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Main eBook:”Mindful Fitness: Take Care of Your Mind and Body by Combining Exercise with Mindfulness”

(4,494 words, 20 pages, 10 images)

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Table of Contents for the Mindful Fitness PLR eBook:

What Is Mindful Fitness?……………………………………………………………. 3

Why It’s Growing in Popularity………………………………………………………………… 4

Who is Mindful Fitness For?………………………………………………………………………………. 4

The Benefits of Mindful Fitness………………………………………………… 5

Mental Stamina…………………………………………………………………… 5

Movement Helps with Recovery…………………………………………………………….. 6

Improved Stamina……………………………………………………………………. 6

Improved Mobility and Flexibility………………………………………………… 6

Improved Strength………………………………………………………………. 7

Improved Longevity………………………………………………… 7

Meditation……………………………………………………………………………………………. 7

Reduced Risk of Chronic Disease………………………………………………….. 8

Improved Self-care………………………………………………………………. 8

Teaching You to Say No (and to say Yes to the right things)……………………………… 8

Appreciating the Moment…………………………………………………………………… 8

Improved Mental and Physical Awareness………………………………………………. 9

Knowledge is Power!!!!………………………………………………………. 10

How You Can Integrate Mindful Fitness into Your Routine…………………. 11

Walking…………………………………………………………………….. 11

Yoga……………………………………………………………………………………. 11

Pilates……………………………………………………………………………….. 12

Barre…………………………………………………………………………………….. 12

Resistance Bands and Body Weight Strength Training…………………………….. 13

Kettlebells…………………………………………………………………. 13

Martial Arts………………………………………………………………….. 13

Running……………………………………………………………………. 14

Jump Rope………………………………………………………………….. 14

Weight Training………………………………………………………….. 14

Qi Gong/Tai Chi……………………………………………………………. 14

8 Tips for Mindful Fitness…………………………………………………………………… 16

Getting Started with Mindful Fitness………………………………………… 19

Try Something New…………………………………………………………………… 19

One Day A Week, Then Increase or Modify as Needed…………………….. 19

Don’t Neglect Full on Rest Days………………………………………………… 19

What If You Find Yourself Pushing Too Hard?…………………………………… 19

Don’t Track, Just Be……………………………………………………………………… 20

 

Sample Content for the Mindful Fitness PLR eBook:

What Is Mindful Fitness?

There are many different approaches to exercising. There is the long moderate cardio approach. With this approach you put in 20-60 (or more) minutes jogging, cycling, or some other form of cardio at least five days a week. Then there’s the HIIT approach. With this approach you work out at 100% intensity for just a few minutes each day. There are boot camps as well. With all of these approaches there is an absence of something that is vitally important to fitness and health. We’re talking about mindfulness.

Mindfulness is defined as, “a mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique.” (dictionary.com)

In general terms it means that you’re not “putting in time” to achieve a goal or striving for a maximum heart rate to achieve a fitness goal. You’re not even performing a certain number of workouts each week. Rather, with mindful fitness you’re paying attention to how you feel both before, during, and after your workout.

At its core, Mindful fitness is about awareness.

Why It’s Growing in Popularity

Mindful fitness isn’t anything new. Yoga is a perfect example of a fitness activity that emphasizes mindfulness. And there are other examples. What’s happening is that people are learning that following a “program” designed by someone else with different goals, skills, and abilities isn’t always a terrific idea. They’re starting to look inward and find balance between meeting their health and fitness goals, and finding an approach that works for them.

Mindfulness also helps you get the most from your workout. By integrating awareness and “checking in” during your workout, you can tell whether you should go harder, pull back, or stop altogether. Honestly, most people find that when they take a mindful fitness approach, they improve the quality of their workouts and their results too. You may find that you work out less often, but that your workouts are stronger, better, faster and you make new gains.

Who is Mindful Fitness For?

