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WOMEN AND FITNESS MOTIVATION


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II- WOMEN’S FITNESS CLUBS

Women’s fitness clubs are similar to other fitness clubs except they cater
exclusively to women. This means that classes, personal training sessions, and equipment are tailored to fit the needs of women who want to get into
shape.
When looking for a women’s fitness club, the same criteria apply as when
you are looking at any other fitness club. Most women’s fitness clubs are
open until later in the evening to give women who work a chance to be able
to work out or take a class.

1- BENEFITS OF A WOMEN’S FITNESS CLUB

Many women enjoy going to a women’s fitness club because they feel safe, feel they are treated better, and are able to meet other women with similar fitness goals.
Other benefits include:
• Additional classes tailored for women
• Seminars about diet and exercise
• Motivational and emotional support
• Spa treatments
• Weight machines and other equipment that is made for those who cannot lift as much as one time
• Fitness counseling
• Weight loss groups
• Sports activities

If you are looking for an environment that caters to women’s needs when it comes to fitness, you should look for a women’s fitness club. Meeting other women who have similar weight issues, body image concerns, or who can only go to the gym at certain times will help you stay motivated and on task.

Finding new friends can also help you learn more about fitness and what you are capable of doing while at the gym. There are many fitness programs to choose from and many only take 30 minutes to complete. Because of these fitness clubs cater to women, they understand that time is of the essence and will create a program that is beneficial in the least amount of time possible.

2- THE IMPORTANCE OF WOMEN’S FITNESS

Women who take care of themselves physically and emotionally will lead more productive lives. Staying physically fit can help:
• Boost self-esteem
• Boost self-confidence
• Increase energy
• Decrease depression
• Increase memory and recall
• Enhance physical appearance
• Help retain overall health

Because women are prone to diseases such as heart disease, certain types of cancer, and osteoporosis later in life, creating a fitness routine that increases blood flow, oxygen intake, and builds muscle can help women be able to combat these diseases or avoid them. Depending on your genetic make-up, you may be prone to many types of illnesses and diseases, but with a diet and exercise plan, you can lower your risks.

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