confessions of a strength & nutrition coach: Becoming an 'imperfectionist' [ep. 50]
It's the 50th episode!! And in honor of this milestone, I thought I'd get vulnerable and air my dirty laundry with you. Fitting, right?
On this episode, I'm confessing all the imperfections in my own eating and exercise habits. I'm sharing all the splurges, all the skipped workouts, the struggles to stay motivated, and even the continuing battle with my own body image.
I want you to see that even a fitness and nutrition professional doesn't do this perfectly. In fact, I don't even believe that "perfection" even exists, this side of eternity.
You're going to learn:
Feel the pressure lift. Understand that even with your fitness and nutrition, grace should abound. Learn how to become an "imperfectionist", and you will always do well.
Ask Me Anything! Let's talk picky eaters, meal skipping, carb timing, hormonal issues, postpartum exercises, and more! [Ep. 49]
Ask Me Anything! [Ep. 49]
We're going to cover A LOT of ground on today's episode, because we're answering your questions!! Last week on my social feeds I asked if you had any questions you'd like me to answer, and you came through...big time!
So let's talk all about:
Wow, we cover a lot on this one!
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Pass the Chips! How to Stop Eating Your Emotions and Build Up Your Willpower [Ep. 48]
Stress eating. Comfort foods. Emotional mindless munching. When our stress levels rise, food quickly becomes our go-to coping mechanism. There are 3 types of stress eating problems:
1) Using food for comfort,
2) Mindlessly eating when you're stressed,
3) Not eating at all when you feel anxious and distracted.
On this episode, we're chatting about each of these interrelated stress-eating problems, and how to practically handle them in the moment.
We're talking about:
Whether you avoid food or run toward it when the pressure builds, let's create some better solutions for finding solace.
Megan P. Dahlman, CSCS, PN1
I'm a trainer, a nutrition coach, and a Christian mom. And I'm changing the conversation about fitness & nutrition!