As you begin your quest to be fit and healthy, you may want to document the entire fitness journey.

The hard work and dedication put into working out and engaging in any physical activities should never go unrecognized.

You also have to keep track of your nutrition as you chase your fitness goals. Below are some of the reasons why you out to document that entire process:


Documenting your fitness journey makes it easy to be accountable to yourself. You put yourself under a strict routine that you are supposed to follow religiously.

There is no need to have a partner to keep you motivated. All you got is you. Therefore, you have to put in the work to achieve your fitness goals.

That is why you ought to document everything you intend to as much as staying fit is concerned to remain committed and focused. However if you want help to stay accountable, then join my free group.

Know Your Progress

It is very important to assess if your fitness journey is paying off. This means you have to monitor your progress and get to identify areas that need improvement.

As a result, you can make changes to your workout or nutrition so that you can easily get that fit body you have been yearning for.

For Comparison

Is it not a good thing to just stop for a moment and appreciate how far you have come?

This is the case when you document your fitness journey. You can easily compare your before and after. This will not only make you proud of yourself but will give you the grit to continue with your fitness challenge.

Stay Motivated

The challenges you go through to have a fit and healthy body should never be ignored. You have to record every workout session.

Take measurements of your weight, body mass index, and waist circumference at some stipulated time, just to see your progress.

This is a very uplifting approach that will motivate you to keep going once you see what you have achieved.

In the same spirit, you may decide to make necessary changes to your meal plans and physical activities so that they are in line with the fitness goals you want to achieve.

Follow Your Plan

Respecting your fitness routine, means you follow everything that you have highlighted in your plan.

This gives you the commitment to wake up every day and hit the gym or engaging in the physical activities of that day.

As you do this every day as expected, you will witness tremendous improvement in terms of your body composition and fitness levels.

Failure to stick to your plan will definitely give you unsatisfactory results.


You need a plan and routine if you really want to achieve your fitness goals.

This requires you to document your entire fitness journey to identify where you might need to make improvements, track your progress, stay motivated and just appreciate what you are doing all through.

Therefore, it is important that you follow your plan to the latter.


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Mel’s Body Squad is a healthy way to get the results you want.

Whether its fat loss, health, fitness or improve your lifestyle we can tailor a program to suit you and your families needs.

We work with a superfood nutrition product which impacts the body in a positive way, we also have amazing performance products. All of which can be added to your nutritional program.

Optional, each person is personally mentored, added to a support group and gets weekly check ins to see how we can improve on your journey.

We work in a way that doesn’t strip you from enjoying the things in life but more enjoy living 80% with good clean fun meals and 20% of the time more relaxed.

The whole family can get involved in our programs if you want.

“Strong” and “healthy” is going to look different on everyone and that’s something that we as women, need to remember. Ladies, everyBODY is different and everybody’s journey with health and fitness is going to be different.

They say “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” and I HONESTLY believe that to be true. Stop comparing yourself to other people, some people might look at me and see a large chest and a big bum and not want my body, but that’s not important. What’s important is that I WANT my body and I LOVE my body and at the end of the day that’s what matters most.

Let’s EMBRACE and accept our bodies for everything they are and stop worrying about everything they’re not.