Mindful fitness is for you if:

  • You’re not getting the results you want from your workouts
  • You are getting bored with your workouts
  • You are experiencing injuries from your workouts
  • You want to feel more connected to your health, fitness, and body
  • You’re not sure if you’re working out in a way that is supporting you
  • You want to take your workouts to the next level, but you’re not sure how
  • You’re looking for a way to combine meditation and working out (hey, you multitaskers out there! This is for you)
  • You’re looking for more peace of mind
  • You’d like to learn how to improve your focus

Before we dive into the many different ways you can add mindful fitness to your lifestyle, let’s talk about the benefits, because many of them may surprise you.

 

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Short Report:”Top Mindfulness Exercises You Can Try Today”

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Empower Pilates Resistance Band and Toning Bar – 520 words

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5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: How to Be More Present

Email1-What does it mean to be more present – 414 words

Email2-Two benefits of being more in the present – 408 words

Email3-The exercise factor – 382 words

Email4-The value of mindfulness when being more present – 286 words

Email5-Other ways to increase being in the present – 478 words

 

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Email #4 “ The value of mindfulness when being more present

Welcome to another lesson. Mindfulness is about living in the present. By doing so you are not depressed about what happen in the past or anxious what is about to happen in the future. All you are focused on is today and what is happening at the moment good, bad or otherwise. It all deserves your undivided attention.

Not living in the present can be dangerous too. For example, lets say you are doing something in the kitchen with a sharp knife or driving on the freeway. Not being in the present in either situation can result in a trip to the Emergency Room or worse.

But it is easy to drift out of being in the present. Let me give you an example. Lets say you are going on a trip of your lifetime, one that has been on your bucket list for a long time. As the day you leave draws near, you think about in the days preceding the big day of the trip. However, during those days before, you missed out on everything that was happening around you because your mind was on your trip. If asked what happened three days ago, you most likely cant answer because that day you were not in the present.

With mindfulness you are experiencing what is happening around you without passing judgment. Without it, you judge what is happening around you and therefore not getting the full value from the experience.

In the final lesson we are going to talk about breathing and a couple of other exercises you can do when you feel yourself drifting out of the moment. See you then!

 

High Quality Mindful Fitness PLR Articles:

3 Types of Exercise That Are Good for Your Mind as Well as Your Body – 395 words

3 Ways to Be More Present – 432 words

4 Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness  – 421 words

4 Breathing Exercises to Help You Stay Mindful – 396 words

4 Mindful Stretching Exercises – 409 words

4 Tips for Improving Your Overall Health – 423 words

Breathing Exercises to Help You Relax – 403 words

Can Mindfulness Help Anxiety and Depression? – 411 words

How Can Running Improve Your Mood – 399 words

How Do Endorphins Work? – 409 words

How Does Exercise Affect Your Mental Health? – 396 words

How Does Exercise Help Depression? – 413 words

How Exercise Can Help You Sleep Better – 407 words

How to Find Time to Exercise When You Are Busy – 452 words

How to Make Time for Mindfulness – 396 words

What is Mindful Movement? – 402 words

What is Mindfulness? – 420 words

What Is Moving Meditation? – 434 words

What is Walking Meditation? – 424 words

Why Exercising Outdoors is Good for the Mind – 402 words

 

Mindful Fitness PLR Article Sample:

3 Ways to Be More Present

Being present means to be aware of your surroundings. At first, that may sound odd, but when you think about it, how many people go about their daily lives without stopping to admire what’s around them. Whenever people get old or seriously sick, they always make it a point to “stop and smell the roses.” But, you don’t have to wait for old age to start doing that. By being more present, you will develop both a greater appreciating for life and for all the beauty that surrounds you. With that in mind, here are 3 ways to be more present in your day-to-day life.

Listen to classical music

Not everyone out there is a fan of classical music, and I get that. But, because of the lack of lyrics and the lack of heavy instruments like guitars and drums, classical music is somewhat unique in its ability to soothe the mind. So, even if you think that you aren’t a fan of classical music, it might still be worthwhile to look around and see if you can’t find some classical music that appeals to you. Being able to just focus on music, without listening to lyrics, is a great way to be more present. While listening to the music you can focus on your surroundings, clear your mind, etc.

