May 19, 2023

Episode 320: 5 Myths About Exercise Stopping You from Losing Weight

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Exercise ≠ Weightloss

You read that right. Exercise DOES NOT EQUAL weightloss.

In fact, there are FIVE MYTHS around exercise and weightloss you must know.

Believing even one of these myths can screw up your weightloss.

AND to tell us alllll about it is Coach MJ from No BS. If you think I’m full of sass and straight talk, you ain’t seen nothing yet.

Her personal No BS hashtag is #bitchgotgoals.

If you got goals then you’re going to love what Coach MJ has to say about exercise.

LIsten to Episode 320: 5 Myths About Exercise Stopping You From Losing Weight today.

Transcript

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Corinne (she/her): Hello to everyone who is in here. I am

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Corinne (she/her): Coach Mj: I am the head of the member success team at No. We as weight loss, and I am filling in for correct, and we are going to be talking about

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Corinne (she/her): the myths, the 5 myth about exercise that are stopping you from losing weight. It’s exciting to be here. I’m going to

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Corinne (she/her): share on

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Corinne (she/her): nice book.

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Corinne (she/her): Let me see why on Facebook. Let me see if I can get this going

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Corinne (she/her): so that we can share, and everybody

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Corinne (she/her): can see. I say, share to my

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Corinne (she/her): let’s see losing £100 podcast. Let’s see if this works. Let’s see if this works

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Corinne (she/her): all right. I’m going off. It says.

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Corinne (she/her): all right. Here we go. Here we go. very excited to be here.

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Corinne (she/her): It I don’t know who was on here with me for marketing. It is not allowing me

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Corinne (she/her): to share

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Corinne (she/her): on the Facebook page, so it says it did. But I don’t think it is so. We may have to

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Corinne (she/her): be done with that.

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Corinne (she/her): It is not allowing it. Oh, I think it’s working

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Corinne (she/her): good, good, good, good, all right. Now. I just don’t know where i’m living on zoom.

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Corinne (she/her): But

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Corinne (she/her): let’s see. all right. I’m just going to start talking and hopefully everything is working like I said, I am Coach Mj. I am the head of the member Success team at Novi S.

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Corinne (she/her): I am. I have been with Corinne since 2,019. I found her. and I’ve lost £85 and kept it off. I like to say that I have been wearing the same shorts for a few years, which is awesome.

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Corinne (she/her): It’s one of my one of my favorite things that I can go in my closet in the summer, and we’re at the same close. It’s amazing. I live in South Carolina. Lost £85 like I said, and I started out as a coach and Nobs, and now I am over member success. So anything that touches the membership

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Corinne (she/her): is kind of my responsibility. So coaching community accountability groups, new member calls emails website any of the stuff that touches

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Corinne (she/her): the membership. This is is kind of my thing, so i’m excited to be here. So we are going to talk about the exercise, miss, that are stopping you from weight loss. We this is Corinne’s lab call, but I am Coach Mj.

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Corinne (she/her): The head of the Member Success team here. So let’s get after it. So if you have any questions, post them in the chat, we have our amazing marketing team in the chat. She is typing in all caps, so she’s not my a She just let you know

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Corinne (she/her): that you know it’s someone from our team who is giving you amazing advice. She will also anything that I say that is amazing. She will highlight that and post it in all caps in the chat. So let’s get to it.

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Corinne (she/her): So we’re going to talk about exercise today. So inside of Nobs this month we’re actually doing a movement challenge movement may.

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Corinne (she/her): if you will, and we’re just asking our members if they want to to move, but today we’re going to be to my hex or styles. So first myth, we’re going to go through 5 myths during this call so. Myth Number one is you have to exercise, to lose weight.

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Corinne (she/her): So I believe this for a long time as well, you know, eat right and exercise right? Who does not?

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Corinne (she/her): Has Who’s not heard that, like we’ve all heard that eat right exercise. You’ll lose your weight.

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Corinne (she/her): so i’m just going to challenge all. If that were true.

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Corinne (she/her): if exercise created weight, loss, there would be no overweight people at the gym.

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Corinne (she/her): Every gym rap that has been going forever would be then

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Corinne (she/her): right? That’s not true.

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Corinne (she/her): You can walk into a gym anytime. See people that have been going for years, and they still have wait to lose

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Corinne (she/her): One of my favorite stories comes from one of our other coaches inside of Nobs coach. Christie, her sister, has terrible policy, and she had extra weight to lose.

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Corinne (she/her): She can’t even transfer herself. She’s in a wheelchair

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Corinne (she/her): cannot be.

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Corinne (she/her): and she lost her way with the 4 basics that Karen teaches at Nobs. She can’t exercise physically cannot move.

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Corinne (she/her): She lost her weight.

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Corinne (she/her): So in order to lose weight, the only rep that you have to work on is taking your hand to your mouth.

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Corinne (she/her): That is the most important. Rep. To work on, not reps in the gym, not reps on the treadmill, not reps outside walking. The most important Rep. Is your hand

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Corinne (she/her): going to your mouth?

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Corinne (she/her): The reason we’re overweight is not because we’re not moving it’s because our bosses piss us off.

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Corinne (she/her): and we come home, and we deserve to eat.

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Corinne (she/her): We’re given Bob our boss our weight loss because he pissed us off. So we just decided you know what I I had a bad day, or

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Corinne (she/her): I’ve been good all day. I deserve a treat. That’s where the weight comes from. You cannot outrun your mouth

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Corinne (she/her): if I go in there now, and need a gallon of ice cream. I am because I’m. Pissed off at my well. My boss is Karan. Who would ever be pissed off at Korea.

