“So you might be too impulsive to stick to a specific diet, or watching your calorie intake may not be for you. But if you’d rather sweat more than worry about what you eat, here are some exercises.” MSN has it all wrong.
get ready for a pep talk.
You Definitely need to shape up your eating habits. It’s not okay to say, “You don’t like to eat healthy? That’s ok. Just exercise.” NO. Women have the hardest time losing weight, keeping it off, and having a hot summer body all year long. Not to mention, we are often psycho, pretty emotional, crampy and bloated every month and have no idea why the hard work we put into exercise and eating “healthy whole grains” (plus the ice cream we snuck in after a long workout) isn’t getting rid of the fat in our butt, belly, and arms. So many women have said to me, “I’ve tried everything!” Let’s Face It! All day long we can say we love our bodies as they are, but when we look at ourselves in the mirror, we want to like what we see. It comes down to how much self control you have, and how much you are actually willing to change.
Paleo is something you have to be determined about. It’s a belief that meat/veggies/nuts/seeds are impertinent to maintain a healthy future, that America IS Sick, that big companies aren’t telling us what our food is REALLY made of (McDonald’s grilled chicken is made of 40 ingredients, grains are actually lacking in nutrients + cause inflammation all over your body, and milk is completely overrated and legitimately unnecessary).
So. Go to your local Crossfit gym, HoosierCrossFit. Get Fit. and Get on a Health Plan.