Neurotype Case Study: Gina

Meet Gina! Gina is a type 3 Neurotype. Type 3’s are serotonin dominant, meaning they have low levels of serotonin. Typically type 3’s are your worriers. They’re high cortisol producers and more anxious. They love to plan things out in advance. Type 3’s are built for more endurance activities like long distance running or cycling. When it comes to...

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Individual Variance

Individual Variance. It's something I talk a lot about but it often goes overlooked. Reason being, no one wants to hear "it depends" as the answer to their questions. The truth is, it really does depend! When it comes to human metabolism, hormone health, gut health, macros, cardio, strength training, fasting, fat loss, building muscle, and...

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Neurotype Case Study: Meghan

I want to introduce you to Meghan. Like me, Meghan is a type 2A. We are adrenaline dominant and built for variety. I used to bounce around to different programs and couldn't figure out why nothing would stick. Meghan had a similar experience and then began training based on her Neurotype. She works out at home and because she enjoys several...

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Neurotype Case Study: Jess

Meet Jess! She is a badass client of mine who came to me with the primary goal of improved body composition. I want to walk you through the process of what that looks like from a training, nutrition, and lifestyle standpoint. Jess is a type 1A. If you aren't familiar with the Neurotype's yet, a type 1A is dopamine dominant. They have low levels...

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Intuitive Eating

As a concept, I think intuitive eating is fantastic. I'd even go as far as to say that it should be the gold standard or the pinnacle of nutritional practices for a healthy lifestyle. Here's my issue with intuitive eating ... in our current environment, we are almost set up to fail. There are a number of reasons why I feel this way so let's break...

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