30-DAY LOW IMPACT FITNESS CHALLENGE FOR BUSY MOMS
I’m Susan Vernicek. I am an entrepreneur, motivational expert, Certified Life Coach, wife, and mother of 3 yr old twin toddlers. I pride myself on the ability to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle.
Before you download this free workout guide, I’ll tell you some relevant facts about me that will shed light on why and how I’m taking my game to the next level—by bringing you this 30 DAY CHALLENGE WORKOUT GEARED FOR BUSY MOMS, and especially those of you IN NEED OF A LOW IMPACT FITNESS ROUTINE.
My sweet spot for physical activity and athletics was born of a love of sports since I was practically a tot; playing with the boys, climbing trees, and swinging on swings sets. During childhood, I enjoyed cheerleading, soccer, and track meets. I continued to participate in soccer and picked up flag football during my college years.
As an `adult, I added kickball and flag football to my line-up of sports. Well, I ended up tearing both meniscus in my knees—so I gave up sports at the age of 30, yet kept with working out.
Just as it often does, things changed with time, age, and experience—especially when, at the age of 33, I became pregnant with twins.
Oh boy—or, in this case, oh boy and oh girl!—did carrying those babies do a number on my body (my back in particular). Holding those twins—I’d say both inside and outside of my body–took some toll, leaving me with chronic back lower pain and related issues that I’d never had before.
So, since I’d already been a high energy person, engaged in lots of movement and exercise, I added to my regimen a focus on strengthening my lower back and abs to help offset and, really, heal those back problems.
Sure, I visited a chiropractor, but after 3 months of treatment the x-rays showed no improvement, I felt even more fervently that self-help in the way of exercise and my own physical therapy was the way to go. Visiting more doctors and considering medication were possibilities, but simply not the route for me. That was my personal choice.
There I was—or, better, here I am— taking on a cure by and for myself…Well, maybe not by myself entirely, at least in the beginning. As many do, I enlisted the help of a great physical therapist who taught and led me through a slew of exercises.
In the end, I stuck with the workouts that benefitted me the most and that gave me results: exercises that not only brought about tone, strength, weight loss, and all-around good health, but that also did not hurt or compromise my troublesome knees and lower back at the same time.
There you have it: A brief summary of how I’m proactively bettering my body and mind—and back and knees too (lol)—through a careful but steady exercise and physical therapy plan.
Now I visit my physical therapist weekly and host monthly challenges that help women improve their energy, fitness, nutritional habits, and mental health within 21-30 days!
Does any part of my story resonate with you?
As a woman who’s driven toward self-improvement AND inspiring other women to help themselves, I want to help you too.
So welcome, my friend, as I take you on a journey. I hope to guide you toward the same benefits and advantages by means of a unique workout plan—one tailored toward women with similar knee and back problems that I experience as well. Let’s get to it and feel better together!
Smile to Inspire,