Meditate and/or do yoga

If you want to pay greater attention to your surroundings, then you can’t really do better than yoga or meditation (ideally, you’d do both). Yoga and meditation both require you to learn crucial skills such as controlled breathing, how to clear your mind and focus, etc. These skills are important if you want to be more present in your day-to-day life (also, yoga doubles as great exercise, so there is added incentive to pick it up).

Develop rituals and appreciate them

One of the best things you can do to be more present is to develop rituals and actually appreciate doing them. For example, if you are like most people, you probably start your day by drinking coffee. Starting now, instead of drinking your coffee while scrambling around to get ready for work or checking your emails, sit outside and drink your coffee. You can sit there and take in your surroundings for 10-15 minutes before continuing on with your day. Likewise, on your commute to work, don’t spend the entire commute looking at your phone. Actually take in the sights as you ride the bus, train, etc.

These may sound like minor things, but they all teach you to be more perceptive and aware of your surroundings.

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10 Ways to Be More Mindful PLR Report Article Sample:

Introduction

The word mindful, like a lot of English words, was created by combining 2 words. “Mind” and “full” combine to create a word which could literally be interpreted as having a “full mind”. If you have recently taken in any information about mindfulness and how it can deliver so many wonderful mental and physical benefits, you may be thinking, “My mind is already jammed full!”

And in truth, the hectic, information overload experience that makes up most people’s daily routine probably does have your mind working in overdrive just to keep pace. Your brain probably really is full. But is it full of the right things? Mindfulness is actually defined as “the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something.” Oxford Dictionaries also points to mindfulness as…

“A mental state achieved by focusing one’s awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one’s feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique.”

When you are intentionally mindful, you are being honest about your present moment and situation. Your mind is full, but it is filled with understanding your present situation, environment, and feelings, and using this knowledge to achieve mental and physical benefits. This is a nonjudgmental accepting of your emotions, sensations and ideas in “the present moment”.

The Sutra on the Four Establishments of Mindfulness reveals that there are 4 areas for mindfulness practice:

  • Mindfulness of the emotions
  • Being mindful of your body
  • Practicing mindfulness in your mind
  • Being mindful of the objects in your mind

Mindfulness as a meditative practice can be summed up as “paying attention on purpose” to the present moment. An intentionally mindful attitude, meditating and focusing on your current experience, has been shown to reduce stress and improve cardiovascular health. In can even bolster your immune system and deliver other physical rewards as well as mental benefits. Practice the following 10 ways to be more mindful on a daily basis and you can find yourself conquering many mental and physical issues in your life.

 

Walking Your Way to Fitness PLR Report – 4580 words

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Introduction – Walking Is a Simple and Powerful Way to Get In Shape

You walk every day. You walk to your car, you walk to your kitchen and maybe you walk your dog. It’s as natural as eating or sleeping, and you’ve probably been walking for a few decades. So it might surprise you to learn that this fundamental way of moving around is actually quite good for your health and wellbeing.

There are an abundance of mental, physical, and emotional benefits to walking. In fact, walking has been shown to improve sleep, treat depression, and to reverse chronic health conditions like type 2 diabetes.

10,000 steps and beyond

It takes around ten minutes to walk 1000 steps. Doctors recommend about 10,000 steps a day, which is the equivalent of about 100 minutes of exercise. Once you’ve achieved the 10,000 steps a day, you can increase the intensity, steps, and other exercises into your day so that you continue improving your health and fitness.

The great thing about walking

What’s uniquely wonderful about walking is that most everyone can do it. You don’t need any special skills to walk. Fancy and expensive equipment isn’t required. You can be in terrible health or good health and walk. People all ages and abilities can benefit from walking. You don’t even have to go outside to walk. A simple walking treadmill can help you exercise while you work, watch television, or keep an eye on young children.

