I’m Your Venus: Fitness and Fertility

I’m Your Venus: Fitness and Fertility

Fitness and fertility are two topics that many women want to know more about. They’re both related, but they aren’t always discussed together.

Many women don’t realize there’s a link between them. That’s why it’s so important to learn all you can about these subjects!

It may seem like common sense, but most women don’t exercise regularly enough or at all when they could be doing just that. Some women think they’re too busy with their careers or other responsibilities to exercise.

Others believe that if they do exercise, it will negatively impact their jobs or relationships.

But what happens when you stop exercising? What happens if you start working out again?

If you’re one of those women who thinks she’ll never feel good enough to workout again, then you need to hear this message loud and clear!

You might not even know it, but you’ve been exercising too much. You haven’t exercised enough.

And that’s because you haven’t been getting enough sleep! If you don’t get enough rest, your body won’t recover properly from exercise and your workouts will suffer.

So what does a woman do if she doesn’t get enough rest?

She exercises less!

So let me ask you this question: Do YOU ever feel tired during the day?

Of course not! You’re full of energy and ready to take on the day.

So why is it that you can’t sleep more than five hours a night? You obviously don’t need all those z’s, so what’s the problem?

The problem is, you’re not doing any kind of exercise on a regular basis. All that stored-up energy isn’t being used up. And all this unused energy is manifesting itself in the form of poor sleep habits.

So what’s the solution?

You need to start an exercise program. But not just any exercise program. You need to start an exercise program that’s specifically designed for women like you. An exercise program that is catered to your unique needs. An exercise program that will get you into the best shape of your life! I’m talking, of course, about Fertile Feet!

Fertile Feet is a revolutionary new exercise program developed just for women like you! It’s fun.

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It’s easy to learn. And it promises to get you into the best shape of your life! You’ll be dancing your way to a happier, healthier you in no time at all! Best of all, it’s never too late to start. Even if you’ve been neglecting your health for years, Fertile Feet can help you. It’ll take a little longer, but the results will be well worth it.

The wonderful thing about Fertile Feet is that it’s not an exercise program you have to stick to one location to do. You can do it at home, in the park, at work or even on a plane!

Fertile Feet is great for people of all ages and fitness levels.

So what are you waiting for?

The first step is to find a copy of the Fertile Feet instructional DVD or video. (You can find out where by checking the Fertile Feet website.) The next step is to follow the easy-to-learn steps inside and get dancing! If you have trouble remembering the steps, don’t worry. Just take your time and practice as often as you can until the moves become natural. In no time at all, Fertile Feet will become a regular part of your life.

Now keep in mind that Fertile Feet is just the beginning. Once you’ve mastered the basic steps, there are all kinds of variations and advanced moves you can start learning.

It’s like a dance that never ends! So enjoy yourself and have fun. That’s what it’s all about.

Once you’ve learned all the moves and feel comfortable dancing on your own, you might want to try leading a class. That’s right, with Fertile Feet, you can actually get paid to dance!

It’s a great way to make some extra money if you need it. And it’s also a great way to stay in shape and have fun while doing it. It’s an exercise program that is as fun as it is beneficial.

And what more could you ask for?

So don’t delay. Start learning Fertile Feet today!

Good luck!

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See What’s Trending In Health & Fitness by SAF Flat – todharkins.com

Preferred women’s waist-to-hip ratio variation over the last 2,500 years by J Bovet, M Raymond – PLoS One, 2015 – journals.plos.org

Surgery-for-life: aging, sexual fitness and self-management in Brazil by A Edmonds – Anthropology & Aging, 2014 – anthro-age.pitt.edu

Brain Fitness for Women: Keeping Your Head Clear & Your Mind Sharp at Any Age by K Duke – Fitness, 2007

(Dis) embodying gender and sexuality in testicular cancer by S Kornblatt – 2012 – books.google.com

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