We’re all going to fail. Over and over and over again. It’s our response to it – like reframing it as a learning opportunity or getting good at the skill of bouncing back – that sets our trajectory and ultimately leads us to success.
Instead of throwing in the towel and resigning yourself to a lifetime of yo-yo dieting and constant setbacks, it’s time to fight fire with fire and learn what Earth’s mightiest hero can teach you about overcoming diet anxiety once and for all.
Changing the way you approach food is not something that will just magically happen over night. It’s about taking it one step at a time, one change at a time, and making decisions each day that you can feel good about.
What if you didn’t have to track every macro to eat better? What if you just added a salad to you daily food intake? Could it be that easy to get better? Take the #saladchallenge with Steward of Strength Harold Gibbons and see where green fits on your health and hotness color wheel…
Ladies! Is there an optimal way to train based on where you are in your monthly cycle? Should men and women really train and eat differently? Fitness femme fatale Elizabeth Stacey Ellis is here with some answers and bonus tips for achieving your ultimate health and hotness.
Your diet should never have so much power over you that you feel like you’re cheating. But we can’t escape that fact that, depending on the quantity and frequency of your indulgences, you might be stalling or even setting back your weight loss progress. Here’s what to look for!
Changing your nutrition habits can be difficult enough without feeling like you have to follow a bunch of restrictive rules that don’t accelerate your health and hotness. Is one (or more) of these useless nutrition myths adding confusion or frustration around what you eat?