Fit2B CyberMonday Sale!
Over the course of the coming weeks and months I’m going to be talking about my journey with Fit2B. Now I realize if I was really organized and thought ahead with my blog posts I would have been doing this all along for you to have “proof” of how good of a deal this sale is going to be and how much it could help you.
But since I’m not that organized, and have only been successfully thinking ahead but not actually blogging ahead, trust me… You want to grab a membership TODAY during the sale.
(I’ve been trying to get this post live for three days, but with traveling and not quite having figured out my mobile posting workflow yet… well it hasn’t happened. So sorry for the short notice but trust me it’s worth it.)
Here is the link to the details on the Fit2B Cyber Monday Sale. This is an affiliate link and if you do join Fit2B I will earn a small commission which my family will be able to put to good use, like continuing my Fit2B journey.
Since starting Fit2B, even without a complete commitment I have seen an improvement. I have to be honest, my diastasis recti (DR) is still very wide. But I can feel it getting stronger. On one side it has closed a little, and I’m trying to remember that when I am getting frustrated as I look down and do not feel as much progress as I would like.
Because of my most recent hernia surgery it has been a long summer of recovery for me and it is likely going to be continuing through the coming winter months as the first surgery was not a complete success. Sometimes there are disadvantages to living in a small town with a small town hospital.
My goal is to continue the Fit2B while I talk with my doctor about my hernia repair this summer and the setback. Fit2B is a gentle enough exercise that I can continue it right now without fear of hurting myself further.
My goal here, is to blog regularly about my journey, however long it may be. Once a week at most but through it I hope to show that even those of us with the most broken of cores can do something to help ourselves. That first step is signing up. Sometimes that first step is the hardest.