040: Q & A episode – damaging metabolism, how to burn fat, and not enough hours in the day

In today’s episode, I’m answering some of the questions you submitted through IG stories.

– Encouragement for moms who feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day + how I’m doing

– Am I still counting macros?

– Do you really need to eat 30 minutes after working out?

– The best way to burn fat

– Advice for a fitness routine when you can commit to a set amount of days each week

– Have I suffered from an eating disorder

– My go-to Chipotle order

and so.much.more.

I had a lot of fun reading your questions and choosing the ones you submitted for this episode. If you have any topics you’d like me to discuss on the show, or guests you’d like to hear, please leave a comment below and let me know.

 Resources from this episode:

How to create a workout plan (with a free printable)

If you’re looking for home workout inspiration, or traveling, click here to get 21 days FREE of Les Mills On Demand. 

Emily Field, RD

Anne Mauney, RD MPH

Ali Damron, LAc

National Eating Disorders Association (They have a free chatline you can call for support)

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1 Comment

  1. Alice Mecklenburg on September 12, 2019 at 6:06 pm

    Congratulations on reaching Episode 40, Gina! I too struggle to squeeze enough time out of my day to follow a regular workout schedule. With work, commuting, and other obligations it can just be so difficult.

    I make it harder on myself because I feel guilty if I don’t manage to train at least 3-4 times a week. I think your advice is spot on — reduce the pressure on myself and just make the most of the sessions I do have time for. I like to do compound strength exercises now and mix in some HIIT. Also, doing some workouts at home has helped me save time because the journey to the gym eats another 30 minutes of my day.

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