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Episode 230: 3-Part Exercise Series (Exercise 101) Episode Overview Today we’re kicking off a three-part series on exercise (Annie’s favorite topic!). Over the years we’ve worked with many women who feel lost and confused when it comes to exercise. So, over the next three weeks, we’ll provide you with an overview of exercise, break down some of the most common myths, and tell you exactly what to do if your goal is to get stronger. Today, in part one of this series, we give you some foundational knowledge about exercise that will make everything else we talk about in this series make much more sense. Don’t skip it! PS—If you love this podcast, don’t forget to share it with a friend and leave a review! We read each and every review, and they help us reach more women who can benefit from some Balance365 love in their lives. Key Points How much exercise do we need? Different types and levels of exercise Why populations aren’t as active as recommended, and why it matters Benefits of exercise How to begin increasing your movement Related Content Episode 192: Weight Loss Nutrition: How Annie Lost 60lbs Episode 162: The Most Important Thing You Need To Know About Weight Loss Episode 126: Member Spotlight: Experiencing Weight Loss By Honoring Her Body Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
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Episode 230: 3-Part Exercise Series (Exercise 101) Episode Overview Today we’re kicking off a three-part series on exercise (Annie’s favorite topic!). Over the years we’ve worked with many women who feel lost and confused when it comes to exercise. So, over the next three weeks, we’ll provide you with an overview of exercise, break down some of the most common myths, and tell you exactly what to do if your goal is to get stronger. Today, in part one of this series, we give you some foundational knowledge about exercise that will make everything else we talk about in this series make much more sense. Don’t skip it! PS—If you love this podcast, don’t forget to share it with a friend and leave a review! We read each and every review, and they help us reach more women who can benefit from some Balance365 love in their lives. Key Points How much exercise do we need? Different types and levels of exercise Why populations aren’t as active as recommended, and why it matters Benefits of exercise How to begin increasing your movement Related Content Episode 192: Weight Loss Nutrition: How Annie Lost 60lbs Episode 162: The Most Important Thing You Need To Know About Weight Loss Episode 126: Member Spotlight: Experiencing Weight Loss By Honoring Her Body Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
Episode 229: Q+A - The #1 Question We’re Asked Episode Overview Typically, we do our Q+A episodes monthly. But this question came up recently, and it was just too good not to get on the podcast ASAP! Why? Because this is the number one question we get over and over, and it usually goes something like this: “I want to lose weight. That means I have to eat less. How is that different from restriction?” As you’ll soon learn in this episode, it’s VERY different. Don’t miss it! Also, if you want to dive deeper into understanding and practicing weight loss without restriction, check out our course, Fat Loss Foundations! Click here to get started. Key Points Discussing what restriction is Addressing psychological and physiological restriction Why restriction isn’t the same as restraint Why restriction and restraint look different for everyone Related Content Episode 212: Q+A – Emotional Eating, Rage Eating, And The “Screw Its” Episode 189: How Muryn Lost 30 lbs And Built Her Best Life Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
Episode 228: Member Spotlight—Jessica’s Powerful Shift from Perfectionism to Consistency and Balance Episode Overview Today we’re chatting with one of our members, Jessica. Jessica is an innovative, accomplished and successful mom of three who has been hailed throughout her life by friends, family, and her community for all that she’s achieved. But on the inside, Jessica was struggling with a bad case of perfectionism. She ruminated on thoughts about food, exercise, and weight constantly. Ultimately, she pushed herself to healthy eating and exercise extremes, leading to injury. But when she found Balance365, she started addressing some of her belief systems. Was her desire for perfection actually holding her back from achieving more? We know many of you will relate to Jessica’s journey. There’s a lot to learn here. Listen now! As Jessica shared in this interview, you will not regret joining Balance365 Coaching. Let’s explore the messy middle of health, wellness, and weight loss together! The doors to our coaching program open again in September. Get your name on the waitlist for early access to spots right here. Key Points How Jessica found Balance365 What her life was like before joining How she grew up with a perfectionist mindset and didn’t even realize it What Jessica loves the most about her life of food freedom and self-acceptance now as a Balance365 Coaching member Mentions Amanda Thebe Episode 140: The Minnesota Starvation Experiment: What You Need To Know   Related Content Episode 190: 3 Reasons Your Weight Loss Stalled Episode 142: How Weight Loss Obsession Leads To Weight Gain Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
Episode 227: Q+A - How to Support a Friend’s Weight Loss Goals and Discussing Hunger Between Meals Episode Overview Today’s podcast episode gets really personal really quick! In this Q+A, we talk about our matching tattoos, plus how to support friends with weight loss goals, and how much time does it take your body to adjust to more balanced meals? Join us! If you love our live Q+As, you can access so much more inside of Balance365 Coaching! Enrollment begins in September, so don’t miss it. Get on the waitlist now to get priority access. Key Points What do our matching tattoos mean? How to help a friends who has weight loss goals How long does it take our bodies to adjust to eating balanced meals? Related Content Episode 209: 5 Mindset Shifts We See In Our Successful Members Episode 192: Weight Loss Nutrition: How Annie Lost 60lbs Episode 170: What If I Have A Lot Of Weight To Lose? Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
