43 min

The myth of self sabotage with the wellness theory Movement Wins

    • Nutrition

I invited John and Charlotte from the wellness theory back on the show to talk about the myth of self-sabotage.

The whole idea behind self-sabotage seems to be very common in the health and fitness world, particularly with individuals who are embarking on a new exercise or nutrition regime.

I am almost certain you have experienced a point in your life when you go through a period of trying to improve your daily habits only to end up back at square 1 wallowing in self-pity. The most common example I can think of is having a cheat meal (more likely weekend) after a week of rigid dieting and then feeling guilty.

So I asked the question, is self sabotage a real thing? If so then how do we stop the vicious cycle? John and Charlotte have a lot of knowledge and bring up some great points around this topic and I think it will help a lot of people when planning for future 'health kicks'.

Go and check out @thewellnesstheory for more great content around physical, spiritual, emotional and mental health.

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I invited John and Charlotte from the wellness theory back on the show to talk about the myth of self-sabotage.

The whole idea behind self-sabotage seems to be very common in the health and fitness world, particularly with individuals who are embarking on a new exercise or nutrition regime.

I am almost certain you have experienced a point in your life when you go through a period of trying to improve your daily habits only to end up back at square 1 wallowing in self-pity. The most common example I can think of is having a cheat meal (more likely weekend) after a week of rigid dieting and then feeling guilty.

So I asked the question, is self sabotage a real thing? If so then how do we stop the vicious cycle? John and Charlotte have a lot of knowledge and bring up some great points around this topic and I think it will help a lot of people when planning for future 'health kicks'.

Go and check out @thewellnesstheory for more great content around physical, spiritual, emotional and mental health.

Thanks for listening. Don't forget to subscribe wherever you listen to the podcast and follow me
@coffeewithjoffy

If you would like to join the slacker tracker to get active and stay active then you can join for a 2 week free trial by clicking the link below or visiting our website to find out more.

Join the 2-week trial

www.movement-wins.com
@movementwins

43 min