All at once or in small bites

Walking is also a fitness activity that can be enjoyed on a schedule that fits your needs. For example, if you have time to go for an hour long walk in the morning, great. If you don’t have time for that, you can break your walks up into ten or fifteen minute increments. Take a short walk in the morning, at lunch, and in the early evening.

Because it’s an easy activity to engage in that doesn’t require a trip to the gym or specialty equipment, you can fit it into your life more easily. And let’s face it – it’s a lot easier to talk yourself into taking a walk than it might be to head to the gym.

The health benefits will motivate you to start walking…

The mental and emotional benefits will keep you motivated. Walking benefits your mind, body, and emotions. After a week or so, you’ll be hooked. Let’s start by talking about the amazing health benefits that walking delivers.

 

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Are You Setting Your Fitness Goals Correctly? (645 words)

Avoiding the Curse of False Hope (789 words)

Being Rigid and Flexible During Your Fitness Journey (722 words)

Setting Milestones in Your Fitness Journey (618 words)

Your New Year Fitness Goals Can Begin in August! (979 words)

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Avoiding the Curse of False Hope

You’ve probably never heard of this curse – but it trips up millions of people daily. It ruins their dreams and their lives. It leaves them hopeless and unhappy with themselves. In this article, we’ll look at how insidious the curse of false hope is and how it pertains to your fitness and health.

In fact, this curse can permeate into every aspect of your life, if you let it. There’s good news though – you can prevent it… and you’re going to find out how.

  • Avoiding the hype

The important point to note here is that it’s NOT your fault. This curse is a result of society’s obsession with overnight results and also sleazy marketing tactics.

If you’ve watched infomercials, you’d have seen weight loss pills that promise fast weight loss in 2 weeks. You may have seen weird contraptions that can vibrate and jiggle your fat belly for 10 minutes a day and leave you with ripped abs.

You may have seen websites and products on the internet that tell you how you can get rich fast by doing 20 minutes of work daily.

ALL OF THESE are playing to your desires of getting the most that life can give you – without much effort on your part.

Herein lies the problem – life is not playing along with these hyped-up claims. Most of the marketing you see with these products are nothing more than false hope. The products will curse you the moment you buy into their hype. You’ve set yourself up for failure before even you get started.

  • Hollywood does it too

Wait, what? Yes… the movies you watch can curse you too. There are many inspirational movies that show success stories of how people rose from abject failure to unimaginable heights of success.

It all looks good and feels good. The movies may be dramatized a little, but they’re also based on true stories – which makes the entire movie even more misleading.

Why?

Simple. Most movies are about 90 to 120 minutes long. The success story is summarized within this short time when in reality, the person who succeeded may have gone through countless failures and taken years or decades to reach success.

It’s impossible to understand the difficulty and persistence required to go through the hard yards for so long when it’s all over and done with in a 2-hour movie.

People watching these movies feel motivated and inspired, but fail to take into account just how much time and effort will be required. They are filled with false hopes based on a movie that doesn’t paint an accurate picture of the time investment and energy required to attain the pinnacles of success.

  • What’s the cure?

The cure is common sense. Do not buy into the hype. Everything that you want to achieve in life that’s worth having will take time – and it will take far longer than you think.

Be prepared. If you set a New Year’s resolution to lose weight and build a body that turns heads, you’re not going to achieve it in 2 weeks or even a month. The hype you see on the infomercials and weight loss ads are just hype.

  • False hope VS reality

If you’re 40 pounds overweight, it may take you 5 months to lose the excess fat. You’ll already be in May by the time you get to your ideal weight. Sometimes it may take even longer.

By the time you start building muscle, you might be in August. That’s more than half the year gone. You were expecting fast results in a month or two… but here you are half a year later and you’re just at baseline.

