Becoming a fit mommy is a little painful – but it is so, SO worth it

If you follow me on Twitter, you may have seen last week that I decided to become a fit mommy. And given my propensity to say that I’m just way too busy to work out, you may have found that to be a little…strange. So here’s the beef:

Back before we had Ricky, I was a workout queen. I worked out several times a week, had a gym membership, elliptical in the basement, the works. Most of the time I spent with my girlfriends was actually working out at Lifetime. It was a little obsessive.

And then we got pregnant, had a baby, and I canceled my gym membership. Workin on my fitness became a sad goal of my past life. Other than power walking and the occasional jaunt on my elliptical, I just didn’t have time. Or rather – I wasn’t willing to make the time. As hard as it is to admit it – it’s the truth...Continue reading at The Mommyhood Project

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