Why we need to chill on the HIIT.

However, that’s no longer the case. In fact I very rarely use HIIT training with my clients anymore. Mostly because in my experience most women over the age of 30 (the majority of my clients) are too stressed out and haven’t earned the right (in my expert opinion) to do that kind of high intensity work.

 

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Over it.

But can we just stop caring about it? Can we just stop trying to change our bodies to the detriment of our health. Can we shift our focus to something other than our thighs and abs? Like seeing what are bodies are capable of doing.

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We Got The NEAT

 In other words, killing yourself for 20-30 minutes at Cross Fit (or any super intense workout), then sitting on your ass all day, might not be as good as moving a lot throughout the day, even if the day doesn’t include a “workout”.

 

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Mind Over Food

Okay, whoa, what? Basically how we view food before we eat it, positively or negatively, will effect how we digest and store it later. Crazy, right? Think of how many times you’ve eaten a dessert and felt a huge amount of guilt as you ate it. Or all the times you ate a salad, thinking how gross/bland/boring it was.

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Food Sensitivities Don't Suck, Part 2

I don’t know about you, but feeling just okay is not anything I am interested in. I want to feel good. Really good. Awesome even. I want my body to be free of aches and pains. I want my (aging) skin to glow. I want to wake up and feel energized in the morning. And if that means eliminating certain foods from my diet, then I’m all in.

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Your 9 Week Plan

So, if you are looking to make some changes in your health and feel overwhelmed where to start, then keep reading. I created a super simple (and manageable) 9 week plan to help you have more energy, become less achey, shed some fat and gain some lean muscle mass.  9 weeks because I don’t do quick fixes. Long term and sustainable is the goal.

 

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