Add another 6 to 8 months of consistent weight training to build muscles that actually get attention and you’re already into the NEXT YEAR! Imagine that. Your New Year’s resolution this year has taken you into the next – and you’re still working on it!

This is reality. When you understand just how long it takes, you’ll have a realistic picture and know that you’re in this for the long haul.

People who expect fast results almost always quit too soon. That’s what the curse of false hope does. It makes you give up on your goals and dreams because it makes you believe that you’re not good enough. The truth is that you just need more time.

So, give yourself that time.

Unlike text messages and microwaved meals, achieving worthy goals is NOT instant. Do your best every single day and give yourself all the time you need to get there. Progress will usually be slow… but slow progress is still progress.

The story of the rabbit and the hare nullifies the curse of false hope. Remember it when you embark on your goals.

 

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Dealing With Muscle Soreness and Pushing Forward (632 words)

How to Overcome Inertia and Cope with Lethargy (847 words)

Is Exercise Making You Sick? (817 words)

Keeping Fit Through Menopause and Beyond (611 words)

Why Exercise Is Crucial to Making You Feel Good (791 words)

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How to Overcome Inertia and Cope with Lethargy

Millions of women all over the world are dissatisfied with their bodies. Either they want to lose weight and tone their thighs or they want to look good in a bikini… Or it’s one of the many other physical goals that they have. Yet, the majority of them never achieve their goals.

Many try and give up halfway. They make some progress but before they can reach their dream body, something makes them falter and they quit. In fact, quitting and failing to achieve one’s physical goals is so common now that it has become a trend to accept yourself for what you are.

If you’re overweight or obese, you’re supposed to have self-love and acceptance. This is a HUGE mistake. It’s a trademark of people who are not willing to put in the effort to achieve their goals.

They’re like the fox in the fable that claims the grapes are sour just because it can’t reach it. If you are overweight and you’re not happy with it, the best remedy to that is to lose the excess pounds and become lithe and lean. The confidence and pride that you gain from achieving your heart’s desire is priceless.

If you just tell yourself that you’re happy where you are, deep down in your heart there will always be this niggling feeling that you could do better. You’ll always be aware of how you look or what people are thinking about you. Instead of trying to get the world to stop judging you, it’s best to do your best and help yourself get to where you want to be.

The first step to progress is taking action. No amount of reading or planning will help as far as fitness goes. You must get sweaty. You must cut your calories. Getting fit and healthy is a physical goal and must be achieved on the physical plane. The sweat from your body is fat crying.

Sweat enough and you’ll shed the fat. Here’s where the problem lies.

It takes immense effort to get started. Most women want to exercise but they keep procrastinating. The effort to get started is an obstacle that holds them back. They tell themselves, “I’ll start at the beginning of this month” or it’s “I’ll start on Monday.” It’s always some time other than the present.

Stop. Just stop. You start today, where you are. If you want to get fit, don’t think too much about it or keep planning. Wear a pair of shoes and go walking. Hit the park or the treadmill. While walking, you can do your planning in your head. The best way to overcome inertia is to take IMMEDIATE action.

Wake up 30 minutes earlier and go for a walk or do that Pilates session. Whatever it is, do not give yourself time to think. Get started.

Once you’ve started training, other than your scheduled rest days, do not skip workouts. If you skip the first one, you’ll be likely to skip the next one and so on. After a while, you’ve skipped so many that you’re back at square one… and guess what? You need IMMENSE effort to get started again!

If you’re tired of starting over, stop giving up. You’re torturing yourself. After a while, lethargy will set in. you’re just tired of yo-yoing and seeing no results. You lose faith in yourself because you keep stopping and starting.

The key is to not stop. If you’re tired on any particular day and don’t feel like working out hard, don’t skip your training. Just do a light workout. Maybe 2 or 3 sets of push-ups and squats. Even if it’s just 10 minutes, you’d have taken action.

You’ll notice that in most cases, once you start on the light workout, you’ll end up completing a full workout. You’re on a roll and you’ll keep going. It’s the inertia that is holding you back.

