For every thought that comes into our head, on the internet there is a guide, a personalized course, an ebook in free download or a thematic video channel. Paradoxically, the main limit to individual progress is the individual themselves, the lazy and accommodating one who struggles to abandon, even with thought alone, their own comfort zones.
And neither is space, because, through the net, we live immersed in the ether and even the physical places we cross are redefining themselves in a multi-functional and multi-expressive perspective. Think of the fitness room in the office, the bookshop with the yoga space, the co-working gym, the beauty salon integrated with the nutritionist's studio.
Being Jane Fonda
"A mother who is obsessed with being lean with her daughter, making diets and exercising will probably not be a good mother". Jane Fonda
From home fitness tapes to social influencer
Kayla is a positive model of body confidence that honours the most honest vocation of fitness: well-being.
So much so that it is proposed in collaboration with Sjana Elise Earp, who teaches how to improve strength, flexibility and posture with yoga; and Kelsey Wells who deals with the recovery of the physical shape of new mothers. So far, all right. Sweating with Kayla and her colleagues seems to be a healthy activity without contraindications.
What women do not say, however, is that it would be a good thing not to give in to poor illusions. To be toned down and dry, long and defined, three months may not be enough. Motivation does a lot but genetics is not an opinion.
Be consistent and in time results will come.