Written By: BillyBow Aguirre
Photo By: B-House Photography
Ladies — Let’s talk about body image. I’ve been going to alot of events the past few months and have been chatting with alot of women. The one thing that comes up alot in the conversations is how they feel and look in their bodies.
Many of the women I spoke with are by no means heavy, but in their mind they are. Ladies — STOP feeling bad about your physique and go do something about it. Stop putting yourself down and eat correctly and exercise.
Start with a plan and write it down. Start with a challenage and complete the goal. Find a plan that will work for you.
In FitnessX Magazine, there are alot of womens’ voices who have been there, done that. Read their articles, execute your plan, challenge yourself, and complete your goal.
There should be no reason not to start and finish. Forge forward with you plan, challenge and find your center! Don’t give yourself excuses, when there is some many solutions.
BillyBow Aguirre, Publisher of FitnessX Magazine.
Movie of the Month – Food for Thought
DodgeBall – Peter LaFleur (Vince Vaughn) is the owner of Average Joe’s, a small and financially unsuccessful gym with a handful of loyal members. When he defaults on the gym’s mortgage, it is purchased by his rival White Goodman (Ben Stiller), a fitness guru and owner of the successful Globo-Gym across the street. Unless Peter can raise $50,000 in thirty days to cover his mortgage, White will foreclose on Average Joe’s and demolish it to build a parking garage.
You know how the movie ends. The good team wins!
This is a very funny moive, but there is a moral to this movie.
In the movie, White Goodman (Ben Stiller) has a attitude of an elitest. His slogan is, “At Globe-Gym, w are better than you and we know it.”
Peter LaFleur (Vince Vaughn) has an attitude of helping people think better about themselves. What is so funny about this satire is some people in the fitness industry think like White Goodman. People forget where they come from. All of us started somewhere. We were fat, skinny or athletic. As role models in this industry, we need to help people achieve their goals. We need to help the underdog. We need to challenge people to achieve their goals. Don’t be intimidating and don’t make fun of fat, skinny or fit, beautiful people.
Be like Peter LaFleur and help people achieve their GOALS!
Food for Thought,
BillyBow, Publisher of FitnessX Magazine