Even people who have the habit of regular exercise encounter inertia every now and then. The mind cooks up excuses to stop you. This is the body’s self-preservation mechanism. It doesn’t want you to exert and feel tired. So, it tries to lead you down the path of least resistance.

But if you listen to your mind, your body will suffer and over time, your self-esteem will be affected too. Many women hate themselves and their bodies because they know that they’ve not kept to their own promises. They’ve let themselves down… and they despise themselves for it.

The remedy is action. Once you take action, all self-defeating feelings and negative emotions go out the window. Action will set you free. Overthinking is often a product of underdoing.

Once you do the workouts, you’ll feel a surge of energy in you. You’ll find the motivation to keep going. When you start reducing your consumption of unhealthy foods, you’ll be motivated to clean up your diet even further. It all comes down to action which is the foundational key to all success.

Take action and overcome your inertia and lethargy. Start today. Start right now. Be the woman who decided to go for it. It is within your reach. It always was.

 

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Are you Eating because You are Hungry or Bored? (582 words)

What Excuse is Your Mind Cooking Up to Make You Skip Your Workout? (733 words)

Being Aware of Your Activity Level (551 words)

How is Your Diet and Training Making You Feel? (604 words)

Did You Catch Yourself Losing Motivation? (526 words)

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Being Aware of Your Activity Level

The advent of technology, while convenient, has actually had a negative impact on our health in one area. We’re more sedentary than ever before.

We use the elevator and the escalator instead of taking the stairs. We’d drive rather than walk 10 minutes. We spend too much time hunched in a kyphotic position and then worry about sitting disease.

We’d rather binge watch a season on Netflix than get up and walk for 30 minutes. Since habits are ingrained, we never become fully aware of just how inactive we are.

We sit in our comfort zones and wonder why we’re getting fatter. We do think about going to the gym, but it just seems like so much hassle to overcome the inertia and get started.

  • So how do you get the ball rolling?

We start with mindfulness. You’ll want to look at your life and find ways and means you could be more active. If you can walk to the mall, do it. Leave the car at home.

Lace up your sneakers and enjoy the brisk walk till you get there. Take deep breaths, feel your legs working and picture your blood circulation improving as you get healthier. Be proud of yourself for trying.

The same applies to other activities. If you can stand instead of sit, do it. You may wish to use a standing desk at work.

If you can take the stairs, do it. If your office is on the 10th floor, you may climb 3 floors first and then take the elevator the remaining 7 floors. Try to increase the levels you climb each day.

In a month, you may be able to climb all 10 floors without even losing your breath. Feel the effort that you’re expending. This is the activity that you need in your life.

  • At the gym

You may hate going to the gym or exercising in the beginning. If you feel this way, stop and ask yourself why you hate it. It’s important to know where the feelings are coming from.

If you picture yourself struggling and panting and you dislike the exertion, then do not torture yourself during the first few sessions. Tell yourself that you’ll stop when you’re getting tired.

The goal is just to get into the habit. Walk on treadmill, or do some rowing, or cycling on the stationary bike, etc. There is no wrong choice here.

You may wish to lift some weights or join a Pilates class or dance at a Zumba session. Whatever the case may be, just follow your heart. Enjoy the activity and any time you’re feeling tired or feel like you’re forcing yourself to go on – just stop and go home.

Even if the first week only sees you exercising for 15 minutes a day, that’s fine. As long as you tell yourself that you’re getting better and enjoying the process, you’ll stick with it.

Over time, not only will you find more opportunities to include more movement in your daily life, but you’ll start looking forward to your exercises sessions because they make you feel better afterward.

Then you’ll exercise harder and longer and enjoy the afterglow that comes from endorphins being released. With time, if your diet is on point, you’ll lose weight and look and feel better.

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For the first 50 buyers of this Mindful Fitness Premium PLR Package, if you grab this PLR deal right now, you’ll also get these FAST-ACTION BONUSES for a limited time only!

