In this episode of Oh, My Health… There is HOPE! Jana talks with Maverick Willett an ISSA Certified Personal Trainer & Fitness Nutritionist, former army ranger, and former collegiate basketball player with a passion for helping women and mothers lose weight and regain control of their bodies.
Growing up, Maverick’s parents were both competitive bodybuilders and taught him a great deal about the importance of taking care of our bodies. He has been in the fitness industry for over a decade and has a fitness and nutrition coaching business named “Maverick Online Coaching” with his wife, Sophie, they are on a mission to help women feel more confident about themselves by taking care of their mind and body.
“You are what you habitually consume.”
Jana and Maverick talk about:
1) Finding hope and drive within yourself
2) Fade diets and why they don’t work
3) Stop associating your self worth with the number on the scale
4) Working with a therapist through your journey
5) Give your body what it needs one step at a time
This 30-minute episode is on:
Jana and Maverick talk about finding your drive and hope within yourself, fad dieting, and why they don’t work. Why you should stop associating your self-worth with the number on the scale.
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