Workouts for Moms Expert Holly Rigsby Currently Running 21 Day Lunch Box Challenge on Facebook

Busy moms fitness company Fit Yummy Mummy is currently in the midst of a 3 week promotion called the 21 Day Lunch Box Challenge. In the challenge, Rigsby is attempting to craft creative recipes for her children’s lunch boxes for 21 straight days.

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Holly Rigsby, Busy Mom Fat Loss Coach

Elizabethtown, KY (PRWEB) September 29, 2012

Holly Rigsby, owner of busy mom workout company Fit Yummy Mummy, is in the midst of a 21 Day Lunch Box Challenge on Facebook. During the challenge, Rigsby is crafting creative lunches for her children’s school lunches and posting the photos and recipes to Facebook.

Throughout the challenge, Rigsby has put an interesting spin on the concept of school lunches. Rather than giving her kids standard fare such as chips and soda, she has made an effort to provide her children with “tasty, healthy” options.

“An underrated part of becoming a fit yummy mummy is ensuring that the people you surround yourself with are also healthy and active,” Rigsby says. “By eating right, working out, and providing your kids with healthy food choices, you are doing a lot to make sure your family is healthy and happy.”

To that end, Rigsby has been using her Facebook page to demonstrate to busy moms how they can help their kids stay fit and healthy through the power of healthy eating. Her emphasis in her recipes has been finding foods that kids enjoy, but which also “pack a nutritional punch.”

In addition to writing blog posts on busy mom fitness strategies, launching muffin top blasting exercise products, and speaking at live events, Rigsby often uses Facebook to educate her many fans on health and fitness.

“Fit Yummy Mummy has nearly 50,000 fans on Facebook, and I know that most of them are busy moms struggling to lose weight and keep their kids healthy,” she says.

“Especially with the mounting problem of childhood obesity, it’s crucial that women learn how to provide their kids with the right foods, not junk food,” she continues. “In a modern world where schools can consider pizza sauce a vegetable, they’re certainly not going to get nutrition from school lunches.”

The 21 Day Lunch Box Challenge has provided Rigsby’s many followers with unique combinations of foods for their children to eat.

On Friday September 21st, Rigsby posted yet another unique lunch menu: Baked Corn Dogs, Roasted Cauliflower Nuggets, Go Go Squeeze Apple Sauce, and Mini Peanut Butter Bites.

She posted the lunch to Facebook for new moms to see. It is but one of many recipes she has posted in the past 3 weeks.

“Busy mom fat loss is tough, but what’s tougher these days is keep your kids from developing the bad habits that lead to obesity, heart disease, and other problems down the line,” Rigsby says. “That’s why this recent endeavor is such a passion project for me.”

To see Rigsby’s many different lunch combinations, you can “Like” the Fit Yummy Mummy Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/FitYummyMummy

About Holly Rigsby: Holly Rigsby is the Co-Owner of Fit Yummy Mummy. She offers her clients a variety of training products to help them burn fat and writes a fitness blog for FYM.

Fit Yummy Mummy is part of the Fitness Consulting Group family of companies. FYM releases fitness products for moms looking to burn fat and get in shape. It also offers workout tips through its blog.

For more information on Fit Yummy Mummy, visit: http://getfitandyummy.com.


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