KNOW YOUR TRIGGERS
Research shows that behaviors are sometimes in the spur of the moment.
When it comes to over-eating, the groundwork is laid several hours in advance by our daily rituals, habits, mindset, and automatic thinking.
Overeating is simply the last link in a long chain.
If you can breakThe first link, you have a better chance of never getting to the last link.
Learn how to break the chain by understanding Red, Yellow, and Green Triggers. Click on the link below to download all three worksheets.Download Now
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FUEL YOUR WORKOUTS!!
Have you ever felt lightheaded, dizzy, or distracted by a grumbling stomach after going through your last rep?
Or have you eaten a meal close to your workout and you felt uncomfortable, bloated, or low energy because your body was using all that energy to digest the food you just ate?
You're not alone. I can definitely say that I've been there a handful of times.
Your body is like a car. It needs fuel to go from point A to point B. Food is the fuel your body needs to move and to perform at its best to help you reach your goals. But it can also make us feel sick or uncomfortable during our workouts if we don’t use the proper fuel, similar to a car. When to eat, what to eat is key so you can feel and perform your best during your workouts.
Exercising regularly is one of the best things you can do for optimal health. The food you eat before and after a workout is critical. I want you to feel and perform better than ever. I want you to get the best results you have ever dreamt of.
IN ORDER TO DO THAT…. WE NEED TO FUEL OUR BODIES… FOOD IS THE FUEL!
The lists below will give you several examples of what to eat 30-60 minutes before, 2-3 hours before.
Snacks 2 - 3 before your workout
"Easy To Make High Protein Snacks"
Homemade, quick to make, and a delicious snack.
"MEAL PREP, SIMPLE, FAST, AND HEALTHY FOR BUSY PEOPLE!" - Episode 1
IF YOUR LIFE IS AS BUSY AS MINE, HERE'S SOME TIPS ON HOW TO CREATE SIMPLE AND EASY HEALTHY MEALS.
"Sweet Potato Brownie"
Try this gluten, sugar and dairy free (even egg free if you like) sweet potato brownie.
"6 Exercises Emphasizing on the Lower Body"
"Total Body Workout"
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"Meal Prep Made Simple, Fast, and Healthy for Busy People."