So many women (and men) have a problem with obsessing over the scale. I know first hand how hard it can be to NOT consume your life with the numbers. I had a problem with this for a VERY LONG TIME. I even let the numbers on the scale affect me so much in high school that I had an eating disorder.
Eating healthy can be hard. Sometimes you may find yourself out with your friends and drooling over pizza or at home dreaming about chocolate chip cookies…at least that’s what I do! I’m here to tell you it’s ok!! You can have that pizza you’re craving. I know, that sounds crazy right? It’s actually good for your body to have a cheat meal every once in a while.
So as we really dive into personally my favorite time of the year, a lot of our goals or aspirations for making ourselves healthier kind of get put on the back burner… we don't like to admit it but they do. So as we enjoy this season and look at possible new ways to "spice" up the workout routine, I want to personally talk about the ones that want to grow in size and strength!
Well, this is my first blog for our website so I'm pretty excited. So to kind of give you an idea or "introduction" to myself so to say, I have been involved in the fitness industry for almost ten years. I started as a trainer and worked my way through the corporate ladder, however my biggest passion was the connection and the friendships that I have built over the years with personal training.