How To Outsmart Fitness and Weight Loss Gimmicks
Are you ready for some cold, hard facts on fitness and weight loss gimmicks? I don’t want you to waste your money on things that don’t work. Buckle up for my harsh truths on why things like 30-day squat challenges don’t work, red flags on supplement labels, foods and supplements that are not doing what influencers say they do, and how to outsmart all of it by knowing what these things are really all about.
From waist trainers, to juicing, to fat burners, to metabolism resets, to detoxes and cleanses, and one particular MLM that is selling lies — find out why these are all not worth your time or money.
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In this episode:
• Why “proprietary blend” is a big red flag on certain supplements
• Examples of popular products that are not worth spending any money on no matter how much you might want to believe the convincing marketing tactics
• Mistakes I’ve made in the past
• A certain popular MLM (multi-level marketing company) that’s making impossible claims
• Why juicing (fruits and vegetables, not steroids) is not as “healthy” as most people want to believe, where most people go wrong when juicing
I’m Kelly Wilson, owner of fitfizzstudio.com and I’m a personal trainer, nutrition coach, behavior change specialist, autoimmune disease educator and I’ve worked in the health and fitness industry for over 25 years.
I’m here to help you ditch the gimmicks, finding strength through your struggles, give you the knowledge for making the smartest choices for your own health and to remind you to celebrate victory all along the way.
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