When you see a photo of yourself and cringe Do you ever see a photo of yourself and cringe? Yeah, me too. Cue my self-talk: Wait, aren’t I supposed to not have any body image issues because I’m an expert on all this stuff? Am I, as an objectively small, white, cisgender woman, even supposed … Continue reading Ever felt like a goddess but looked like a hungover donkey?
What a missing broom taught me about intuitive eating and the power of the stories we tell ourselves.
Growing up, Sara Gross was one of the strongest, fastest, kids in her class. So she didn't understand why she only saw women playing sports on TV once every four years, at the Olympics. Today, she's a retired professional triathlete and the CEO and Founder of Feisty Media, a company she created in 2017 with … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast Ep. 56 | Sara Gross on the intersection between diet culture and sport
TW: Suicidal thoughts How do you let go of restrictive dieting and a lifetime of people-pleasing to ultimately embrace intuitive eating and start living a life that honors your true needs, desires, and values? Food freedom & mindset coach, author, speaker, and award-winning fitness professional Kim Basler takes a deep, vulnerable, insight-filled dive into that … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast ep. 55 | Ditching dieting to embrace authentic, wholehearted living with Kim Basler
Q: My husband is big on “diet talk.” He’s always referring to food as “good” or “bad.” If he has a “bad” eating day he talks about “getting back on the horse” to have a good eating day tomorrow. How do you recommend responding to this? A: I love this question. Jen! First things first. I don’t know how long you’ve been with your guy but as anyone who has been in a relationship for more than about a minute knows, you can’t make someone change. Even if you’re obviously right, even if they’re leading themselves down a path of self-destruction, even you’re going to lose your mind if you see one more crumpled up receipt on the counter… you get the idea. People change only when they want to (and even then, it can be hard.)