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Corinne (she/her): If I go in there right now I can go for my wall. I can go with wait. I can go do all that stuff.

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Corinne (she/her): I’m not going to be able to outrun that ice cream that I ate because I was pissed off at somebody.

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Corinne (she/her): If you already move, keep moving.

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Corinne (she/her): There’s so many good reasons to move, but it’s not for weight loss. You want to move, so that whenever you have grandchildren you can get up and down out of the floor with them.

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Corinne (she/her): You want to move, so you don’t get winded going through the Walmart. You want to move so that you know if somebody asks you to go on a wall. You can do it with the

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Corinne (she/her): you want to move because it’s good for your overall health. not because you’re trying to outrun your mouth

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Corinne (she/her): and lose weight. There are so many good reasons to exercise, and i’m not saying, Don’t exercise, I am just saying it is not necessary for weight loss.

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Corinne (she/her): When I first found Karen I did not move for about

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Corinne (she/her): £2030. I just did not. I want to.

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Corinne (she/her): I was pushing £300.

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I didn’t want to move.

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Corinne (she/her): I didn’t feel like it as I lost weight, and I worked on those reps. Hand them out reps first.

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Corinne (she/her): I sort of feel a little bit better. It’s like. Maybe I could move a little bit more. Maybe I could go outside and do some stuff.

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Corinne (she/her): That’s what got me into movement.

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Corinne (she/her): not because I had to to lose weight. There are a ton of members inside of nobs

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Corinne (she/her): that just don’t want to exercise. I was in the Facebook group this morning, and somebody was like this movement. Challenge ain’t for me?

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Corinne (she/her): I’m gonna watch another course. I’m gonna go back through the Nobs weight, loss, Course, I don’t want to move, and I love my reasons. I say, that is amazing. If somebody commented, You know, last time we did a movement challenge in ovs. I didn’t want to move, either. Now i’m down £40. I’m starting to walk a little bit this month.

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Corinne (she/her): That is what makes movement amazing. You do it because you want to, not because you have to to lose weight.

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Corinne (she/her): The reason that

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Corinne (she/her): Yeah, why would, if if this was. If this was true, I want you to really think about it. What I said in the beginning.

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Corinne (she/her): If it’s true.

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Corinne (she/her): everybody who is immobile, for whatever reason would be overweight you had to exercise, to lose weight. I come from a physical therapy nursing Home Home Health background before I became a life coach.

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Corinne (she/her): and you know

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Corinne (she/her): the nursing home and home health was full of people that could not move, and they were at a normal weight

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Corinne (she/her): because they they ate when they were hungry, and they stopped when they had enough.

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Corinne (she/her): That is what creates weight loss. myth number 2. This number 2 about exercise, as it relates to weight. Loss.

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Corinne (she/her): Exercise means i’ll need to eat more y’all. This is coming

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Corinne (she/her): from Old Weight Watchers Bullshit, that we were told. If you walk for 30 min you get to eat more food. That is simply not true.

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Corinne (she/her): You do not burn enough calories

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Corinne (she/her): in what we would typically think as a workout, even if you’re working out close to an hour a day, it does not require

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Corinne (she/her): extra food.

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Corinne (she/her): Now you may notice that you get hungrier a little bit earlier in the day. That’s fine. Just eat when you’re hungry like Karen teaches us inside of No. Bs.

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Corinne (she/her): If you are a training for a marathon or an iron man, or even a half marathon. and you get up in knowledge.

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Corinne (she/her): 5 6 7 8 miles. Yes, you are probably going to eat more. But if you’re exercising right at that hour a day or less, mark

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Corinne (she/her): your body is not going to be asking you for extra food

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Corinne (she/her): a lot of times. We think that we’re hungry, and a lot of that is just urges because it’s what we’ve been told for so long.

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Corinne (she/her): You’re not a dog just because you worked out does not mean you get a treat because you, you know, Put your feet on the pavement for 30 min. and walked around and listen to a podcast

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Corinne (she/her): those kind of exercises They’re amazing. They get your heart rate up.

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Corinne (she/her): Get you some vitamin d and some fresh air all the things. but it does not create a need for extra food. And listen.

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Corinne (she/her): We especially if you’ve got wait to lose. We’ve got reserves we’ve got last week’s Nola corral. If your mother we got the mother’s day cake that we ate on Sunday.

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Corinne (she/her): we can tap into some stuff

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Corinne (she/her): we have reserves, even if you’re thin. You’ve got reserves.

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Corinne (she/her): There is plenty of energy and calories that your body has on hand. It does not need extra food. I mean I did. I have been a runner in the past. I’m not running right now to want to.

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Corinne (she/her): Just don’t want to right now, but I never. I was so shocked at how many few calories. I was buried there when I was running

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Corinne (she/her): like even that. I always overestimated how much energy it took to run.

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Corinne (she/her): and I really did not need extra food until I got into the 7 8 9 mile mark.

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Corinne (she/her): Once I was running over an hour at a time. because i’m slowly like that I did need extra food.

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Corinne (she/her): but not until then, which you know would shock me. It shocked me

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Corinne (she/her): also. You want to honor your hunger just like Corinne teaches.

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Corinne (she/her): If you work out, you don’t have to immediately go home and eat, wait for hunger.

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Corinne (she/her): Some of you may be hungry right after you exercise or move your body.

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Corinne (she/her): Some people might notice that they’re just their hunger cues. Kind of stay the same. You tap into those reserves.

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Corinne (she/her): and you do just fine.

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Corinne (she/her): but it’s listening to your body, paying attention to your body, deciding.

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Corinne (she/her): You know what you need in the moment is what matters the most.

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Corinne (she/her): but it does not necessarily. We don’t, we, we don’t get a treat because we do some yoga.

