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
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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...