So you want to start working out, but you don’t want to leave the house?
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How can you know if it’s time to stop focusing on fat loss?
Not get tired out from yard work?
What should I do when this happens?
What might they help you avoid, or help you cope with or tolerate?
What would bore or offend me?
Why do we follow rigid diets that can create a fear of food?
Why not try something different?
Did you deadlift twice your bodyweight for the first time?
The easiest way to do this?
Who can I turn to for help if I feel vulnerable?
But if it’s not objectively true, why would we hold onto it, or spend our lives trying to keep people from thinking it?
Are you working on running a 5k at a faster pace?
How do I stop picking myself apart, obsessing over my weight, feeling guilty about eating, and getting depressed over natural body fluctuations?
Have you identified with your appearance, or considered your appearance part of your worth and value to the world?
Like to use protein powder for convenience?
I have with strength training?
When did you last use a workout as punishment, perhaps for overindulging or missing several workouts?
So with that said, how prepared are you to handle curveballs like these when you’re working with your postpartum clients?
Wearing shorts or a tank top?
Or do you have a question on any of the videos we shared?