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The message in the fitness industry I struggle with the most...

Pet peeves? No. That’s not the right word. It’s bigger than just an annoyance, or something that rubs me the wrong way. It’s deeper rooted because I know it can be part of a bigger issue. Fitness and nutrition can be sensitive topics for both female AND male. Because they can be the (illusive and destructive) means to an end when it comes down to eating disorders or disordered eating, body-dysmorphia disorders, low self-esteem, lack of self-love. And messaging, where the motivation for exercise and diet is based on compensation and restriction; where it’s used as punishment for consuming certain foods that are labeled “bad”; and where body-parts need to be shaped a certain way in order to fi

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Mireille Nalder - AFLCA, Fit4Two Certified Motivator - (403) 869 2563 - info@liveitfitnesscalgary.com