I understand….I have been there too.
Picture A. in 2002, I graduated from college. I had just completed 4 years of collegiate softball, and I was the heaviest I had ever been. I was exercising nonstop, but my emotional eating was a huge road block in allowing me to achieve the body I desired. I was unhappy and had very poor body confidence. I obsessed over food, and I was always on a different diet. I would yoyo the same 20 pounds over my 4 years in college. I could not seem to maintain my weight loss at that time.
Picture B. I have maintained a 30 pound weight loss for almost 20 years. I have had two babies, and I am a busy practicing physician and life coach. I have overcome my emotional overeating, and i have a good relationship with food. I no longer obsess over what I am eating, but instead- I enjoy every bite. The energy I was wasting on food obsession is now used in much more fulfilling ways. I am also able to teach my daughters how to have a healthy relationship with food.
One of my favorite things to do is to create time efficient workouts that i do right from home. Some of these workouts take less than 10 minutes. These are the exact workouts that I use, and they have allowed me to achieve my lowest body fat to date. In 2002, I was working out 3 hours per day and had 27% body fat… today I work out less than an hour 5 days per week and maintain my body fat consistently at 15-18%. I have the formula that will allow you to maintain your natural weight, improve your relationship with food, and help you live your best life.