Here's the thing. Perfect nutrition doesn't work, because a) no one can actually do it, and b) it perpetuates feelings of inadequacy that only lead us to eat more crap, and taking us even farther from our goals. Perfectionism is a myth, and is doing all of us a disservice.
Thankfully. There's another option.
And I’m going to show you how. Starting on June 26, I’ll take you through a free 5-day training via FB live video along with my workbook companion guide. Every night, at 6pm PDT, I’ll walk you through an exclusive strategy that I've implemented with myself and my clients to help them eat well without getting obsessive.
By the end of the 5 days, you'll have the tools you need to get consistent with healthy eating once and for all and ditch the perfectionism that's holding you back.
What exactly will I learn in #EndEating Perfectionism?
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Hi there, lovely! I'm Katherine!
As an eating disorder survivor of over ten years, my mission is to help women be consistent with their workouts and eating without reverting to obsession or disordered eating tendencies by teaching them to joyfully eat and move in a way that gets results.
I'm a California born dog mom, coffee drinker, wine lover, and pit bull advocate. My favorite time of the the day is 5:30am when I'm snuggling Juno and Dany (my pit bull pups) and brainstorming blog post ideas.
I'm also a NASM certified personal trainer and Precision Nutrition L1 coach. I created this 5 day live training series and workbook, because nutrition is really hard. We try our best to do everything right, "eat perfectly." But we inevitably end up staring ourselves in the mirror, frustrated that we can't follow that meal plan we found on bodybuilding.com.
I get it. For years, I battled with eating perfectionism too. I tried EVERYTHING to eat clean and perfectly. Still, every Saturday morning, I found myself staring in the mirror, so frustrated that I drank 3 Mike's HardER Lemonades. I didn't understand why I couldn't just make myself eat perfectly like everyone I saw on Instagram.
I've since realized that perfection will never work, so I felt compelled to share the exact strategies I've used with dozens of clients to help them eat better without getting obsessive or beating themselves up for missteps.