When you travel for work on a regular basis, it can be difficult to stick to a training plan. You don’t always have access to the same equipment, you are often working out in a small hotel gym, and there is usually no one to ask for help. … More Workouts for the Traveling Professional
Let me start by saying something that is not very nice:
There are a lot of really bad gyms and trainers in our society.
I know it’s not kind, but unfortunately it’s true.
Fortunately, there are a lot of really good trainers and gyms in our society.
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There is something that has been getting on my nerves lately, and it needs to stop.
It’s called Food Shaming.
I regularly eat a pretty healthy diet. I actually like fruits and veggies. And I love the fact that I can eat A TON of them without much worry of excess calories.
When someone rolls their eyes and says, “Oh I’m sure those cucumbers taste great, Sarah. . .” I feel really bad. I feel small, guilty, and ashamed. I almost want to eat junk food just to make the other person leave me alone.
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