How to measure progress in fitnessNot knocking the scale, but there’s a lot of other MAJOR advantages to working out.

How you monitor progress can be done any of these ten ways and, honestly, they’re all really important.

So, don’t get down if the scale isn’t changing. As long as you’re getting fitter and stronger, feeling more confident, and daily life activities are getting easier, you’re making amazing progress.

I hope this helps you recognise your progress – and keep it up!

And, just so you know, I’m putting together a brand-new program starting Monday 18th May. This is specifically for busy women and men in their 30’s, 40s or 50s who want to regain lost fitness, lose 10 pounds and learn to stay consistent in the next 60 days.

It’s a remote program, so you can join from anywhere in the world.

I’m looking for 5 people to test it out at a HUGE DISCOUNT, help me work out the kinks, and get amazing results that I can use as a case study. If that’s you, get in touch with ‘tell me more’ below and I’ll share details about this exciting program.

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