Updated: Apr 4, 2022
For 20+ years I struggled with my weight. I'm 40- so you can do the math.
I remember being 13 and looking at my friends bodies and aching with jealousy.
So I started running. Running was my gateway drug to obsessive exercise and restrictive eating.
In High School my lunch was reliably a 3oz bag of pretzels and a 1/2 pint of low fat milk.
And it only got more dysfunctional from there. In college my breakfast was a gas station biscuit, a giant coffee and 2 ephedrine pills.
In my early 30's I educated myself on food. I went deep. I knew everything.
But I could not do what I knew.
I would often say- normal people can eat burgers and drink beer and be thin. Why can't I?
Well this is a complex thought. Here's what I know today:
What 'normal' people eat probably isn't good for anyone.
“It is no measure of health to be well-adjusted to a profoundly sick society."
2. If you want to change you have to know where you are starting from. You have to track
3. Most women are working out too much. And it's making us fat.
There are simple strategies that I can teach you to that will allow you to control your mind. The mind is the root of all actions.
Have you ever thought-
"I deserve some cake, I have to be able to enjoy my life, I don't know why I'm so hungry, etc, etc?"
I know that you have. I can help. I am a certified health and fitness coach. But I work on the brain first. Your mind is where it all starts.
Health Coaching at BauerHouse Coaching is the best investment you can make today to finally free your mind from its constant battle with food.