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Corinne (she/her): or we go swimming where we run a bike. or we walk in the neighborhood. That is not extra food is not necessary, no matter what we’ve been told. Number 3,

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Corinne (she/her): only hardcore workouts count little shit don’t count only hardcore workouts, count.

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Corinne (she/her): I’m gonna tell you. That is crap. That is such crap. Everything counts. everything counts. Add it up during the day. Park a little bit further. When you go to work.

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Corinne (she/her): take one flight of steps. If you’re at work.

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Corinne (she/her): We have got a coach inside of nobody else. She’s a competitive stair climber Coach Julie. and we have private clients inside of nobody asked.

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Corinne (she/her): and they’re 25 min calls and we schedule on the 30 min, mark. Do you know what she does, and for those 5 min she has got a hill outside. She gets up from her desk. She goes outside. She goes down the hill, and she comes back up the hill.

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Corinne (she/her): and she gets on her next call. That’s her work out.

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Corinne (she/her): If you see, you know 8 or 10 clients a day.

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Corinne (she/her): you know. That’s 5 min each time that she is getting in a workout.

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Corinne (she/her): Everything counts when you are like me, i’m at home all day long If I just get up and walk around the house that counts.

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Corinne (she/her): If I go back and forth to the mailbox, it counts

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Corinne (she/her): every little thing counts, and it adds up: When I first started exercising, I told you I didn’t exercise for about 25 or £30 an app. When I say I was all in with Karen. I was all in with Korean, and I know a lot of you are.

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Corinne (she/her): and I really I. In the past. When I had exercise.

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Corinne (she/her): Y’all I a hard core. I even broke my foot like

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Corinne (she/her): working out so hard because I was. I believe, that you had to exercise to lose way. But I was like I’m gonna do it different. Do what Corinne says, Corinne says, take little steps.

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Corinne (she/her): So when I finally decided I wanted to start moving. I wanted to start walking. That was what I wanted to do. and I knew my history.

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Corinne (she/her): I would like join a gym, and I would go all out, and I would do all these things. And then, after a couple of weeks, what would happen? I would fizzle out.

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Corinne (she/her): I would just stop because it was too much.

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Corinne (she/her): So I decided I was going to do what Karen said those little steps, so what did I do? For the first

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Corinne (she/her): 10 days, 2 weeks. I just laid out my clothes at night and put them on first thing in the morning.

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Corinne (she/her): and then I would come in and get my coffee and watch television. I didn’t even move.

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Corinne (she/her): I didn’t even exercise. Now I was doing physical therapy. I had a fiscal job. but I didn’t move like movement. Move for a while, for like 10 days, 2 weeks.

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Corinne (she/her): and then I thought, Wonder if

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Corinne (she/her): I could walk around my house for 5 min before I sit down. I have my coffee.

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Corinne (she/her): They made it outside y’all, just putting on the clothes. Could I just walk around like? Do some, you know, laps around the living room for 5 min. That’s what I did. Now. We’ll sit down and drink my coffee and watch the today show.

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Corinne (she/her): After a couple of more weeks. I was like, you know, what

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Corinne (she/her): maybe I could just do, my cousin, but live on a call to site, and I just do a call to side. I started doing that.

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Corinne (she/her): That’s what I started doing now, all of that little shit that most of the time in the past, I would have said didn’t matter.

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Corinne (she/her): led me to 5 half marathons.

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Corinne (she/her): 2 of them with my daughter. She’s a half marathon or 2. My other daughter’s getting in is engaged. She’s getting married.

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Corinne (she/her): I was able to run a heck. Well, he ran way faster than me, her fiance, but it has become a family thing, and it all started because I decided to put on my damn closed.

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Corinne (she/her): All of it counts. When you decide that everything matters, every step you take

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Corinne (she/her): towards who you want to be matters. and you give yourself credit for it.

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Corinne (she/her): That’s when you start to see change. That’s where motivation comes from. That is where that is where the Mojo lives.

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Corinne (she/her): That is where it comes from. Y’all it doesn’t come from. Well, that’s not good enough. When I was crossing the finish lines at those half marathons

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Corinne (she/her): I didn’t say, oh, God! You know what I could have done one extra if I would have just like started moving earlier.

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No, I was proud of he of myself

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Corinne (she/her): when I was crossing those finish lines when I was with my kids like

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Corinne (she/her): me. £285 Mj. Would have never said, hey, girls, I have 3 daughters. Let’s sign up for a turkey trot on Thanksgiving morning.

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Corinne (she/her): but that’s who I became.

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Corinne (she/her): That’s who I became, because I decided to put on my damn clothes

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Corinne (she/her): Get up and stand in the kitchen. Take a 5 min, break 2 min break and have a dance party for crime. Out loud, shake it out!

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Corinne (she/her): Stand up from your desk, even if you have to go in the back or install at work and shake your hips like Shakira. Go ahead.

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Corinne (she/her): it counts. Add it up. Do not discount little things. little things matter little things make a difference. All right. I got. I got on my hot horse with that one. All right.

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Corinne (she/her): Weights make you gain weight. Now I will tell you when you first start lifting weights? If you decide to lift weights.

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Corinne (she/her): will your scale go up? Yes, for a minute. Why?

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Corinne (she/her): Because when you lift weights.

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Corinne (she/her): You get little bikero tears in your muscles, the physical therapist and me talking right now.

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Corinne (she/her): The only thing that repairs it is water water. so it’s like a little sponge.

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Corinne (she/her): You get all these little micro tears. What happens when you have a dry sponge and you fill it full of water. It blows up.

