Gina Aliotti is a multi-awarded professional bodybuilder and competitor and is the co-founder of Devotion Nutrition, a company that helps people stay devoted to their fitness lifestyle through high-quality food products and supplements. She is also a Certified Personal Trainer, CrossFit Instructor, Yoga Instructor, and a marathon runner. In between her work as a personal trainer and a business owner, Gina spends her free time with her husband and two children while practicing self-care.
In this episode, Gina focuses on the subject of getting fit despite a busy lifestyle. She discusses the many ways fitness has elevated the non-fitness aspect of her life and how it enabled her to make smarter and healthier choices. She shares tips on how to incorporate fitness into a busy schedule and explains why consistency trumps intensity no matter what.'Fitness does not take much, but what it does take is consistency.' - Gina Aliotti Click To Tweet
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- How she became interested in fitness.
- Her professional career and how it improved other parts of her life.
- Why being too busy is no longer an excuse to not be fit.
- The importance of the mental side of fitness?
- What can being accountable do for you from a fitness viewpoint?
- The common misunderstandings about getting fit
- Knowing when fitness becomes a lifestyle.
- Tips on how to make more time for fitness.
- Why being part of a fitness community is a must.
- You can improve your fitness greatly, even if you start with just five minutes a day.
- Consistency in fitness over time is what’s going to give you the most incredible results.
- Learn what your “why” is – what will keep you going – because it makes you feel good.
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