Inside Out

  • Why Am I Now Able To Lose The Weight?

    Posted on August 29, 2017 by in Inside Out

    Right Now I Trust Myself So I have all these thoughts about why now? Why now am I suddenly able to do this – lose this weight? You see I have always had a weight issue, at least ever since puberty. I think I might have been born with it, intergenerational one might say. Passed […]

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  • In It To Win It

    Posted on January 20, 2017 by in Blogs, Inside Out, Inside Out

    So, it’s been 3 weeks on my cleanse. I have lost a total of 11 lbs and I am feeling solid. I am not tempted to brake my diet. I am in it to win it. To win my body back to feeling free to wear what I want, be comfortable, strong, fast, lean, and […]

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  • My Best Body Pledge

    Posted on January 11, 2017 by in Blogs, Inside Out, Inside Out

      It’s not a new journey so I can see the finish line and know that the paths to get there will be what I make them. Loving, gentle, challenging, exciting, learning, adventurous, and a chance to reinvent myself again from the INSIDE OUT.  Who doesn’t want to feel and look their best!     […]

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  • Finding Your Why

    Posted on January 5, 2016 by in Blogs, Inside Out

    As I reflected on 2015 and what I accomplished fitness wise, it was hard for me not to feel disappointed. I started the year with big goals and plans. But as the year went on, there was so much injury and so much I didn’t accomplish. Multiple times I missed boot camp for month long […]

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  • Your December Power Breakfast

    Posted on December 14, 2015 by in Inside Out

    I love breakfast. I love croissants and warm muffins, and quiche and pancakes with loads of butter. But since December often finds me eating so many treats at other meals, and in between meals, I need a better breakfast. I need more than a bunch of sweets and carbs. I discovered this breakfast while I […]

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  • Fighting The Holiday Work Out Blues

    Posted on December 3, 2015 by in Inside Out, Uncategorized

      Do you ever get the work out blues this time of year? While the holidays are filled with cheer and time spent with family and good friends, they are also filled with lots of treats to eat, and a busier than usual schedule. For me that means I’m eating those extra treats and finding […]

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  • Beating My Sugar Habit–30 Days Sugar Free!

    Posted on November 19, 2015 by in Inside Out

    (To see the earlier parts of my sugar story, go here and then here.) After those first, awful days, I emerged with steely resolve. I wasn’t going to let sugar beat me anymore. But it was hard! My craving for sugar began as soon as I woke up in the morning. I wanted sugar in […]

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  • I Didn’t Know I Had a Sugar Addiction–Part 2

    Posted on October 22, 2015 by in Inside Out

    In my last post I wrote about admitting that I probably had a sugar addiction, despite the fact that I co soldered myself to be a healthy eater. I was doing so many things right: making meals from scratch, rarely eating fast food, eating plenty of fruits and vegetables, staying away from many processed foods […]

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  • I Didn’t Know I Was Addicted to Sugar….

    Posted on October 7, 2015 by in Inside Out, Uncategorized

    I like to think I eat healthy. I don’t eat fast food, except the very occasional trip to In and Out. (which hardly counts as fast food, right? ) I don’t buy frozen meals, and we eat out very little. I cook most things from scratch, spurning pre-packaged, preservative filled food. I use real ingredient–no […]

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  • Boot Camper Inspiration: Suzanne Dean

    Posted on September 24, 2015 by in Blogs, Inside Out

    Hello Boot Campers! This week we have a really exciting fitness story to share with you. If you have been around Boot Camp for a while, you have probably seen Suzanne Dean, taking class and killing it. A couple months ago I had the privilege of watching Sue complete Level 9 in the monthly levels […]

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