 

Bonus 1

5 Top Quality Summer Fitness Mindset and Motivation PLR Articles

5 Top Quality Summer Fitness Mindset and Motivation PLR Articles

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Here are the titles of the 5 Summer Fitness Articles:

  1. 4 Useful Tips to Stay on Track When Trying to Get Summer Fit (578 words)
  2. 5 Mistakes People Make When Trying to Get a Summer Body (548 words)
  3. Do You Really Need a Summer Body? (561 words)
  4. Micro Habits to Help Your Get a Beach Body in No Time at All (613 words)
  5. Understanding Why Getting a Beach Body is Harder Than Most People Realize (736 words)

 

Bonus 2

Fitness Mindset Tips PLR Report and Squeeze Page

Fitness Mindset Tips Ebook

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Package Details:

  • Images
  • Lead Magnet
  • Squeeze Page

Total File Download Size:

20.0 Megabytes (MB)

 

Bonus 3

5 High Quality Cardio For Weight Loss PLR Articles

5 High Quality Cardio For Weght Loss PLR Articles

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Here are the titles of the 5 Cardio For Weight Loss Articles:

  1. Fasted Cardio: Does it Work? (572 words)
  2. HIIT: The Most Powerful Fat Burning Protocol (540 words)
  3. How Often Should I Do Cardio to Lose Weight? (567 words)
  4. Doing Cardio to Lose Weight? Read this First! (636 words)
  5. 7 Common Cardio Mistakes That Sabotage Your Weight Loss (657 words)

 

Bonus 4

90 Unrestricted Cardio PLR Articles Pack

90 Unrestricted Cardio PLR Articles Pack

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Here are 15 titles of the 90 Unrestricted Cardio Articles:

1. 10 Common Symptoms And Signs Of High Blood Pressure
2. 10 Ways to Avoid a Heart Attack
3. A More Convenient Approach To Heart Health
4. An Overview of Heart Disease
5. Are You Having A Heart Attack
6. Atherosclerosis – Symptoms Causes prevention and Treatment
7. Benefits of measuring your own blood pressure
8. Blood Cord Bank – An introduction to cord blood stem cells
9. Blood Pressure Monitors – Why You Should Consider Monitoring At Home
10. Blood Pressure Research Report – Natural Therapy for Maintaining Healthy Blood Pressure Part 2
11. Butea Superba Mens Secret Supports Healthy Cardiovascular System
12. Cardio Exercises-Low Or High Intensity Exercise Burn Body Fat Faster
13. Cardio May Be a Waste of Time Without This Knowledge
14. Cardiovascular Disease and Women
15. Cholesterol – Good Bad…Huh

 

Bonus 5

5 High Quality Fitness Routines For Weight Loss PLR Articles

5 High Quality Fitness Routines For Weight Loss PLR Articles

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Here are the titles of the 5 Weight Loss Articles:

  1. Is Exercise Really That Important for Your Weight Loss Journey? (662 words)
  2. 4 Training Mistakes People Make When Trying to Lose Weight (662 words)
  3. Are You Killing Yourself with High Intensity Training? (639 words)
  4. How Often Should Your Exercise to Lose Weight (677 words)
  5. How to Structure a Training Program to Lose Weight (567 words)

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Package Details For The Mindful Fitness Premium PLR Package:

Main eBook:

“Mindful Fitness: Take Care of Your Mind and Body by Combining Exercise with Mindfulness”

(4,494 words, 20 pages, 10 images)

 

Short Report:

“Top Mindfulness Exercises You Can Try Today”

(1,755 words, 10 pages, 5 images)

 

Product Reviews:

“10-Minute Mindfulness: 71 Habits for Living in the Present Moment” by S.J. Scott and Barrie Davenport – 533 words

Empower Pilates Resistance Band and Toning Bar – 520 words

Flip Belt – 564 words

URBNFit Mini Pilates Ball Review – 619 words

YZLSPORTS Adjustable Jump Rope – 535 words

 

