Weight loss tips for older women don’t have to simply be restriction and struggle, in other words. You do have to throw some effort at exercise and nutrition, but it’s a matter of working smarter, not harder.
Organizing your workout schedules and nutrition as a busy mom trying to get fit is hard enough on its own, with the time crunches and roster of responsibilities you already have, but when you’re also the meal and snack planner for a crew of kids--who often are not thrilled about your healthy choices for meals or snacks--it can add to the difficulty.
Even if your goals are just “eating better” or fueling beginner workouts, meal prep can be dialed in to whatever frequency you’re training at right now. And if you can harness your natural inclinations--your “Meal Prep Personality”, so to speak--you may be able to slip it into your lifestyle with very little adjustment. Once that happens, and you see what a huge difference a little planning makes...meal prep may become less of a chore, and more of a fun endeavor. (Yes, it’s possible.)
You may have a solid exercise plan, but without a doable nutrition plan you can follow as a busy mom, it’s going to be tough to reach your goals for good. If you’ve followed me for long, you know I’m an advocate of balance and health. Let’s stop crash dieting and really make lasting changes for yourself and your family. Check out this complete diet plan.