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With So Much Free Information On The Internet, Why Should You Get A Coach?

Nowadays, you can get every recipe, every workout, every health fact, every scientific study on the internet. Anything you need to know when you want to embark on your weight loss journey is right at your fingertips in the vast world of the worldwide web. 

 

With so much information out there, so much free stuff about nutrition, fitness, and health. With so many “Health Coaches” giving away information and bandaids, why are so many people struggling with their weight, fitness, and their health? Did you know that 17.9 million people die each year from cardiovascular disease, 31% of deaths worldwide? (https://www.who.int/health-topics/cardiovascular-diseases/). Did you know that many of the weight issues are due to an emotional state and self message? A lot of the weight problems 

 

A couple of days ago, I was having a conversation with one of my mentors who said- when talking about impact and results: ”You can read every book written by...

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Do burpees make you dizzy?

Burpees are a whole-body exercise that requires you to go from a standing position to a plank position, all while doing the changes with a jump and a squat.

As with any exercise, I tell my clients that if they feel dizzy, they should look for the source of their dizziness and why this happens. And immediately find a substitution exercise. The purpose of any training is to improve weight, performance, speed, and if there is a specific exercise that hurts or makes them feel sick or dizzy, they should always find a substitution or regression. If at any point, there is some continued discomfort or pain that progresses or goes beyond a few classes, then it’s vital to get it checked with a doctor to find out the source of the pain.

A lot of clients have mentioned that they become dizzy while doing a burpee, and I find this is more common than they realize.

Reasons why you could be feeling dizzy:

  1. Age and Menopause: As we grow older, specifically between the age of 40-60, we begin...

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4 Strategies To Help Overcome Emotional Eating

We're living in a new binging culture. Most of us are guilty of enjoying one too many Netflix marathons and weekend shopping sprees. The same applies to our relationship with food. We can easily give ourselves another reason to have a second slice of cake. Maybe it's cold outside? A long day at work? Some bad news? Overindulging on food in these instances is a common behavior, but there are ways we can kick this habit into touch.

 

Emotional, environmental and physical triggers

 

Improving our diet is not only about eating less. It's also about recognizing the reasons we overeat. An extra portion of fries may be the result of being overworked. Or another helping of chocolate cake might be due to boredom. It's important to take the time to ask yourself, what triggers you to overeat?

 

Everyone who overeats is not hungry, a lot of them are filling an emotional problem with more food than they need. Other common reasons to over-eat include poor relationships,...

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