Do you want to be more physically fit and active?
Are you tired of dieting but want help with nutrition?
If you answered yes to either of these questions, then I can help you!
THIS IS YOUR BODY AND YOUR LIFE!
Hi, I’m Cindy Dallow and I can help you get off the diet roller coaster and onto a more sustainable, realistic eating and fitness plan.
Let’s face it, dieting sucks.
It’s hard work and it robs you of the joy you deserve.
Whether it’s fasting, detoxing, cleansing, WHATEVER…it leads to one thing: M-I-S-E-R-Y.
Oh sure, in the beginning you feel good and you think “this time I’ll lose lots of weight and live happily ever after.”
That’s the Dieting Honeymoon and you’ve been on one many times, right?
After reality sets in, you realize you can’t eat this way forever. You miss your favorite foods. No, you CRAVE your favorite foods and when you finally give in to eating them, you blame yourself for failing another diet when in reality, the diet failed you!
There is a better way. You can eat well AND be healthy at the same time. You can learn to enjoy physical activity. Let me show you how!
That Fit Life
Did you know that "fit" women have much lower rates of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer?
You don't have to be an elite athlete to be physically fit. You also don't have to be thin to be fit. You just need to be physically active at least 4 times per week for 30 or more minutes, for the rest of your life.
But what if you don't like to exercise? What if you don't know how or what to do to become physically fit? What if you had a coach who created a program specifically for you and helped you stay accountable to it?
We can do that for you! My husband, Kurt Dallow, MD, and I created That Fit Life for women over 50 who do not exercise on a regular basis, who want to live an active lifestyle but who need help getting started and sticking with it.
I think that’s you, girlfriend.
BUT, be aware that there are serious side effects to That Fit Life, such as:
Higher energy level
Leaner, stronger body
Lower blood pressure
Lower risk for heart disease, diabetes, and cancer