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Corinne (she/her): but once it gets repaired and everything is good, your body releases that water, but it’s not fat. You’re gaining. It’s not weight you’re gaining. I call it.

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Corinne (she/her): it will disappear. The reason that weights are so good, especially for women of a certain age. It’s because it’s like bubble rep for your bones. It keeps you from breaking a him

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Corinne (she/her): It makes your bones and your skeletal structure more stable.

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Corinne (she/her): It is not required.

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Corinne (she/her): It’s really good, though it is really good, and your body weight counts too.

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Corinne (she/her): Body weight counts, too. You don’t have to be in the big boy section of the gym lift and heavy

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Corinne (she/her): you can do a wall. Push up. bring your feet out a little bit away from the wall, do a push up, build up your shelters

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Corinne (she/her): every bit counts. There’s all kinds of like free Youtube stuff that you can like. Body weight exercises. Start there if you want to. It’s not required.

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Corinne (she/her): It is not required, but it does not make you gain weight. If that were true.

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Corinne (she/her): remember, like we always have evidence that all this crap that we’ve told ourselves. Is it true? Walk into any gym, see any meat head, guy? He would be, as you know, big as a house that’s not true.

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Corinne (she/her): Them with tiny ways, most of them. And then big, old, mostly shoulders and stuff.

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Corinne (she/her): That’s what happens when you lift weights. It does not make you bad makes you strong.

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Corinne (she/her): That is what Lipton weights will do. Food puts on fact. Weightlifting does not again lifting weights.

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Corinne (she/her): You do reps to get stronger. so you can increase the reps there and decrease the reps. you know. Hand to my decrease. Those reps

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Corinne (she/her): increase the reps at the gym. If you want to decrease those hand to mouth ones that’s where you lose weight.

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Corinne (she/her): You want to be at some point in your life up nursing home forever right 20 years in the nursing home. I want to be able to get in and out of the floor.

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Corinne (she/her): I want to be a strong, independent woman.

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Corinne (she/her): Well, I am. I’m a strong, independent woman. I want to continue to be that well into my fiftys, into my sixties, into my seventies.

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Corinne (she/her): So it’s important for me to lift weights.

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Corinne (she/her): but it’s just some bullshit story that you tell yourself that if I lift weight we’re not talking about being all muscled up. Being small, we’re just talking about

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Corinne (she/her): putting some bubble wrap around your bones. If that’s what you want to do. But again, it’s not required for weight boss, but so many people shy away from it

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Corinne (she/her): Anything under 30 min doesn’t count. We kind of already touched on this, like every little bit counts. How many of you

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Corinne (she/her): have this idea. It’s either 30 min or nothing.

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Corinne (she/her): and sit around and do nothing. and then decide well, because I didn’t even. I mean I don’t have the time to exercise. So since I don’t have the time to exercise. I’m never going to lose weight anyway. Might as well eat

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Corinne (she/her): How many of us do that? I did it for years.

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Corinne (she/her): If it’s not perfect.

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Corinne (she/her): then I can’t do it. You know I quit everything. I’m, i’m not perfect at.

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Corinne (she/her): If I if it’s not perfect, i’m not into it. It’s not even worth My time is that you must exercise right to lose weight.

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Corinne (she/her): and for all of my perfection. This is my favorite thing to say to perfection, as I say in the membership all the time. If you’re an obvious woman, you have heard this before, but I won’t. Say it again for everybody who says if it’s not perfect, I quit every time I don’t ever complete anything. If it’s not perfect. I want you to think about this.

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Corinne (she/her): If you graduated high school and from K. 5 to the twelfth grade you make anything less than a 100. You didn’t do it perfectly. But you finished, anyway.

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Corinne (she/her): You completed as though if you’ve ever burnt bread for dinner you didn’t give up cooking.

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Corinne (she/her): You’ve done something imperfectly, but you kept doing it anyway.

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Corinne (she/her): If you’ve ever made a mistake at work and didn’t just walk out and give up working all together.

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Corinne (she/her): Then you’ve proven to yourself. You can do something imperfectly, and, by God, if you’re a parent.

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Corinne (she/her): Take them to the curve because you didn’t do it perfect. We have more evidence that it doesn’t have to be perfect, or what we think perfect is.

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Corinne (she/her): I was just in. I was in Iraq a few weeks ago, like a month ago. I didn’t give up driving. I went to the public. So this morning

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Corinne (she/her): we do everything in perfectly, and we keep going

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Corinne (she/her): every little bit counts.

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Corinne (she/her): How many of you are discounting? If you’ve got a 5 min break like Coach Julie up and down that hill.

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Corinne (she/her): What if she said that wasn’t enough? She climbed a stratosphere. She found the space needle doing that.

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Corinne (she/her): Every little bit helps every little bit counts. Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could move 10 min a day, 7 days a week. That’s 70 min of exercise a week

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Corinne (she/her): instead of sitting around not doing anything because you don’t have 30 min look. When I found Corinne I had still have 3 children.

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Corinne (she/her): Competitive dancer was one of them senior in high school, another one y’all, and I got seniors. You know how much that takes taking care of my elderly grandmother and my mother

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Corinne (she/her): working full time in the nursing home, and you know I had a social life.

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Corinne (she/her): I didn’t have 30 min to rub together y’all

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Corinne (she/her): I didn’t. I was busy. I had shit going on.

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Corinne (she/her): and I was 10 min was 5 that 5 min around my my house.

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Corinne (she/her): Tom. 7, 35 min. That’s more than I was ever doing before, and I was consistent with it.

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Corinne (she/her): I was consistent. And then what you do you start to do? You want to do more.

