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Weight loss course for non-dieters (FREE)

Weight loss course for non-dieters (FREE)

Something different today. I will occasionally share resources from other health professionals. Resources that align with my ‘reasonable fitness’ philosophy and help you live a more active, fulfilling life. So you can do more dope things in life. Without, you know, doing dope. Because it’s not good for you. I’ll list them on my Stuff You Need to Know About – page. But if it’s really really juicy, I’ll blog about it too. And today’s free fat loss course (+…

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How Stress Affects Fat Loss (and How to Not Let It)

How Stress Affects Fat Loss (and How to Not Let It)

You probably have all the nutrition related information you could ever need to lose fat. You already know that to lose fat you should eat less of that and more of this. Often the question is not what to do to lose fat, but how to stick to doing what you already know you should do. And it’s often the underlying (or overpowering) and unmanaged stress that makes following healthy eating habits a challenge. Stress pushes hormones on to a…

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How to Stick with a Diet

How to Stick with a Diet

The first domino falls. Maybe you swore to quit sugar (nooooo), carbs (say it isn’t so) or coconut ice cream (I can’t even). And now the initial burning motivation and excitement have worn off.  This attempt at a diet is becoming yet another prematurely ended diet in the mausoleum of failed diets. You might find yourself in despair. Questioning how you could better stick to a diet plan. It requires a change of perspective What if you would move away…

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My Favourite Fat Loss Workout

My Favourite Fat Loss Workout

Maybe it’s because of its simplicity and unsexiness that it doesn’t sell a ton of books. Or make splashing headlines in the newspapers. Or lead to sexy Instagram posts. And maybe that’s why I am so drawn to recommending a daily walk for fat loss. Let’s explore why even a seemingly insignificant 20 minute daily walk can lead to serious result over the course a year. Since I am known to making obvious more obvious than necessary, I’ll dig deeper…

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