Can you guess how many burpees you’d have to do to burn off the calories of just 3 Oreo Cookies (1 serving)?
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Check out episode 47 of The Vegan Life Coach Podcast to find out!
I use this phrase a lot: “You can’t outrun your fork,” meaning that no matter how insanely hard you work out if you’re eating unhealthy foods, you simply will not get results (which for most people means weight loss)… At least not for long.
So many people are stuck in a self-sabotaging cycle, using exercise to try to burn off the calories they feel guilty about consuming, which is not only unsustainable but flat out makes you miserable and can lead to injuries.
In this episode, we talk about the powerful mindset shifts that have helped our clients see permanent results, including weight loss and a strong, fit body for life.
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Ella and Stephanie,
This episode was so timely and a reminder that I needed. I know in the past I’ve been guilty of “treating myself” because of the hard work I put in the gym. I love the notion that working out is a celebration of what our bodies can do, not a punishment for what we may have eaten. ❤️