The Wellness Revolution Podcast with Amber Shaw
TWR 177: How to Follow an Easy Fitness Routine with At-Home Workouts with April Hovelson
Are you a busy mom struggling to find time for fitness? Do you want to take control of your health and wellness but don’t know where to start? If so, then this episode is for you.
In this episode of The Wellness Revolution Podcast, Amber and April Hovelson discuss the best practices regarding strength training for women over 40 and how to stay consistent with a fitness routine. April is a certified Fitness & Nutrition Coach based in New York City, and she currently works with women wanting to regain energy and vitality by providing easy-to-follow home workouts.
April emphasizes the importance of putting yourself first and making time for your health. She understands the challenges of being a busy mom and offers practical solutions for incorporating fitness into your daily routine.
April highlights how important it is to create an enjoyable and fun environment in order to stay consistent with fitness. You will learn how to develop healthy habits, increase resistance (always focusing on the proper form), and overcome your limits – because that is when growth happens.
Amber and April also talk about April’s health conditions. Sometimes we lose confidence and motivation because we have a specific health problem preventing us from going all in, but April is living proof that we can always focus on what we can do instead of what we can’t. Regardless of what affects you, it shouldn’t stop you from achieving your goals.
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- Learn some of the best practices when it comes to strength training, cardio, and at-home workouts.
- Learn how to stay motivated with a busy schedule. Learn the top tips to increase daily movement, create different habits, and go from there.
- Create an environment you like to exercise and set specific and attainable goals.
- When going through your fitness journey, try to put one foot in front of the other and do a little each day.
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