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Friday, October 2, 2015

Booty Call


The month of October I am focusing on staying motivated through the holiday season.  Because let's be honest this is the month of all things apple, pumpkin, and candy corn and it only gets worse as we head into the Thanksgiving/Christmas festivities from here.  Not to mention the not so occasional swipe of some Halloween candy you purchased for tick-or-treaters.  Am I right?!

I'm excited to be offering a new challenge group that is focusing on health crockpot recipes, booty challenges, staying motivated through the dip in temperatures, and holding yourself accountable.

I've shared in the past my love for the challenge group and how it has helped me to stay on track.  I'm what I like to call a serial yo-yoer in terms of weight and exercises management.  I do really well for a period of time and then I fall off the bandwagon and go really unhealthy for a period of time.  I bounce back and forth dropping sizes and adding sizes, losing pounds and then finding them again.  For once in my life, something is working!

This challenge group is what keeps me motivated and makes me get my workout in even when I don't want to.  Nights like last night when my dogs are snuggling me, I'm in my sweats, and my booty is already sore from the previous day's workout.  You know you need a push sometimes, too.

In honor of our Booty Challenge for October I've compiled a video of workout moves you can do to strengthen, lift, and tighten that booty of yours.  It's kind of amazing how these exercises work; whether your booty needs to get smaller or bigger, they work!  I'm not kidding - mine has shrunk several inches in the past 12 months with exercises like these.

Oh, and they aren't squats.  I know we all hate squats so I created a quick 20 minute booty workout that doesn't include squats.

You can see the video on my Facebook page by clicking here.  
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