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Corinne (she/her): it’s all about just getting up and moving a lot of times you get up the move, and then you’re like Well, this isn’t terrible like I can maybe do one more round around a cold sat.

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Corinne (she/her): That’s what it takes all letting go of this bullshit perfection, and if it’s not 30 min, and it doesn’t count.

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Corinne (she/her): I mean, I see women just beating themselves up all the time, because they can’t do it perfectly, and they can’t do 30 min, and they don’t have time for 30 min. What do you have time, for. We spend so much time thinking about what we don’t have time to do. You said, what do I have time to do?

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Corinne (she/her): I’m a. It’s a physical therapist that’s best exercise Ever Stand up and sit down 10 times in a low chair without using your arms. When you talk about building some strength, building some stamina.

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Corinne (she/her): and that don’t take a lot of time.

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Corinne (she/her): and it counts all.

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Corinne (she/her): Give yourself credit, every fight you leave behind, every drink of water you drink

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Corinne (she/her): every time you get up from your desk and you move around.

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Corinne (she/her): beaten myself up because I think it’s not good enough. You know what I got really good at. I’m proud of you.

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Corinne (she/her): but I do it. Anyway. I get at least moving something, whether it is just walking around the house, or going, you know, up and down my hill to the mailbox.

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Corinne (she/her): and a lot of times I want to do more, and sometimes I don’t and guess what? That’s okay.

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Corinne (she/her): I don’t have to go all out every single day.

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Corinne (she/her): I don’t act it.

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Corinne (she/her): I give myself credit for every single thing that I do for myself.

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Corinne (she/her): Yes, Annabelle says I need to practice that girl. You. Do you really? Do

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Corinne (she/her): It’s just important. Just what we have to do. No, we work hard every day to get out at bed.

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Corinne (she/her): take care of our homes, take care of everybody around us. We deserve 5 min.

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Corinne (she/her): I you, you know I told you my daughter was a competitive dancer. and when I first found Koran we would travel on the weekends to dance competitions. and I noticed at first I didn’t want to drink my water.

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Corinne (she/her): because I didn’t want to have to ask to go to the bathroom. so I’ve stopped paying up time.

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Corinne (she/her): Well, y’all I do enough for them people that live in this house, or did live in this house, You know they’ve all like the to now, but

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Corinne (she/her): what up? They could pull over for 5 min and let me go to the bathroom.

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Corinne (she/her): I deserve to drink my water. I deserve it

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Corinne (she/her): because I do enough for these people. The least they can do is pull over a couple of times, so let me go to the bathroom.

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Corinne (she/her): because I matter what I want matters.

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Corinne (she/her): I get so fired up. Y’all want to know what fires me up is, how women speak to themselves.

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Corinne (she/her): how they discount their wins and what they’re doing every day by just showing up and being badass women.

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Corinne (she/her): they are amazing, and so are y’all because you show up every day. Look, Karen’s going to be so excited that I got teary. I’m not the crime Coach

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Corinne (she/her): me and Lizzo, we could change the world if we partner not me and Liz out.

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Corinne (she/her): we could change the world, and how women speak to themselves. So if you all have any questions about exercising. I’m not telling you all. Not exercise. Exercise is a great accountability. Partner.

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Corinne (she/her): Exercise is great for your heart.

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Corinne (she/her): Exercise is great, especially if you’re going to be outside in the weather, get you some sun and some vitamin D, and just move around. you know. Lubricate your joints a little bit. Build up your stamina. It’s amazing, but it is not necessary for weight loss.

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Corinne (she/her): So all of your questions in the Q. And a. I am more than happy.

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Corinne (she/her): I am more than happy to answer anything that you have any questions you have but Nobs, any questions that you have about me, any questions you have by exercise. Just let me know.

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Corinne (she/her): Jb: what if I don’t like to eat breakfast? But i’m a binge eater. Okay. Great question inside of nobody as we do have been support group. We have a Binge coach inside of the membership, but it starts with trusting your body.

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Corinne (she/her): if i’m not hungry right now. I don’t have to eat. but that doesn’t mean that I get more later.

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Corinne (she/her): but it’s just that calming yourself down and saying i’m not hungry right now. Food is always available to me

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Corinne (she/her): Does it working out from your body? It sure does, Janice, especially if you’re doing an including some late. It’s a great way to get a little bit firmer. If you are someone who needs to lose weight, and then you lose your weight. Weights are great addition to help with that loose skin that you’re gonna

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Corinne (she/her): Donna, I never realized getting up, and now, from a low chair would be so helpful. Yes, exactly.

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Corinne (she/her): I’ve stopped doing everything in my body aches now. Any other tips I can do from home. Yes, there’s so, donna there are so many. I don’t know your age there is like gentle Yoga is a great way to get your body moving.

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Corinne (she/her): and just kind of stretch yourself out there a lot of like, I said, like those body weight like push ups against the wall, is really really good. That, you know, sitting down, standing up from a low chair is amazing, but especially if you’ve not been in movement much at all.

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Corinne (she/her): is a great way to get started with some movement, and just like, prepare your body for for more movement if you want to. Walking is amazing, and donna same thing 5 min to walk him. If you’re doing nothing now, Can you just walk for 5 min today?

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Corinne (she/her): See how it goes? If you’re not ready for 5 min, Can you just walk for 3 min today. Can you just put on your clothes like I did?

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Corinne (she/her): Can you just put on some tennis shoes and walk around the house?

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Corinne (she/her): Any little thing counts.

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Corinne (she/her): Mary Lynn says, is housework considered movement for my body? Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes.

