#EachForEqual campaign message 2020 this Women’s Day. The campaign highlights, forging equality in six key areas crucial to a “healthier, wealthier and more harmonious” world. One of the campaign highlights, Empowering women through health education of which Women Fitness has been an integral part for more than 20 years.
The WF team through relentless hard work has brought interviews of female achievers from different arenas of life, sports, theatre, fitness, politics and social service this women’s day to spread awareness on how important it is to come forward and take responsibility for a “healthier, wealthier and more harmonious” world.
“Both my training and diet are organised together, routine is crucial and once you establish a one that works for you, the changes will be noticed. A healthy diet and planned exercise regime can help to eliminate the days stress and pressure from work or life in general. If your body feels good, then you will ultimately feel 100 times better.” Victoria Barr, an athlete who represented Great Britain at the 2008 & 2009 Summer Olympics in the 4x400m women’s relay.
Tennis star Serena Williams is another example who had to “to break down many barriers on the road to success, and one of the biggest obstacles faced by female athletes are the constant reminders that they are not men.
She also highlighted how she is often referred to as one of the best “female”…