- Consistently shoot for five days a week, but sometimes works out three days a week
- Walk or sprint for at least thirty minutes
- Focus on squats, lunges, and sit-ups at least 2-3 times a week
- Fruit & vegetable-filled lean shakes
- Daily vitamin supplements specifically designed for women
“I try to eat right, but I’m still southern, so bacon creeps in there sometimes. And that’s okay with me. When that happens, I know not to eat too much of it.”
Southern women are traditionally curvier and have more meat on their bones, but you shouldn’t count them out as unhealthy.
As a matter of fact, studies have shown that a woman who has more backside can lead to a healthier heart.
Some tests show women with bigger breasts have healthier eyesight.
In any case, it’s Elise’s goal to help all southern women stay fit.
“I work out three times a week,” said Neal. “I have a gym at my house where I’ll jump on the treadmill, and I do free weights. I find time by doing 200 sit-ups or some squats while watching TV! I love Tae-Bo.
I also do a workout called Barry’s Boot Camp. You sprint for a minute, walk, sprint again, work with resistance bands for your arms. It’s a way to get shapely arms without building them up too big.”