Caroline Dooner is a comedian, yoga teacher, and author of “The F*ck It Diet.” Caroline transformed years of suffering through the diet mentality and body image issues into writing, yoga classes, and online courses that guide people towards intuitive eating, self-care, and body acceptance. Overall, Caroline helps chronic dieters come back into their bodies, rest, breathe, and be willing to be human.
In this episode I talk to Adrianne Finn, a certified SCOTT Pilates instructor, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Certified Yoga Teacher, TRX and barre instructor. If that wasn’t enough she also has her degree in Kinesiology and Exercise Science and currently works at an eating disorder treatment center where she helps patients honor their body’s unique needs and develop a healthy relationship with movement.
In this episode Caitie and I answer listener questions about Intuitive Movement.
Chrissy King is a Milwaukee-based ISSA certified personal trainer and fitness blogger. Chrissy first stepped into a gym eight years ago with a weight loss goal. But she was soon introduced to strength training, and realized that this fitness modality brought her a sense of confidence and inner strength that was completely independent of her weight...and of any results. She fell in love with the process. Now, she guides clients through strength training and creating a sustainable fitness routine that they can genuinely enjoy.
From scientific studies and medical professionals to Instagram influencer ‘experts’, there is no shortage of nutrition and health information out there. But, the reality is the field of nutrition and dietetics is still new, and safe and effective health and diet advice implementation not only involves a great deal of trial and error but also some solid critical thinking skills, nuance, a ‘big picture’ perspective, and occasionally the ability to hold two opposing ideas at one time. It’s not the simple cause and effect model that we’ve always assumed. Read the full post >>>
The Ketogenic Diet was one of the top Googled diets in 2017, according to Time magazine. If you follow #fitspo on social media or eavesdrop on conversations at your gym, it’s likely that you’ve encountered someone who is following the “Keto” Diet or “going keto.” Maybe you have even considered trying it for yourself. Read the full post >>>