Health and Wellness

Eat. Love. Live. Thrive.

Corinne Dobbas, MS, RD

Eat. Love. Live. Thrive. – Finding Time for Fitness

Are you eating dozens of chips, chocolate or whatever tickles your fancy, and then furiously exercising to burn it off? Do you feel that 20 minutes of exercise is pointless? Are you confined to a desk all day long … and see no way out? Are you starting to feel like mush? Do you get overwhelmed by the thought of exercising consistently?

If you answered “yes,” to any of these questions, you need to listen to this show.

As you may know, over 60% of Americans are either overweight or obese, yet the fitness and diet industry is a 500 billion dollar industry. As one may see, all that money we’re spending on diet products and exercise gizmos isn’t working. As I always say, there’s a difference between what we know and what we do. In this episode, special guest, Certified Pilates Instructor, Robin Long, and I have a very candid discussion on how to make time for fitness, but also on how to make fitness stick within your life.

A huge topic we breakdown here is how to end that guilt-induced cycle of working out. And, if you know what I mean by guilt, you need to listen to this show. I often see women exercise out of feeling guilty, as a result of what they ate the night before or because of how they think they should be looking aka in a smaller pant size. Here, we thoroughly discuss how to disengage from exercising out of guilt and instead, exercising out of the desire to feel good. Once this shift occurs, your life will change. It’ll also change once you realize how important finding an activity you like is and once you ditch that “all or none” attitude, as that very thought process may be inhibiting you from reaching your potential. Because when you exercise, you feel good, and when you feel good, your attitude becomes more positive and once you become more positive, your life changes. So–take some time to invest in YOU and listen in on our secrets of how to make fitness work for you–forever.