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Strong women teach empowerment and leadership through sports

Nowadays we associate sports with good health. But no one was looking at physical activities in such a way for a very long time. Especially women.

For generations, women wouldn’t even consider doing physical exercises as part of their healthy lifestyles. The topic was never discussed.

The only weight loss option and their most serious exercise was either the overwhelming chasing after their infants or doing all kinds of housework. Over the last few decades, however, this has changed drastically. Women now see their gym time as a stress release routine, taking breaks from their busy schedule. Today there are examples of many ladies who are not afraid to
break the generally accepted rules, express themselves freely and stand up for what they believe in. They are an inspiration for millions of women around the world. An inspiration to pursue your dreams and to be strong in this man’s world.

“We need to reshape our own perception of how we view ourselves. We have to step up as women and take the lead.”

Beyonce

More and more women take into account the importance and many benefits of physical health and overall body strength. Some start doing yoga after work, others even take it to the next level by pursuing a career in, what is considered to be, male sports. The most popular among women are basketball, volleyball, tennis, swimming and athletics. In recent years martial arts in disciplines such as boxing, wrestling, and even weightlifting gain more and more attention. All in
all, if women can participate and win Olympic sports, what does actually make them weaker than men?

The modern woman is more interested in her wellbeing now, more than ever.

There is plenty of information in social media, blogs and video platforms created especially for women and by women. It is so easy, anyone can start training from the convenience of their home. Beginners don’t need any special equipment, it’s only a matter of motivation and persistency. The right activewear is also becoming an important topic for active lifestyle seekers. A topic very near and
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In today’s dynamic, highly competitive world, piling up job responsibilities, switching from task to task and constantly proving one’s self is a daily r.

Unfortunately, humans aren’t limitless, and often times all that leads to i risk of burnout. Fortunately, there is one simple solution – regular physical exercises.

After a great workout, the body feels toned, the mind freshens and is more clear, and the spirits lift. Why would it affect the brain? Dozens of studies show
a direct link between sports and brain function. According to some studies, women in leadership positions who adhere to a regular fitness program, perform their jobs with greater ease and cope with stressful situations better. After all, if we, as women, are able to squat 70 kilos at the gym, what could possibly stop us outside the gym?!

“A woman is like a tea bag – you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.”

Eleanor Roosevelt

Even if it seems like mission impossible to sneak a workout into a busy schedule, think about that – only 30 minutes of daily exercise are enough. Of course, persistence and patience are a big part of the game, especially when chasing a long-term goal.

And not IF, but rather WHEN you stick to the plan, n changes will certainly follow. At the end of the day, it’s not just about the good-looking figure, daily workouts also promote better health and l not forget – higher confidence.

We strongly believe that every woman deserves to feel good in her own skin, and confidence is just a process that starts from the inside, but once achieved has the power to change your whole world.

Share your thoughts on the topic on our Facebook page or Instagram. What obstacles do you encounter and how do you cope with stress? What frightens you the most and what gives you the power and motivation to keep on?