Have you considered WHY it’s important to take care of our bodies?
1 Corinthians 6:19-20 says:
It’s super important to understand that our bodies are God’s new temple!
In the Old Testament, God’s temple was a physical place where God’s spirit dwelled, and only a lucky few got to be in God’s presence. But once Jesus died for us and he sent the Holy Spirit to live IN us, God’s temple is now our bodies, and we all have full access to Him and His power! That’s pretty awesome if you stop and think about it.
Do you often struggle with your nutrition?
Have you ever considered these 3 things that constantly work against us as humans?
Do you want to get fit or lose weight but you’re just too afraid to do it?
🔹Are you paralyzed to get started?
🔹Are you defeated before you even begin?
🔹Do you disguise your fear as being “too busy”?
Let me give you some motivation as we start the week…
I wasn’t always a fitness nut. This is where life has taken me over the last 10 years.
If you’re going to follow me as a coach, then I want you to know me and know WHY I’m doing this. WHY I decided to become a coach and run my business on Facebook and Instagram. Please know my reasons don’t work for everyone, and I’m SO thankful for the great teachers that have taught my kids (the career I have given up). But for me, here are my top 5 reasons (will you make it to #5?): Continue reading
Over the past few months, I have been becoming more and more interested in the ingredients in my food, especially those in my daily dose of dense nutrition – AKA Shakeology. I’ve been drinking it for close to 2 years now, and while I have been able to talk about how it has so drastically changed the way I feel, I’ll admit I wasn’t sure what was it in that made the difference. Enter the 31 Days of “What’s in Shakeology?” that I created on my Facebook like page (you can find it HERE). It certainly doesn’t cover them all, considering that there are 70 super foods, but it’s a start. I thought it would be helpful to have them all in one spot and others agreed, so here you go… Continue reading
Life is full of ups and downs, trials and triumphs. It’s certainly not predictable. Often times life can be going along just fine, and then without any warning, it happens: a struggle we didn’t see coming. One that flips our world upside down and makes us reevaluate what’s important. I like to think that I’m a pretty optimistic person and one that tries to find value in every situation, so when I had a life-interrupting struggle last year, I looked for meaning. This story is about how my struggle became a rescue mission. A time when God rescued me from myself and returned me to the life He intended for me. Continue reading
I’m having a bit of a struggle right now. Not a mind-blowing, life-altering struggle, but it is a life-interrupting struggle.
You see, I am temporarily handicapped.
Two ligaments in my ankle were surgically repaired after I was told my ankle would never be the same, that I’d be susceptible to ankle sprains and my ankle popping out of socket the rest of my life if I didn’t fix them.
Excuse me? I can’t have ankle sprains all the time. Ow, painful life, and besides, I’m way too active for that. I thrive on running races, exercising, and just being active.
So now I’m on crutches for four weeks, in a boot for two weeks after that, and who knows what comes next? Maybe back in my brace for a few months? Anyhow, I’m not allowed to put any weight on my injured leg. GAH! This is not a good thing for a mom who’s used to being on the go, getting things done, and being self-reliant. You don’t realize how much that skill (and by skill, I simply mean walking) impacts the rest of your life. Continue reading
Hi, there! Thanks for checking out my page. My name is Amy Jordan, and I’m so glad you’re here. Let me tell you a bit about myself. I’m a mother of two fabulous kids, Andrew and Allison, and married to a great guy named Michael (and if you didn’t catch that, yes, his name is Michael Jordan – we get the “you look a bit different” jokes all the time). I was a 4th grade teacher for 8 years, and then became a stay at home mom when my son was born in 2006.
Since I’ve taken on the role of stay-at-home mom, I’ve been an online instructor for a graduate class for teachers, and now I’ve become Beachbody coach. Don’t know what that is? I help you find a workout program that will fit your needs, invite you try Shakeology, which is my secret weapon when it comes to nutrition, and then support you on your fitness journey in one of our private accountability groups. You’ll have everything you need to get results. It’s not as much fun to do this on your own, so let’s do it together! Continue reading