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Bi-Annual Coaching Group:

Twice per year I run a small coaching group for those who struggle with eating and exercise behaviours. In this group I address issues like self-sabotage, binge eating, late night snacking, and an inability to stick to exercise programs. Each member of the group is given a custom diet and exercise program, access to behaviour change tools, and weekly communication with me where we work on individual problem solving. If you would like to apply to be in the next coaching group and/or learn more, click the button below.

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‘Repeatability’ is greater than magnitude

When it comes to making habit changes, we often focus on the magnitude of change. We carry the attitude of ' I will make any sacrifice of any size if it gets me what I want.' The all or nothing approach can work for some people, but you must ask yourself this: 'if...

Spirituality is a Dirty Word

Mindfulness...Meditation...Spirituality... such dirty words. This is unfortunate because learning to be less reactive and more thoughtful throughout the day can be life-changing. I 'meditate' every single day. I don't (always) sit cross-legged. I don't say a mantra. I...

Fat in the Blood: One of many examples of Vegan propaganda

*For anyone who is interested in reading this post, I would also suggest you check out Layne Norton's dissection of the film in question here. I have also caught wind that Robb Wolf may be doing a live debate with James Wilks which I anticipate being far more useful...

How to Reach Success in 2020

There was a time when I used to scoff at those who set New Year's Resolutions. When I was younger and much less understanding, I believed that the type of person who waited a year to take action on his or her life was doomed to remain unchanged. Today, while I still...

Fight for your child’s right to movement

If I were to ask you what you wanted for your children's future, you'd probably say something like, 'I would just want them to be happy and healthy.' That's the answer I would give, too, but our systems and actions do not support that parental desire. Children are...

Whether you scream ‘fuck’ or not, you still have a mess to clean up

The other day I was frying eggs and pork belly for a late breakfast. Upon transferring the food from the pan to my plate, my hand slipped. I dropped half of the food, resulting in a greasy mess on the kitchen floor and me yelling 'FUCK' at the top of my lungs. It may...

Earn Your Food (not your intrinsic value)

When it comes to the act of self-judgment (as it pertains to food and exercise), there is a level of nuance that we must address. While checking out my Instagram feed this morning, I came across this post, and while I understand the author's intentions, I must say...

Kids Eat Bugs and Blood (and your child won’t eat vegetables?)

I'm not trying to preach or sound judgmental when I write this, but 'picky eaters' are not a thing. Not inherently, anyhow. There are some things that some kids won't eat- but when you claim that your child doesn't have a palate for an entire food group, you may be...

Stop Skipping the Dietary Fundamentals

What matters when it comes to your diet? Hint: it isn't the supplements you take, whether you eat breakfast or not, or your macronutrient ratio. Food Relationship: How you eat must come first. Why do you overeat, snack at night, and drink too much? You know these...

Stop Outsourcing your Self-Esteem

Every time you seek out external sources of validation, you are outsourcing your most valuable tool — the ability to decide when you are a person of value, and why. When you take twenty different versions of the same picture of yourself before putting it out into the...

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