Becoming More Consistent: Breaking the "All-or-Nothing" Cycle & Learning to Persevere [Ep. 26]
How can we become more consistent with our eating and exercise habits? Because clearly, consistency is crucial for achieving our goals. If we approach our "consistency" from the perspective of “faithfulness”, we can see that this is as much a quality and maturity of personal character as much as it is about habit choices.
On this episode, we'll see that as we're being refined to look more like Christ, it must include the area of faithfulness...being true to our word and doing what we say we're going to do. This requires humility, clarity, and lots of prayer.
And it requires learning how to persevere through trials and hardships.
We're going to address the pitfalls of having the "all-or-nothing" or perfectionism mindset, and why this holds us back more than anything else.
And then we'll chat all about:
Your Questions Answered:
At the end of the episode I'll be answering your questions!
1. From Victoria - (40:12) How should I sync my workouts with my menstrual cycle?
2. From Kait - (46:10) Do you have any tips for getting toddlers to eat healthier? To eat veggies?
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Weight Loss Plateaus: Understanding your metabolism and how to bust through a plateau! [Ep. 25]
Are weight loss plateaus inevitable? Are they predictable? Is there a way to avoid them? And what's the best way to bust through a plateau when it happens? That's what we're talking all about on today's episode!
When we’re talking about a plateau, we’re usually referring to a stall out in body composition changes, even when our habits are still on point. It can feel like all the things that worked in the beginning to create progress aren't working anymore. What in the world?!
In this episode, you're going to learn all about the metabolism, we're going to talk about the concept of "calories-in-calories-out", and we'll discuss metabolic compensation.
But most importantly, we'll chat about nutrition and exercises strategies to bust through a plateau if you suspect it's occurring.