Social media, continued. (5:07)
When other people mention your body. (23:50)
This one turned into one big rant as we worked hard to find a perspective shift for those who repeatedly stop and start.
Social media, Sheryl is awesome, how to talk to negative people, and sleep time vs. sleep quality.
Erica tells a story about the self-deprecating behavior in which women sometimes engage when they are together. Our discussion unfolds from there.
A rant about emotions and, well, lots of stuff. (5:00)
How do I know if someone is ready? (39:18)
Sets vs circuits. (46:50)
Today, Erica asks me personal questions from listeners in the forums and the AltShift Facebook group.
To be honest, I have no idea what happened here. Erica read one question about repairing metabolisms and I somehow turned it into a Rant Fest 2016.
Samantha Skelly is back! Today, we talk about a few of the case studies that she has worked with in the past and she describes some of the subconscious obstacles that may be impeding your fat loss.
Priorities and AltShift success. (7:00)
Digestive enzymes. (19:22)
Starch and heartburn. (10:50)
How important is your split? (19:15)
AltShift or mainstream weight loss specialist? (27:10)
Erica is back to tell us about her progress and what she has learned since last time we talked.
When life happens... (8:06)
Why do we need to walk when we could just work out? (21:40)
Today, I am joined by the amazing Samantha Skelly! Samantha is Canada’s leading emotional eating expert and the founder of Hungry For Happiness, a movement to support women around the world who are suffering from disordered eating and body image issues. She is an award-winning, sought out international speaker who delivers inspirational presentations to empower those who struggle with the relationship they have with food and their bodies. Samantha has appeared on Global TV, Shaw, NBC and CBC to share her mission on an international platform. Hungry For Happiness creates online accessible and affordable recovery resources to those who are suffering in silence. Samantha was awarded ‘Top 24 under 24’ in September 2013, In 2014 she was a finalist for the ‘Best Emerging Entrepreneur’ by Small Business BC. Samantha Skelly aims to create a disruptive company in the eating disorder recovery space and revolutionize the weight loss industry by looking at the core issue behind the battle with weight and food. Her vision is to create the largest and most impactful online resource to support those who’s lives are negatively affected by issues with food and their bodies.
How often should you take measurements?
Medication and fat loss.
Hormones and birth control. (10:45)
Fluctuating changes between Shifts.
We dig into stress today. (Pardon our technical difficulties.)
Misunderstanding attraction and how that affects body image.
Food phobias. (13:36)
How much water? (28:58)
The path to diligence and consistency. (22:39)
Mark and I dig into the subject of confidence, especially as it pertains to women.
Suzie, and awesome person with an amazing AltShift story, joins us today to share the details of her journey to health and a great body.