise will put the Sexy in your sexy, Curvy Goddess. How could you do without it? If you start and stick with it for 4 weeks you’ll understand what I’m talking about.

9 Responses to 5 Perfect Reasons Why A Curvy Goddess Should…

  1. I loved reading this! You gave a host of really good reasons to get up and move! I can vouch for the big difference it has made in my life. About 5 yrs. ago I was so slow and sluggish and just plain weak, that I could hardly walk. Dragging groceries home was torture. Hauling a full laundry cart up the stairs was a big enough pain in the butt that I only did laundry every 4-6 weeks. Well, I still don't LIKE doing laundry, but my arms are strong now. I feel like I could move a mountain! And it's great to raise my arm and not have a lot of jiggle,ijggle going on!

  2. I can vouch for several of the claims. 1) I noticed a difference within a few weeks of starting to work out, consistently (consistently being the key word here I think)

    2) For the first time in YEARS, I can standy up straight without reminding myself every second. I used to remind myself to straighten up, do it, and then be slouching again in under 1/2 minute because I didn't have enough muscle to hold myself upright. I noticed that I was sitting up straighter within a few weeks of starting to exercise and it isn't arduous to do so anymore.

    3) Overall muscle definition showing itself. Things feel firmer even when I'm relaxed, not "making a muscle."

    4) Yesterday I bounced up the subway stairs. I felt like I was on springs and being propelled up the stairs instead of dragging myself up the stairs like I used to do. That is a good feeling.

  3. Exercise keeps us healthy and keeps our curves firm. There is a big difference between us curvy, plus-size women and the morbidly obese. With exercise, we keep everything in place and proportioned, not flabby. Obese people can barely walk, get out of bed, and everything is out of proportion on their bodies (flab everywhere).

    This is the reason why I can’t stand people that don’t like curvy, plus-size women. They think we are obese. There is a big difference between us and those that are obese. We DO exercise, but we exercise to stay healthy, proportioned, and strong. Not to be skinny like your fashion models do (aka Janice Dickinson, who I CAN’T stand!). We love our bodies more than most.

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