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This is a discussion of the life style issues of health and fitness. The focus is on areas surrouding exercise and healthy eating. Your host, Sherri Muir, is a Personal Trainer, Fitness Instructor with a national fitness organization, and the principal at Signature Sherri, LLC. She has competed in numerous fitness competions in her mid-thirties as a mother of three children, having placed in the top three on two occasions against single women ten years her junior.
Sherri is the mother of three children and four step-children, ranging from elementary to high school. She understands the issues you are facing in today's world. Not just getting children to eat right and get enough exercise, but more importantly, showing you how to exercise (without having to join a health club) and how to prepare healthy meals with little time and on a budget.
Sherri's guests will include specialists in fitness, nutrition and lifestyle coaching. You will learn what type of exercise program is right for you, we are not all the same. How to cook healthy meals on a budget, with little time, and actually taste good. With the input of some of the nations top lifestyle coaches, you will learn how to go about changing your lifestyle to build a better you.
We all have to understand the importance of two of our core assets, heallth and fitness. Without them where would you be? If your health or fitness deteriorates, what will your future life be like? What do you want your life to be like the day before you die, healthy and fit, or feeble and sickly? No matter your age, health or fitness level, you will benefit from these discussions.
Most important, is the realization this is a journey. It is about progress, not perfection. It is not the goal; it is the steps you take along the path towards your objective. It is about having fun in life.
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