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Corinne (she/her): sure he is. Who’s all worked up a sweat. I have danced around this house, cleaning it with prints in my ear more times than I count

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Corinne (she/her): and even if you sit all day like, let’s say you’re not doing heavy, like scrubbing a. You know a toilet, or scrubbing a bathtub, or you know floors or any of that kind of stuff. If you sit all day.

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Corinne (she/her): I love running. But what about the cortisol that increases belly for belly? Fact. Okay, Corey. that would mean that every ultra marathoner who runs would be overweight

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Corinne (she/her): and you get a little bit more cortisol, it’s not like any, because cortisol is released from stress, too, so that would mean every brain surgeon who is under stress, every firefighter, every police officer, every teacher who is under stress

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Corinne (she/her): Then everybody who runs or is under stress would be overweight.

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Corinne (she/her): It’s not true.

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Corinne (she/her): It’s just not, and don’t use it as an excuse to not even try to run.

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Corinne (she/her): Okay, there are many types of diets from Vegan as veganism to plant, based to eating from the blood type to Keto. How do I know which one works best for me? How does it make you feel

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Corinne (she/her): You know nobody else. We teach good better best. So I won’t. Get into it right now. But best foods really are. They taste amazing.

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Corinne (she/her): They feel amazing in your body. They sustain you.

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Corinne (she/her): They support weight, loss If that’s what you’re working on, and anything any diet that you’re on, any, any

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Corinne (she/her): it doesn’t matter, and what works for one person does not work for everybody like for me. No foods are off limits.

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Corinne (she/her): You typically don’t see me the sandwich in the middle of the day, because I will crash. I get tired in the afternoon, so I never choose like a sandwich much at lunch.

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Corinne (she/her): Do you have tips for people that get cravings. Yes, decide. Why are you having a craving? We call them urges inside of Novs.

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Corinne (she/her): I deserve it. It tastes so good. I just want it. I’ve been so good all day. My boss was an ass. My kids don’t appreciate me.

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Corinne (she/her): Those that is kind of where that sort of stuff comes from the things that you’re telling yourself.

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Corinne (she/her): and we address all of that in Novs, and there’s some of it on on Corinne’s losing £100 podcast. But that is exactly where it comes from when you really are wanting something, be like, what am I? What am I even saying to myself right now.

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Corinne (she/her): Maybe it’s i’m tired. A lot of people eat who eats after 80’clock. What times is your body saying? Let’s go to bed, and you’re like. Oh, but this is my time. This is my time. I just want to. I just want to be by myself. Finally got everybody off to bed.

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Corinne (she/her): Yeah, Donna, says i’m 58. You keep hearing about you, but it’s really, good yoga is good.

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Corinne (she/her): Can you talk about stuff self-sabotage? Why do we do this? Inside the membership? We have a whole course about self sabotage. But there’s so many reasons that we would self sabotage so it could be. I coach somebody the other day who had never kept her way off.

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Corinne (she/her): And so she realized she was telling herself, you’re just going to be ashamed and disappointed when you gain this weight back.

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Corinne (she/her): So there are so many reasons that we sell sabotage sometimes, maybe at a certain weight. You experience trauma. and your brain keeps a whole picture of the trauma that you experience, and when you get closer to that weight.

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Corinne (she/her): your body’s like Nope, it’s not safe it that way. There’s so many reasons that, you self-sabotage.

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Corinne (she/her): But it really just come down to uncovering what you’re so afraid of.

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Corinne (she/her): so like for my for the client inside the membership that I coach this week.

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Corinne (she/her): She just realized that it was. She knew she just knew right like that. She was going to lose this weight, gain it back, be embarrassed that people were gonna be like. Well, she did it again. Lost that way and it all back.

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Corinne (she/her): you know, ashamed to show herself out in public because she done all this work and lost all this way and gained it all back because she just assumed that that was what was going to happen. So she just stopped herself from

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Corinne (she/her): I’ve had back in these surgeries. How can I get back into shape, Stephanie? First You want to make sure that your doctor approves any exercise that you do.

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Corinne (she/her): Ask him what would be good exercises for you, and just start there.

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Corinne (she/her): Just start there. Yoga is probably good for you. If I had to imagine you might have to avoid certain poses depending on you know what’s going on for you, but you always want to check with your doctor before you start to move. But there are a ton of very gentle exercises and ways to move

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Corinne (she/her): that are really really good.

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Corinne (she/her): My excuse to not lifting weights is I want. I don’t want to do it wrong, like proper form. I’ll hurt myself, so I stick to Cardio

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Corinne (she/her): if it’s wrong, it’ll typically be painful

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Corinne (she/her): like? What what does that even mean wrong, like, you know you want to. You don’t want to hurt yourself. But if you’re using really small ways to start and do it in front of a mirror.

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Corinne (she/her): Watch some videos get after it in front of a mirror. Watch yourself. Watch your form.

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Corinne (she/her): If you notice you’re getting tired. Stop! That’s typically when people lose their form is when they’re either going too heavy for themselves or over wrapping it

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Corinne (she/her): right, and then they, their form gets a little bit out of whack.

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Corinne (she/her): and first I do body weight get really good at the form without the wait first, and then start adding in a little bit away.

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Corinne (she/her): No, Tammy says you mentioned some days. You don’t want to move, but you do. How do I turn the switch? I know I will enjoy it. It will be good for me, but it’s just not enough to turn the switch, especially when my body feels tired. We have something inside of Nobs called, Can I just

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Corinne (she/her): can I just put my shoes on? Can I just walk for 5 min? Make the make the barrier for entry so low

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Corinne (she/her): that you really cannot refuse yourself? Can I just sit on the floor and stretch my answering for 5 min? 3 min?

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Corinne (she/her): Can I just do 5 body weight push-ups against the wall.

