Poor body image and low-confidence aren’t always the cause, but they’re always impactful.Read More
When we get together for drinks or lunch, somehow or another, the topic of our bodies and/or appearance WILL come up. (And it won’t be in a good way.) We do this because it’s something we can all relate to.Read More
I finally realized, I don’t need a health & fitness blog.
And you don’t want another health & fitness advice column in your life.
I need to write about the things I care about.
And you want to read about things that matter & directly impact you & your life.
HAPPY FRIDAY, FRIENDS!
I recently uploaded TWO videos talking all about macros:Read More
SO- it’s Sunday night and I’m sitting down to plan out my week a little and just wanted to hit you with some things to click on and scroll through to get you EXCITED for this new week, too!Read More
For all my late nighters out there dragging their feet and snoozing the alarm 17 times, this one’s for you. Here are 10 ways to make your mornings better.Read More
“They find a self-confidence they never knew they had,” says Jeff. Speaking from my own experience in boxing, I can wholeheartedly agree with that.For Jeff, helping women get to this place through Muay Thai and boxing is his why.Read More
The experiences of looking in the mirror, trying on clothes, looking at media images of other women, comparing ourselves to other girls when we’re supposed to be out enjoying ourselves— they’re all shared by every woman I’ve talked to.Read More
I think especially these days, where the body positive & “everyBODY is beautiful” movements are alive & well, it’s easy to hide behind self-love or one of these movements as a way of excusing our unhealthy decisions or states of being.Read More
That’s why I created the “DIY Workout Program” — a one-stop shop that uses templates + exercise lists to answer all of these questions in a concise, clear & individualized way.Read More
That’s why I wanted to share HOW I “MEAL PREP” and also exactly what I prepped for this week!Read More
A common example of this for me is when I catch a glimpse of the homemade goodies my dear momma often mails to me. An easy way to address that is by simply asking yourself, “Am I hungry?” before you open the fridge, walk into the pantry, or reach your hand into the cookie jar.Read More
I would say portion control is the number one, easiest, quickest thing you can change in your nutrition right now to see immediate results.Read More
…eating in response to an emotion has much more detrimental effects on our health than just a few extra pounds over time. When we choose to attempt to soothe or manage our emotions with unhealthy food/drinks, we’re reinforcing a deep cycle of self-disrespect.Read More