Product Comparison Review:

Top 5 Exercise Balls – 854 words

 

5 Emails/ Blog Posts:

Topic: How to Be More Present

Email1-What does it mean to be more present – 414 words

Email2-Two benefits of being more in the present – 408 words

Email3-The exercise factor – 382 words

Email4-The value of mindfulness when being more present – 286 words

Email5-Other ways to increase being in the present – 478 words

 

Mindful Fitness PLR Articles:

3 Types of Exercise That Are Good for Your Mind as Well as Your Body – 395 words

3 Ways to Be More Present – 432 words

4 Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness  – 421 words

4 Breathing Exercises to Help You Stay Mindful – 396 words

4 Mindful Stretching Exercises – 409 words

4 Tips for Improving Your Overall Health – 423 words

Breathing Exercises to Help You Relax – 403 words

Can Mindfulness Help Anxiety and Depression? – 411 words

How Can Running Improve Your Mood – 399 words

How Do Endorphins Work? – 409 words

How Does Exercise Affect Your Mental Health? – 396 words

How Does Exercise Help Depression? – 413 words

How Exercise Can Help You Sleep Better – 407 words

How to Find Time to Exercise When You Are Busy – 452 words

How to Make Time for Mindfulness – 396 words

What is Mindful Movement? – 402 words

What is Mindfulness? – 420 words

What Is Moving Meditation? – 434 words

What is Walking Meditation? – 424 words

Why Exercising Outdoors is Good for the Mind – 402 words

 

Social Media Posts & Images:

5 Shareable Social Media Tips Images

5 Shareable Social Media Inspirational Quote Images

20 Social Media Posts (for sharing on Twitter or Facebook)

+ 3 bonus bylines for article marketing or guest blogging

15 Royalty Free Images

Images of All Products Reviewed

 

Bonuses:

10 Ways to Be More Mindful PLR Report – 2231 words

Includes Word Doc and PDF formats with PLR license.

 

Walking Your Way to Fitness PLR Report – 4580 words

Includes Word Doc and .TXT formats with PLR license.

 

5 High Quality Fitness Goal Setting PLR Articles

Fitness Goal Setting PLR Article Titles:

Are You Setting Your Fitness Goals Correctly? (645 words)

Avoiding the Curse of False Hope (789 words)

Being Rigid and Flexible During Your Fitness Journey (722 words)

Setting Milestones in Your Fitness Journey (618 words)

Your New Year Fitness Goals Can Begin in August! (979 words)

These articles are available in .TXT and Word Doc format and Includes PLR License.

 

5 Top Quality Fitness Mindset For Women PLR Articles

Fitness Mindset For Women PLR Article Titles:

Dealing With Muscle Soreness and Pushing Forward (632 words)

How to Overcome Inertia and Cope with Lethargy (847 words)

Is Exercise Making You Sick? (817 words)

Keeping Fit Through Menopause and Beyond (611 words)

Why Exercise Is Crucial to Making You Feel Good (791 words)

These articles are available in .TXT and Word Doc format and Includes PLR License.

 

5 Weight Loss Psychology Maintaining Mindfulness PLR Articles

Weight Loss Psychology Maintaining Mindfulness PLR Article titles:

Are you Eating because You are Hungry or Bored? (582 words)

What Excuse is Your Mind Cooking Up to Make You Skip Your Workout? (733 words)

Being Aware of Your Activity Level (551 words)

How is Your Diet and Training Making You Feel? (604 words)

Did You Catch Yourself Losing Motivation? (526 words)

These articles are available in .TXT and Word Doc format and Includes PLR License.

 

Total Word Count: 36 000+ Words

FAST-ACTION BONUSES – Available for the first 50 buyers of this Mindful Fitness PLR Pack. You’ll no longer see these awesome extra bonuses available on this page once the 50 fast action takers have been awarded.