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Corinne (she/her): and then, if you and and tell yourself if i’m done at that point, if I realize i’m too tired.

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Corinne (she/her): then we’ll stop. But 9 times out of 10.

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Corinne (she/her): Keep going, and sometimes you won’t, and that’s when you say good for you for trying. You know what

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Corinne (she/her): That’s where it starts.

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Corinne (she/her): How can I stop emotional eating? Well, you need to join the we do. That’s really what we talk about, because really all of us emotionally eat right like that’s why we’re all overweight.

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Corinne (she/her): If i’m sad, my boyfriend broke up with me. Oh, where do you want to go? 8, honey?

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Corinne (she/her): It’s just I was just taught that my emotions could get better if I ate over them.

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Corinne (she/her): Make even more happy. So it’s just starting to recognize that you know your happiness depends on what you’re telling yourself.

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Corinne (she/her): If somebody is, you know, sick or or something happens in your life.

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Corinne (she/her): Eating is not going to make it better.

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Corinne (she/her): Eating is not going to make it better. Think about all the times you’ve been pissed off. Somebody mad angry at somebody. and you ate over it afterwards. You’re still mad angry

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Corinne (she/her): now. You did have that in like. For a second you felt better that relief.

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Corinne (she/her): It’s changing that conversation that we have with ourselves.

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Corinne (she/her): I used to. You know me and my mom, You know we all a lot of us got mama drama.

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Corinne (she/her): and I used to eat over my mom for so long, and then I finally i’m like I’m not giving her my weight boss, too.

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Corinne (she/her): she’s still gonna be my mama. She still will say stuff.

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Corinne (she/her): I’m not giving that away.

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Corinne (she/her): So it’s just watching what you tell yourself how you talk to yourself.

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Corinne (she/her): I don’t eat before exercise, but when I get home i’m way past hungry, and likely overeat. So this is such a good question, so I do not eat before I exercise.

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Corinne (she/her): Some people do so. If you notice you are starving. You got a couple of options. You could keep a bar or a snack in your car to eat on your way home. If you know that you’re really hungry after a workout.

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Corinne (she/her): If you know that typically your energy dips in the middle of your workout. Even if you’re not hungry beforehand. you could eat a little something no one that your energy is going to deal. Whenever I got into those higher miles of like

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Corinne (she/her): I needed some fuel on board, and I was always with a half a banana and some peanut butter, which is to my husband. Off. He was like, I want you to hold it in no way. We the other half the banana whatever.

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Corinne (she/her): but that is, you know kind of how I got after it. But if if you notice your energy is dipping, you may need be somebody that needs to eat a little bit before

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Corinne (she/her): or if you notice dipping in the middle, or you’re super hungry afterwards, just keep a snack. I used to do that from work. So I was starving when I would get off from work, because, you know, we had to hit the nursing home.

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Corinne (she/her): You gotta eat when they eat, so by 1130 that I would work on 5, and I was with patients the whole time. I didn’t have like a snack in the middle of the afternoon they had to come home. I had kids I put forward

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Corinne (she/her): so I would keep like a 100 power calories snack pack of nuts in my car to eat, so that whenever I got home I was not starving like I was when I got off work.

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Corinne (she/her): So that’s another way that you can do it. Just keep a small smack if you notice you’re really hungry

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Corinne (she/her): after losing through Keto, i’m having trouble losing any other way, and I cannot stay off cards. Okay, date.

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Corinne (she/her): So you lost through Keto.

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Corinne (she/her): And I just want to ask you like, how did it make you feel? How did you feel when you were doing? Keto did feel amazing? Is it something that you could do for the rest of your life?

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Corinne (she/her): thinking that we have to do something. So D: Yeah. So she said, she loves it, but not for the rest of your life. I saw something on Tiktok today, and it was like

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Corinne (she/her): she was the Keto ish. Mom, like, I think, was like her handle or whatever, and I was like what a great way to like. Describe yourself like maybe she felt amazing doing the ketos, and not really having a ton of cards.

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Corinne (she/her): But she still is finding a way to include cars in her diet. I was like that’s amazing. It’s whatever works for you.

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Corinne (she/her): Play around with it. Do you want to be 80% Keto, because you love how you feel.

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Corinne (she/her): It gives you energy like the those foods feel amazing in your body Eating in that sort of way.

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Corinne (she/her): and Perry, that of us and menopause, and the hot flashes and all that stuff We have heard that our metabolism slows way down.

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Corinne (she/her): It’s so much harder to lose way whenever you’re in minimum wage.

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Corinne (she/her): So what do we do?

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Corinne (she/her): My 4.8. You know it’s real hard.

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Corinne (she/her): We give ourselves permission to eat. because we tell ourselves how hard it is to be.

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Corinne (she/her): What’s the point? We’ll be so hard, anyway, Might as well.

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Corinne (she/her): That’s what we tell ourselves. And so then we give ourselves permission to eat.

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Corinne (she/her): like it, because we really believe that most women over 50 or 60 have a slow metabolism. If that were true, every like. If that was true across the board, that when it’s metabolism slows down after a certain age.

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Corinne (she/her): then everybody over that age would be overweight. It’s not true.

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Corinne (she/her): We got women in our membership over 8,000 lose and weight.

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Corinne (she/her): Melissa, the majority of the time. I don’t even notice that it’s like

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Corinne (she/her): i’m mindlessly eating, even after I notice i’m eating. I can’t detect any particular thought I have started the understanding, your thinking pathway. Course I I don’t know how to find my thoughts. So, Melissa a lot. You’re an Nobs woman. Yes, because you’re in the pathways.

