Fitness is no different.
So, how do you lose fat without dieting?
Well, simple - success comes to those who relentlessly execute the basics.
So, here's what I'm going to show you:
How to lose and keep off unwanted fat without dieting and hating your body so that you can start to feel comfortable and confident in your clothes.
How to build your best yet body the safest and most efficient way possible using just 30 minutes a day so you can have more energy to be present with your kids.
How to follow a nutrition plan that improves your life rather than consumes it, so you can still enjoy your favorite parties and holidays and still achieve your goal.
You’ll discover the exact 30 Minute Method I instill with my clients inside the 30in30 Coaching Program to help moms like you radically transform their mind and body and start to feel more like they’re old self and overall happy and energized.
What I'm not going to do is.....
If you've ever tried to lose weight, then chances are you've been on a diet and maybe even multiple diets, but did they work?
So, if you're someone who ended up in this unrecognizable postpartum body and tried diet, after diet, after diet and ended up feeling discouraged with results that didn't last, then chances are you can relate to this story.
Through two painful pregnancies and 4th trimesters, I had gained 50 lbs with each pregnancy and I lived in a body I didn’t even recognize. I went on diet after diet after diet and punished myself with exercise thinking that I should KNOW and do better because I'm a personal trainer.
It wasn't until I went through my births and STOPPED dieting that I actually lost and kept off over 50lbs of weight.
I realized that the consistent hate for my body was keeping me trapped in yo-yo dieting and causing me to never be satisfied with how my body looks and feels. It wasn’t until I started to build a better relationship with my body,...
Most people think that in order to melt weight off your body, you must start with the perfect exercise and diet program, but that might be EXACTLY why you’re struggling to lose and keep off weight.
Look, I understand why you might think that your workout and diet program are the most important factors in fat loss. You know you need to start working out and eating right in order to lose and keep off fat.
I used to think that, too. As long as I had my workout routine and a plan for what I was supposed to eat every day, I thought I could do it. But then it never worked or didn’t work long term. How many times have you gone on the perfect diet and workout plan and NOT seen results.
Or maybe you saw results, but it didn’t stick and you gained it all back and maybe more?
Or worse - You GOT results, but it never felt like it was enough.
What most people don’t realize is that you have to start from a place of loving your body FIRST before you can achieve sustainable...
Chances are you've tried to lose fat after birth before, and if you're like many of the moms I work with on a consistent basis, then I'm sure you've felt that your effort to lose weight doesn't match the results after strenuous life changes including working out and eating right.
When I first started my personal training career, I used to hear from people all the time who tracked calories, who worked out consistently, but still struggled to see a lasting physique change.
So, I rolled up my sleeves and go to work to figure out real dial movers that were actually going to help moms lose and keep off weight.
Today we're going to dive into TEN reasons to consider when trying to determine why you might be struggling with fat loss.
Detox Your Mind
Most people are searching for the wrong kind of detox. Your mental health is the largest component of your health and also your weight loss goals, and the...
One of the first challenges I usually give my 1:1 coaching clients is to increase their vegetable intake. At first, I like to spend my time focusing on ADDING more to their diet than restricting, resisting, and white-knuckling through the day around food.
However, increasing vegetable intake tends to be one of the more challenging tasks for many of my clients. I work with a lot of clients who struggle to manage a #momlife schedule between nursing, juggling toddlers/kids, and sometimes a full-time work load outside the home, and who believe that vegetable intake has to be complicated and/or time consuming.
I felt the same way, but then I realized my children mirror my behavior. I want them to eat vegetables too, and I know I need to lead by example. Below you'll fine 10 ways to introduce more vegetables into your diet.
It sounds super simple, but write out a list of the vegetables you actually enjoy. Many people come to me convinced they only need to...