Episode 226: How to Handle Photos You Hate Episode Overview Does looking at photos of yourself trigger intense body shame? Over the last seven years, we’ve seen this time and again: an enjoyable event or experience is ruined as soon as a woman sees photos of herself. This can lead a person to delete precious moments, avoid pictures in the future, and even trigger a return to quick-fix, restrictive dieting. But does that solve the deeper issues women are experiencing? We say no. That’s why, in today’s episode, we share some real-life solutions to help you feel more comfortable with photos and a little more at peace with your body. But before you click play, Balance365 Coaching is opening up again in September. If you’re ready to join us, this is your chance! Get on the waitlist here to get early access to spots. Key Points Reasons we may not like photos of ourselves The mirror-image effect and why full-body photos can feel jarring How to move past panic when you see a photo you don’t like Reactive responses and value-driven responses Related Overview Episode 163: How Body Shame Can Lead To Future Weight Gain Episode 129: How To Reconnect With Your Body After Dieting Episode 203: The Difference Between Diets And Habits Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
Episode 225: Does Losing Weight Make You A Bad Feminist? (Reshare) Episode Overview Can you call yourself a feminist and still want weight loss? To help answer that question, we invited Grace Club founder Maggie Anderson for an exploration of feminism, weight loss, body autonomy, and how to create more compassion for yourself and others. Maggie is an avid learner and unlearner, a collaborator, community cultivator, yoga teacher, partner, and mother of two daughters. In this reshared episode, you’ll find a spirited discussion that will challenge you to examine your beliefs, think critically about the messages you are receiving, and really unpack what your relationship with your body means to you. Where do you stand in the pendulum swing of diet culture, body positivity, and body neutrality? Get ready to dig deep with us. And speaking of digging deep… Emotional eating is one of the top issues our Balance365 members report struggling with. If you need help digging into the root causes and want to learn how to create healthier coping mechanisms, check it out here: 3 Steps to End Emotional Eating Mini Course. Key Points Defining diet culture and feminism The role of choice and body autonomy in feminism Why feminism needs to be intersectional The pendulum swing between diet culture, body positivity, and body neutrality How to honor ourselves and others Mentions Grace Club YVR Related Content Episode 172: Ableism In Health And Wellness With Alison Tedford Episode 141: The REAL Cost Of Dieting (That Nobody Talks About) Episode 174: How Weight Loss Can Impact Marriage And Partnerships Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
Episode 224: Q+A Dining Out Tips, Weight Loss Without Restriction, and the Optimal Number of Healthy Habits to Build at a Time Episode Overview Hello, everyone! In today’s episode, we’re sharing one of our live Q+A’s from our private Facebook group. Join us as we discuss our favorite tips for eating out while trying to lose weight, how to pursue weight loss without restriction, and the optimal amount of habits you should build at one time. Enjoy! If this podcast has left you craving more, we send out very personal and impactful emails about health, wellness, psychology, and behavior change bi-weekly. Join our Grown Ass Women’s newsletter here. Key Points Our tips for eating out How to lose weight without restriction How many habits should you build at one time? Mentions Grown Ass Women’s Newsletter Related Content Episode 212: Q+A – Emotional Eating, Rage Eating, And The “Screw Its” Episode 193: Why Can’t I Control Myself Around Carbs? Episode 204: Weight Loss Q+A: Monday Restarts, Period Cravings, Obligation Eating And More! Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
Episode 223: All About Type 2 Diabetes (Part 2) Episode Overview Today we’re back with Part 2 of our series “All About Type 2 Diabetes.” (If you haven’t listened to Part 1, please go back to last week’s episode and listen to it first!) Today, we continue the conversation alongside Jen’s sister Janelle Edwards. Janelle is a nurse and was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes recently. She was so helpful in helping us create the outline for these two episodes that we asked her to come on and share her knowledge and experience live. And if you want more real conversations about health and wellness, join our Weight Loss Without Restriction Facebook group! Inside, we answer your questions, provide sustainable weight loss advice, and so much more! Key Points Diabetes myths Influence of social determinants on type 2 diabetes Janelle’s experience with type 2 diabetes Mentions Episode 184: The Truth About Sugar (Part 1) Episode 185: The Truth About Sugar (Part 2) Related Content Episode 172: Ableism In Health And Wellness With Alison Tedford Episode 180: 3 Sneaky Weight Loss Sabotagers Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
Episode 222: All About Type 2 Diabetes (Part 1) Episode Overview Hey everyone! Over the next two weeks, we’re diving into Type 2 Diabetes. 13% of the adult population is diabetic, and 90-95% of those cases are Type 2. In addition, one-third of the US population is prediabetic, meaning their health markers are getting dangerously close to a diabetes diagnosis. Half of those with a prediabetes diagnosis will develop Type 2 Diabetes within the next 5 years. So this stuff is important! Today we’re talking with Jen’s sister Janelle, a Registered Nurse and very recently diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes. Join us as we discuss what Type 2 diabetes is, dispel some myths, and help you assess your own risk factors. Before we get started… In case you didn’t know, twice a month, we send out very personal and impactful emails about health, wellness, psychology, and behavior change to everyone who has subscribed to our newsletter. Don’t miss out on the next one! Join the newsletter here. We promise you will not be disappointed! Key Points What is diabetes? The impacts of diabetes Associated risk factors How to assess yourself Mentions Diabetes Canada Risk Factor Assessment American Diabetes Association Risk Assessment Related Content Episode 133: What vs How You Eat And Why It Matters For Fat Loss Episode 205: Why Your Weight Fluctuates (And What You Can And Can’t Do About It) Transcript Download a copy of this episode’s transcript here.
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