Struggle to balance eating out while dieting? 🍔🍺 You’re not alone.
The majority of people I talk to struggle with finding the balance between achieving their body composition goals and maintaining a social life.
I use to struggle with this too.
A) Going out and eating something I considered as “bad” or “fattening” and thinking “ahhh screw it, if I can’t stick to my diet perfectly, I may as well go all out”. Letting that one meal or bite snowball into multiple high calorie, mindless meals which inevitably lead me to feeling guilty, bloated and disappointed.
B) Going into hibernation and avoiding social situations due to fear of undoing all my hard work. Of gaining a skerrick of fat.
Neither of these helped me achieve my goals. In fact, both ended up sabotaging my results, either in the short or long term.
And neither will achieve the goal of maintaining a lean, athletic body while also enjoying life to the fullest.
The good news is, these aren’t the only options. You can “have your cake and eat it”. Fundamentally it comes down to what I call “balancing the books”, something I teach all my 1-on-1 clients and Project Lean crew.
If you’re keen to know more, check out the link for the “Eating Out Strategy Guide” in my bio. A short PDF that outlines the principle and then provides a number of methods you can use to maintain your social life without sabotaging your results.
Great workout this morning in the 9.30am group 🏋🏼♀️.
Only the 2 of us this morning but that doesn’t slow the intensity 💪🏼🤪.
Full body workout with a combination of weights and bodyweight exercises.
Still spaces available in the 9.30am group. So if you’d like to join an already awesome group of ladies and work towards that summer body. Get in touch 📞.
New website is live 🔥🔥 20% off all packages until the end of May to celebrate this next step 🙌🏼 Feeling so grateful that I’ve been able to work with such amazing humans and excited to create more content so soon 📸 This babe in her @lilybod 😍 @jessie.wes97 🙌🏼
❗Non-exercise activity thermogenesis ❗
The energy used from everything we do that is not sleeping eating or sport/exercise.
Increasing your NEAT by walking, taking the stairs, standing up instead of sitting down,cleaning. Any of these will increase energy expenditure and help you towards your goals.
As you can see I walked for 36 mins and burned approximately 201 kcal’s, I done a weight training session for 55 mins and burnt approximately 280 kcals not a huge difference. There’s more than one way to increase your energy deficit! So get out there and #neatup247
Promised myself I wouldn’t but curiosity got the best of me 🙈😅 But so so so happy with the month of May so far . Can I reach 10lbs before the month finishes? Shall be hoping so ...
Cardio workout done time for a breakfast
Raspberries,blackberries and half banana
with 0% fat greek style natural yogurt and Manuka honey
⭐️My brave and fearless clients⭐️
So proud of my beginners to competition.
They don’t have the luxury of training 5 x week like plenty of CrossFit competitors.
They faced fears of inadequacy and failure BUT chose to face their fears head on and completely embrace the situation.
I couldn’t be prouder of their attitude and resilience
It doesn’t matter where you finish
Do you want to see what you’re made of?
Do you want to see what your body really can do?
Do you want to experience the fear and do it anyway? 👉🏼👉🏼❗️❗️These girls did❗️❗️
💯💯BE LIKE THESE GIRLS 💯💯