Does E2M Fitness work for women over 50?

Will E2M Fitness work for women over 50

How ya doing, Christian Lady? I hope you are incredibly well! Me? I’m fine, but in full disclosure, I currently have so many things going on in my life that I cannot control. So, daily, I find myself yearning for so unlessmething I CAN regulate. Since this is a Christian lifestyle blog, let me talk about a personal area of my life that is spinning out of control, and I’m sure, many other women can relate to it. So, this week, I’ve decided my weight is something I choose to get under wraps. Honestly, I haven’t been able to manage it on my own, so I’m trying E2M Fitness to see if it will help. Being a woman of a certain age, I wonder, will E2M Fitness work for women over 50?

Well, I’ve tried keto, and my hair started falling out.

Then I went back to WW (i.e., Weight Watchers), and it seems my ears have gone deaf to their tactics and their stupid points system.

Points should be used in video games, not my life.

Ironically, someone in my life casually mentioned she started a plan and lost like sixteen pounds. She is a physician, so my ears perked. After all, I knew she wouldn’t do anything unhealthy. Besides that, I trust her as a friend and sister.

So, I decided to give it a try, too.

Why do I need a plan like E2M?

Some people can lose weight without a program or by saying they have decided to, like Kim Gravel. See her video below.

I, on the other hand, need a little structure. No, I need A LOT of structure.

I need to know what to eat and not even think about those things I should not have.

That’s the problem I have with WW. The plan allows you to eat just about anything as long as you don’t go over points.

This means I can theoretically eat an entire cake in one sitting, after which eat zero-point foods the rest of the day and be perfectly within the program. They don’t recommend doing that, of course, but the mere fact I’ve figured out how to “game” the system means I need more boundaries around what I can do and what I cannot do.

Keto was really good for me in that way because I am not the type of person who can easily eat ONE chip. Girl, one chip turns into 20 as I am slowly mesmerized by the crunch and the salty euphoria.

Nah, for me, it’s better to say, “NO chips for you!”

About the plan and wondering will E2M Fitness work for women over 50 …at yes we have movedthis one?

It’s called E2M, which stands for Eager to Motivate. You can visit the website here:

From what I can tell, it runs in 8-week increments.

That in itself is genius.

Hey, have you ever heard the old song “One Day at a Time?”

The lyrics are below:

E2M Fitness work for women over 50

That is not only the way the Lord wants us to live our lives, but it is also how I MUST live mine.

I often lose track of the “long game” with WW because my goal seemed so far away.

What I mean is I want to lose 30 pounds.

That’s a lot of poundage.

However, it feels manageable if I think of losing it in small increments. It feels like something I can do.

I can’t really “think” in years, but I CAN think in weeks!

My entry into the program

First, I got the email below. See, since the sessions occur in 8-week increments, they are not taking everyone all the time.

That, I really like.

There is an intentionality about this program. If they were just about money and bulk enrollments, they would take everyone any time, right?

E2M Fitness work for women over 50 website

IMPORTANT NOTE: I will not show any other graphics or emails from E2M as it is for clients only. I figured the above graphic was okay since it was a promotional email.

Anyway, after I got the email, I rushed to sign up. The fee is an affordable $40 a week

Truth be told, I am unsure if my enthusiasm was linked to my desire to change my life or the anticipation I felt as I waited for the enrollment season to begin – either way, I eagerly signed up.

After doing so, I learned I’d need to find my way back to Facebook to participate in the E2M program.


I opted to sign up with my new profile, which has no friends yet. Using this profile was sure not to lure me back onto the madness called Facebook.

But, after almost five days, I got no reply.

Towards the end of the week, I figured they did NOT approve me because my Facebook profile may seem “business-like” or be perceived as spammy.

See the profile below. Would you think that is a spammer?

Anyway, it took me a few days to realize I hadn’t been approved, so I reached out and got a speedy reply.

It took a while for the approval itself to happen (maybe a few hours), so I just went to the market to buy the stuff I figured would be on the plan.

The things I focused on were:

  1. Vegetables: I loaded up on a colorful array of veggies -spinach, kale, arugula), bell peppers, broccoli, cauliflower, collard greens, and carrots.

  2. Lean Proteins: I added lean protein sources like skinless chicken breast, turkey, and lean cuts of beef.

  3. Fish: I included fatty fish like salmon, which is rich in omega-3 fatty acids.

About this time, my friend texted me her food list for the week so I’d have an idea of what to get.

Fortunately, I had in my basket most of the items I would need this week – according to her list.

But, I did saunter over to grab some water enhancer (yes, I’m one of the people who dislike drinking water).

Shut up…I hear your criticism of my silliness. I don’t get it myself. I just hate water.

Where I am now…it is a sad place.

I am at my all-time highest weight.

Largely because of my love affair with late-night snacking, but also because, again, I’m going through THE hardest season of my life so far since being alive.

Food has been a suitable companion and a consistent source of comfort.

I know.

I know.

Food is not actually comforting me, and only Jesus should do that. But, truth be told, even temporarily, I feel comforted after some peanut M&Ms. I am ashamed of it, but it is what it is. I feel like trash because I cannot seem to control my eating. So many parts of my life are crazy. I feel like I’m living in spiritual attack – and my fighting is not with the right weapons.

My weapons are “mighty in God for pulling down strongholds, casting down arguments and every high thing that exalts itself against the knowledge of God, bringing every thought into captivity to the obedience of Christ.” That’s 2 Corinthians 10:4. But I am not governing my thoughts. That’s another post and another conversation.


I am ready to change. It is time to change. I wonder why I do this to myself. I think it has something to do with watching two people I love hurting and being helpless to do anything about it.

The feeling of being able to “do something” about something (like cooking, eating, etc.) makes me feel powerful in some area of my life.

There is something weirdly gratifying about having something that was once there not there after I eat it all.

Sort of like popping the plastic little bubbles on the bubble wrap.

I can’t explain it. But that’s how I feel.

Well. I am going to log off now to read what I will do in the next 8-weeks. If all goes well, I hope to be a bit lighter – weight-wise, anyhow.

Be sure to follow me on GodsyGirl Teri on FB to see when I post my next update!

I hope it is good news!

Either way, I will keep you posted.

Update: Day one was an intermittent fasting fail. I woke in the night and snacked. 🙁 So, this is the following day. I won’t eat until 7:00 amam. Let’s see how that works for me. Won’t eat after 7. Pray for me, Girl! This night eating is wicked!

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