Your Personalized Pep Talk

Don't skim over this post...because I'm writing just to you today.


Sure, I may not know your name or where you live, but I understand the frustrations that you have when it comes to you body. I know all about your insecurities over the size of your thighs and how hopeless that can feel.


And today I'm here to motivate you to take action.


The answer to your body frustrations is to get you up off the couch and into the gym, day after day. So here's my pep talk in bullet form—21 rewards that you will gain from regular exercise.


Do yourself a favor and print this list and post it where you'll see it every day. When you need motivation or encouragement, simply read over this list and take action.


Remember that action alleviates anxiety. So whenever you're feeling anxious over the current shape of your body, take that as a reminder to jump into action. And then begin to reap these 21 rewards of exercise...


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1. You'll reset your body: Exercise has been described as a giant reset button. A good workout will block appetite swings, improve your mood and even help you sleep.


2. Your clothes will fit better: Consistent exercise will tone and tighten your body, causing your clothes to not only fit better but to also look nicer. Also exercise ensures that soon you'll be trading your clothes in for smaller sizes. (LISTEN: NSV's and Non-Scale Victories HERE)


3. You'll be less stressed: You have enough stress in your life—it's time for a break. A good workout invigorates your muscles, leaving you relaxed and less stressed.


4. You'll have more energy: WebMD tallied research studies and concluded that 90% of them prove exercise increases energy levels in sedentary patients. Next time you feel fatigued, fight it will the most powerful tool available: exercise.


5. You'll be stronger: Exercise improves muscle strength and endurance, two things that you use throughout each day. When you exercise consistently you'll be pleasantly surprised when difficult tasks begin to seem easy.


6. You'll be less likely to binge: Exercise has a powerful anti-binge effect on the body. This is due in part by an increase in sensitivity to leptin, a protein hormone, which has an appetite-taming effect.