On today’s episode Heather speaks with Jill Hanson fitness trainer/instructor that explains the best way to start a fitness program. She shares some great inspiration on being the Best Version of Yourself, and that we all learned how to walk before we could run! Please continue to submit your topic ideas and questions for future shows.
Let’s get Phyiscal… Decide Your Tomorrow By Your Actions Today
Jill believes that in order to succeed you need to step outside your current comfort zone. She believe in training for a look never a number, building shapes and curves rather than simply getting skinny, learning sustainability rather than quick fixes, all while pushing yourself physically so that you can see what you are made of mentally.
Regardless of your fitness level we all deserve to train under circumstances in which we feel surrounded and supported with complete confidence in our abilities to meet our goals. It is the goal to continually offer guidance and direction throughout your journey however reminding you daily that no one else can save you but you. Do not let the worries of yesterday or the “what ifs” of tomorrow affect the work we put in today.
Your Guest today:
Jill Hanson (Canada)
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- Be the best version of yourself
- We all learned to walk before we ran
- Keep your body hydrated
- Ask questions, try new things, keep moving!
Thank you for tuning in and happy trails!
Could you confidently help your horse in an emergency?
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