Success Sunday...Mom (er, Kathy)!
All of my clients are near and dear to my heart and often feel like a member of my family, but this week's Success Sunday feature IS a...
Confused by all the different diets out there? Let's cut through that confusion with some straight-talk about diet and weight.
Are you confused about how often you should weigh yourself and even if you should weigh yourself? Check out this article for a detailed explanation of what the experts (and I) think about it.
In this post, I share with you a special story that helps to explain why I love what I do as your trainer. If you have ever struggled with an eating disorder, or know someone who has, I hope you will read this and find hope. If you are currently struggling with an eating disorder, please know I will be frankly sharing information that could be considered "triggering." But more importantly, please know it doesn't have to always be this way.
Does the idea of weight loss mean deprivation to you? We often correlate those two things, but check out why it doesn't have to be! Be sure to check out part 2 as well!
There are so many different recommendations about how much one should workout, it is easy to feel uncertain about what is right. Check out this post where I break down those recommendations.
You’ve probably heard it before: in order to lose weight, you have to eat “clean” or “cut out the junk.” Seems logical, right? After all, eating junk and “dirty” is what likely put the extra pounds on anyway. Ready to have your mind blown? It’s probably not. Read on to find why.
I truly believe one of the biggest mistakes people make when trying to manage their weight is to pretend like they are only supposed to like eating bland “healthy” stuff like boiled chicken, plain broccoli, and no more than 22 almonds per day (or insert whatever else you have been told or consider to be “healthy”). This is nonsense. When you tell yourself these lies, you are not being true to yourself. And when you stop being true to yourself, you cannot possibly commit yourself to long-term, sustainable change. Read more here.
Will exercise make me lose weight? What a silly question, right? Of course it will! Hold up there for just a minute and let's explore what we hold to be common sense just a little further...
It's time for some SCIENCE!
Do you think you may have reached the dreaded weight loss plateau? Read this article to find out if you are in fact there and what you can do about it.
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