(This is the eighth in a series of interviews with the top women fitness bloggers I could find!)
Angie Schumacher is a Certified Personal Trainer and writes a very informative blog at Women’s Diet and Fitness.
Angie answered some questions about her blog recently:
1) Why did you decide to start your blog or how did you start it?
About a year and a half ago, I got involved in an online group called Body For Life- Women Only, a google group. I had hit a plateau and was having a hard time trying to make changes in my body. I was online searching for anything and everything that would help me find the “answers”. I found myself being overwhelmed with the information and still not knowing what to do. It was then that I thought to myself that I be there are lots of other women out there with all the same problems…too much information and not knowing what to do with it. So I decided to take what I DID know and put together a website, just for women, to help them get all the health and fitness information they needed all in one place. I put together www.womensdietandfitness.com and decided to do a blog along side, to be able to interact with my website readers and thought it would also be a good way to keep them updated on the latest information. Hence, the blog: www.womensdietandfitness.com/WDF
2) What do you think is the biggest obstacle that keeps women from engaging in a regular fitness routine and/or from living a more healthy lifestyle in general?
I think all women have their own thing, whether it be lack of motivation, their busy lifestyle or just not feeling like they are important enough and taking care of everyone else first! What I always say is, “If you take care of yourself FIRST, you will be able to take care of everyone else so much better!” A lot of women think that it takes hours to workout and lose weight or whatever their goals may be, but in all actuality, it can take less than 45 minutes 3x per WEEK! Split that up into 6 days and you only need about 15-20 minutes per day! Now who doesn’t have that???
3) What do you consider to be the most unique or helpful thing about your blog?
Unique? Well I don’t know if I would consider it unique, but it does come from the heart and my passion of providing women to build a long and healthy life!
Please take some time and visit Angie’s blog: Women’s Diet and Fitness !
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