Food Log: October 20th – 30th

Saturday  Chicken breast Bone broth Veggies 2 boiled eggs Apple Apple Cider Vinegar with cinnamon drink Egg White Powder drink Grapefruit Chicken breast and kale salad Late night snack after show Chicken *Had I not packed chicken, I definitely would have joined in with the sweet and salty snacks being passed around the van. It’s…

Food Log – October 9th to October 17th

Here’s my accountability to you! This is my food log from October 9th, up until yesterday, October 17th. I will point out some things that we often talk about with your food logs, as mine demonstrate the same patterns. Since the beginning of June, I have been doing intermittent fasting – I attempt to eat…

Thanksgiving Survival Guide

Just in case you’ve been living under a rock, this coming weekend is Thanksgiving. I don’t know about you, but I can already feel the ball of turkey and mashed potatoes sitting in the pit of my stomach. I still fully plan on eating all of the deliciousness that gets placed in front of me but…

Nutrition Week #4

Why are nutrition logs so important?  I don’t know of anyone who truly enjoys keeping a food log – I love marking them, but I don’t like keeping them for myself. It is just one extra thing to remember to do through the day. It takes the fun out of our cheats and treats that…

Nutrition Week #3

Let’s take a look at some popular summer foods and explore our options for substitutions!   Hamburger:  VS    Guess what?! There is barely any difference between the calorie, carbohydrate and sugar content between these two buns. Good ol’ marketing for the win – even though the thin bun seems as though it would be…

Nutrition Week #2

Don’t let yourself drink your calorie allowance away. It is important to be informed about what the fluids you are putting in your body are doing to you! Let’s start with this as a reference point; the MAXIMUM sugar we should take in each day is 6tsp for women, and 9 tsp for men. That’s…

Nutrition Week 1

Thanks to everyone for filling out their goal sheets! It is so encouraging to see you all take the time to put pen to paper and write down what you are hoping to achieve in the coming months. I noticed that the common theme throughout all of the goal sheets is nutrition. For most of…

Small Group Training Features

Small Group Training All of these features of the SGT program are available for you to use. They are highly recommended, but are not required. Please advise your coach of what you would like to partake in so that we can ensure we are assisting you in meeting your goals as efficiently as possible; Weekly…

What You Do Is Where You Are

Earlier this year we looked at the importance and power of vision boards. Now, thinking about the items on our vision boards is one thing. But what are the daily decisions that are powering our current situation?  What you do is where you are. Can you not say goodbye to the potato chips at 11pm?…

Small Moments to Gather Momentum

Small Moments and Decisions are the spice of life “Your life is made up of a series of small moments and decisions. If you become numb to the small stuff, then that’s why your life isn’t changing. Something as small as the urge to play the bass guitar, the impulse to show up at an…

Stop Waiting

Paige and I saw a bird walking across the road today. As we approached it in our car, it started running. We squealed in fear of hitting the little bird. It did make it to safety, but as we continued down the road, we both said… “but it can FLY”. It seems as though we,…

Discover a More Powerful You

Below are seven major areas of your life. Consider each one and figure out whether you act like a chicken or a jerk in each area. Identify it now so that you can catch yourself later;   Ask yourself: “In what areas of my life am I acting like a chicken? What am I too…