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30 Fitness Blogs in 30 Days from Fit2B

In addition to being a fitness professional, writing is a huge outlet for me. I’m fairly certain I have never gone to sleep at night without writing something somewhere about something, either in my journal, or online, or whatever. Even so, when I dove into a 30-day blogging challenge – which I am finishing today WITH THIS BLOG RIGHT HERE – I was worried that it would break every writing bone in my body.

30 Blogs in 30 Days from Fit2B
Are you a blogger or business owner? Click the image to meet the woman behind this challenge. She’s really helped me the last 30 days to find a new stride!

But it didn’t break me. As I said here in this blog by Kayla Fioravanti, another participant in the challenge, this challenge has taught me that my writing is a huge part of my ministry to broken women who are trying to put their bodies back together. It’s revealed how I’ve run from that aspect of my ministry, because while I’m good at it, I’m lazy about it. It’s showed me how smart (and dumb) it was of me to keep dumping ideas into draft posts so that I’d have (too much) content to sort through on rainy days. It’s highlighted what my fans do and DO NOT want to hear from me. It’s forced me to create outlines, learn some new tricks, and finally figure out how to yoast my post.

Here are the 30 fitness blogs I’ve published this past month:

#1 – Protecting Your Abs When You’re Coughing & Sneezing

#2 – Protecting Your Abs When You Have a Cold: Part 2

#3 – A Fit Balanced Approach to School Lunches {And Staying Sane}

#4 – Fit2B Celebrating our 5th Anniversary!

#5 – Are You “Fit To Be” Running with A Diastasis Recti?

#6 – Racewalking My First Half Marathon

#7 – DIY: Making Elderberry Syrup in A Crockpot

Babywearing is a Workout, so learn what to do and what to avoid to get the most out of it! -fit2b.com
Day #8 had me guest blogging for gretchenlouise.com about babywearing. Click the image to read it.

#9 – Stop Body Shaming! Thinness does NOT equal Fitness! Free Video!

#10 – Diastasis Recti & Yoga … Shocking Image of Hole in Stomach! 

#11 – Healthy Home Updates That Encourage Fitness

#12 – Fit2B Auctions Shirts Worn in Workouts to Benefit Mercy in Action

#13 – State of Fit2B Adress: The Next 5 Years

#14 – Join Our November 30-Day Walking Challenge #walkthankful

#15 – What Is TummySafe Fitness for Diastasis Recti?

#16 – Five Reasons to Become a Fit2B Affiliate

#17 – Giving Diastasis Recti Time to Heal (This post was once a very VERY very long draft that might still become a book, but meanwhile I opted to break it down into 5 separate posts. So this one became the introduction for a series. See parts 1-4 below)

#18 – Five Little Fitness Things to {NOT} Obsess About

#19 – Three Times to Use Timers for Better Health & Fitness

#20 – Part 1: Hope for When That Diastasis Recti Will Not Close!

#21 – Part 2: How Your Chemistry Affects Your Diastasis Recti

#22 – Healthy Christmas Gifts Based on The 6 Dimensions of Wellness (I needed a brain break from the series)

#23 – Part 3: How Emotions Affect Your Diastasis Recti

#24 – How Sit-Ups Hurt Veterans with Diastasis (another brain break and honoring Veterans day)

How your biomechanics affect your diastasis recti, pelvic floor and more! -fit2b.com
#25 – How Your Position Affects Your Poochy Tummy. Click the image to read it, and YES indeed I really do use this station. I’m sitting at it right now. See below! The seat is an Ikea alseda stool made from straw/rushes over a wire frame.

#26 – Free Podcast: Diastasis & Tummy Fitness 

#27 – Practical Tips for PMS + A Special Routine

#28 – Why Fixing Your Core Won’t Save You

#29 – Build a Better Belly: 10 Times to Align

#30 – The one you’re reading right  now about all the fitness blogs I’ve written.

Position yourself in many places while you work on the computer, and your body will thank you! -Beth, Fit2b.com
I literally just took this and added the words and sent it from my phone to this post. I use the green foam block to stretch. Moving it around with my feet while I write feels good. Both the small wooden spool and the alseda ikea stool together cost me less than $30 at resale vintage shops.

Whew! Praise Jesus I’m done … for now …

As a child, I wrote about flowers and ponies and babies. As a teenager, I took journalism classes and wrote about school mischief and politics. As a college student at OSU, I was a paid news writer and fitness columnist at The Daily Barometer. For the past 5 years, I’ve written all the content here on Fit2B plus so many guests posts for other sites.

Sometimes, I do so much writing for others and with daily member communication, that this blog gets neglected. Accepting this blogging challenge forced me to knuckle-down and allow all the stuff in my brain to flow. It forced me to quit agonizing and start writing. It forced me to open up more. It forced me to take a hard look at old draft posts and trash a lot of things to find the good stuff. Call me crazy, but I’m looking forward to the next one already!

If you have an idea for a blog I should write, or if you’d like to have me as a guest blogger on your site, please leave a comment. I’d love to hear your input! Thanks! 

Here are a few images from some personal favorite fitness blogs that I’ve written for other amazing sites. Just click the images to be taken to the articles!

4 belly bummers that could be sabotaging your core workouts? -fit2b.com
Click the image to read this one over at Whole New Mom
Did You Hear the One About the Fitness Chick Who Says YES to Coffee But NO to Sit ups, Planks, & Crunches? -fit2b.com
Click the image to read my guest article over on Smithspirations.
The Funny Side of Oil Pulling -fit2b.com
Click this image to read my funny stories about oil pulling at Hybrid Rasta Mama

30 Fitness Blogs in 30 Days

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