My husband and I are both the same age, and we’ve been a couple since high school.
- I’ve always made health and fitness a priority in my life.
Despite taking care of three children, working a full-time job and keeping up with household tasks, I’ve set aside time to workout every day. As I’ve grown older, I’ve needed to work harder to keep my same weight and stay in shape. I’ve become more conscientious about what I eat. I’ve stopped eating any type of fast food, processed food or sugary snacks. I no longer drink coffee, alcohol or soda. I’ve introduced all sorts of vegetables, fruits and lean fruits into my diet and minimized the amount of pasta, cheese and red meats. Every day, I make sure to spend at least thirty minutes on some type of high intensity cardio activity. I go for runs, bike rides, swim and jump rope. Because of this, I’ve never had any serious health issues. I’m still strong and haven’t needed to adjust my life. My husband refuses to workout. I can’t even get him to stretch a little or go for a walk with me. He drinks lots of coffee, smokes and typically eats a steak for dinner. He’s put on a great deal of weight, and he constantly complains of back aches, sore joints and issues with his feet. We’re 55 years old right now, and I’m worried about my husbands future health and quality of life. I intend to take very good care of myself and refuse to slow down. I don’t know what it’s going to take to convince my husband to change his lifestyle.
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