Done with Dieting with Elizabeth Sherman

Elizabeth Sherman

Are you done with dieting, but still want to lose weight? You've come to the right place. In the Done with Dieting podcast, we'll explore all things health related. Specifically food, moving, stress and sleep management, our bodies, and how we think about those things. Learn what really drives us to overeat or make poor food choices, and how to create healthy habits that make you look and feel good at the same time. Often, we think that we can only be happy once we lose the weight. But what if we have it all backwards? What if when we learn to accept ourselves as enough, appreciate our bodies or learn how to create happiness, that weight loss becomes the cherry on top? Visit https://elizabethsherman.com/habits to download the 8 Basic Habits that Healthy People Do Guide & Checklist to start your journey focusing on the basics of good health Today! *** Elizabeth Sherman is a Certified through the American Council on Exercise as a Health Coach and Personal Trainer, Precision Nutrition Certified Level 1 & Level 2, and the Life Coach School as a Life & Weight Loss Coach

Mothers and Daughters with Karen CL Anderson
Jun 14 2022
Mothers and Daughters with Karen CL Anderson
How shame is passed down generationally. When we think about mothers and daughters, we think of a Norman Rockwell painting, don’t we? We think of mothers and daughters who have a close relationship, where the mother teaches the daughter how to become a woman, teaches her valuable life skills from the perspective of “I remember my mom teaching me this too & it’s all normal.” But because mothers and grandmothers are humans, they perpetuate the same stories generation after generation because of their human-ness and make mistakes. If you want to heal your relationship with your mother, this episode is a must listen. Listeners can sign up to receive karen’s weekly Love Notes and when they do they get her Definitive Guide to Setting Healthy, Mature Boundaries With Your Mother About Karen CL Anderson Karen C.L. Anderson is a master-certified life coach and author. Difficult mother-daughter relationships are her jam. Her coaching practice is trauma-informed and based on intersectional feminist principles. She recognizes that what's possible personally is what's possible collectively and that the Mother Wound is not actually about mothers but about systems and structures that oppress all women. She understands the adage "hurt people hurt people" but prefers to say "people who are unaware of their hurt sometimes hurt other people." She also acknowledges that cultivating compassion and empathy doesn't mean you have to hang out with hurt people and that healthy boundaries (up to and including going "no contact" even if just temporarily) are at the heart of healthy relationships.
Mental Fitness
Jun 7 2022
Mental Fitness
Like Physical Fitness, but for your brain. Can we talk about mental fitness? We talk a lot about physics fitness, but what does it mean to be mentally or emotionally fit? When we become physically fit, we perform repetitions of physical exercises, where we build up the strength of our physical muscles.  When we talk about mental fitness, we talk about the mental work where we build up the strength of our mental muscles. In other words, doing what we want MOST over what we want in the MOMENT. How would it feel to make a commitment to yourself & then follow through with it? The thing is that many of us start out with weights that are too heavy for us. Just like a personal trainer would never start their client out squatting 225 lbs, we don’t want to commit to setting and following through with goals that are too rigorous us mentally. We need to lean into it. We need to strengthen our commitment muscles, our follow through muscles, our discipline muscles, and the muscle of thinking and believing in the future version of ourselves.  And we want to weaken our self-sabotage muscles. Right? When we strengthen our mental fitness, it leads to less mental drama because we’re following through on doing the things that are really important to us. I teach both my private and small group clients how to pay attention to their brain, and build their mental fitness skills so that you can stop doing the things that you ask, “Why did I do that?!?” Want to stop doing the things that leave you wondering why you didn’t follow through or sabotaged yourself? And more importantly, quieting your inner critic?
Learning to Love Running with Jill Angie
May 31 2022
Learning to Love Running with Jill Angie
An episode for beginner runners. I hear it all the time! “I just don’t like running!” I get it. I used to feel that way too. But if running is available to you and you want to do it, there are huge benefits to developing a running habit: it’s relatively inexpensive to get into; it’s something you can do either by yourself or with a friend or two; you can pretty much do it anywhere; and at any time of the day. My guest on today’s podcast shares such incredible information, like how to keep yourself motivated even if the climate you live in gets in your way of being a year-round runner, what to look for & pay attention to with gear, and how to start your running practice if you’re a complete beginner. About Jill Angie: Jill Angie is the founder and Head Rebel of Not Your Average Runner. When I first started running over 20 years ago, all I wanted to do was burn calories and lose weight. And I hated every minute of it. It felt like punishment and I was always frustrated and disappointed. In 2009, I decided to stop thinking about running as a means to an end and started using it as a tool to build up my strength and confidence. That mental shift got me through all the times when running wasn’t easy (and there were a lot of those times)! I became a triathlete. I ran half marathons. I became a personal trainer with my own studio. And I noticed that as vast as the running community was, there weren’t a lot of people out there who looked like me. I knew how awesome running made me feel, and I wanted to help other women like me get the same benefit – not just improved fitness, but increased self-confidence and self-love.