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Corinne (she/her): So a lot of times, what happens is you’ll notice a feeling first. So you still anxious, or you feel sad, or you feel like lonely, or you feel bored. That’s when you s a lot of people at first can’t identify their thoughts. Use your feeling as a trigger when You’re feeling some type of way. You want to stop and say, what am I thinking right now

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Corinne (she/her): I found current in my forties.

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Corinne (she/her): Those reps hand them out that’s what it is! I lost all of my way in Manhattan

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Corinne (she/her): Somebody asked. I’m dialed that I can for me. I have to eat at certain times when i’m going down I must eat, and nobody has helped me absolutely. So that is your we just want in nobody as you listen to your body.

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Corinne (she/her): Yeah, if you’re diabetic and your blood sugar is dropping. Listen to it.

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Corinne (she/her): That is a reason to eat.

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Corinne (she/her): to stay healthy, that is, listening to your body and honor it. Now

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Corinne (she/her): you want to eat something that’s gonna support your help.

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Corinne (she/her): possibly support your weight, boss. and give you that sugar boost that you need.

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Corinne (she/her): So you know, eating like you know, a chocolate bar.

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Corinne (she/her): Will it increase your sugar? Yes, it will bring it up. Raise it up if your sugar is going down. Yes. but what is another thing that you could eat that would support you even better.

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Corinne (she/her): So it’s all about making really good choices. If you are a teacher or a shift worker, a nurse, whatever it is, and you know you’re not going to eat, for you know what you know the next 7 h, and now is your break or your blood sugar is gonna drop, and you know it’s gonna drop. You need it when 8

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Corinne (she/her): We’re not trying to get past hungry, but doesn’t mean that you give yourself permission to just eat a bunch of shit.

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Corinne (she/her): You need something healthy. You make an amazing choice. All of those things

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Corinne (she/her): I find, even after I’ve had dinner I need to chew. I can grab gum, but if I choose for 2 h straight, then my jaw is sore. Has anyone found a solution to stop the need to chew.

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Corinne (she/her): So here’s the thing

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Corinne (she/her): you want to to. probably because you’re bored. You just want something to do. And you know if you were aiding and you want it. Do you choose on for 2? You don’t eat for 2 h straight?

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Corinne (she/her): Some people just love gone. What if you just you for 30 min, take a 30 min break, and you again.

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Corinne (she/her): There’s nothing wrong with that.

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Corinne (she/her): Let’s see. I have been doing really good at stopping, eating when i’m satisfied.

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Corinne (she/her): i’m down 16 and a half pounds whoop since March first. My question is this: If I feel satisfied, why does my stomach, continued Grumble.

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Corinne (she/her): Okay.

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Corinne (she/her): there is something called that’s your hunger.

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Corinne (she/her): And so it can be programmed one of 2 ways, One way that it is programmed is that you’re actually hungry

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Corinne (she/her): one way, another way that is, it can also work on a timer. So if you are, have always eaten lunch at noon, even if you eat at 1130, you may notice your stomach rumbling at a certain time.

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Corinne (she/her): It just does like on a timer. If you know you’ve just eaten, and you’ve eaten to satisfied. Then it could just be that you’re just trying to reprogram

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Corinne (she/her): yourself.

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Corinne (she/her): Reprogram your you know your body. But if you, if your stomach is still growling.

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Corinne (she/her): Try having another byte or 2. Just one or 2 Byte. Don’t eat a whole bunch more. or drink some water after you eat. Set a timer for 15 min. See how that works. Just play around with it.

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Corinne (she/her): All right.

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Corinne (she/her): Yeah, Leanne says.

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Corinne (she/her): Chewing is important. It is very important. A lot of people like really do have that desire to chew and then vertig out the desktop. But I have struggled with the vertical all right.

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Corinne (she/her): I’m gonna just do one little thing if you will indulge me y’all Last year we did something.

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Corinne (she/her): and we’re doing it again this year because it was so popular summer reset. We’re doing the summer reset.

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Corinne (she/her): I am going to share my screen and show you a little bit about

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Corinne (she/her): about summer reset, which, if you are a novice woman. It is included in your membership.

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Corinne (she/her): You’re going to get to come for free. It is included.

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Corinne (she/her): If you are not a member of Nobs, and you’re like. I just want to spend a day with Karan. Karen will be teaching the class. We’ll have a couple of coach, Julie, that I talked about that does her. She’s a competitive stare climber. She’ll be in the Q. A. Or the Chat, one of the other, and then our head coach, which Betsy will also be there, and you know, typing her answers as well.

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Corinne (she/her): If you are interested in coming, it is $19 to come.

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Corinne (she/her): Can you all See that

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Corinne (she/her): summer we’re talking all about summer. Oh, I never did change my name. I just don’t notice that all right.

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Corinne (she/her): We’re doing the summer reset the in the chat you will see workshop dot Novs weight loss.com.

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Corinne (she/her): That is where you’ll be able to find out all the information about it. So we are ready to go into the summer. We given. Shit up y’all we’re going to the parties we’re doing the poplock. We’re going to the lake.

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Corinne (she/her): We’re doing all of that stuff, and

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Corinne (she/her): we’re gonna maintain or lose weight. That is the plan this summer.

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Corinne (she/her): So we’ve got the summer, Reh set workshop. It’s a virtual workshop.

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Corinne (she/her): It is from 9 to 2 central time on June third.

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Corinne (she/her): 92, $19.

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Corinne (she/her): You get a half day training. With Karen.

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Corinne (she/her): You’ll get a principal god with summer planning sheets. So we’re going to talk all things drinking.

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Corinne (she/her): If you all enjoy a cocktail

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Corinne (she/her): talking all things string, we’re talking all things how to plan stuff that just comes up.

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Corinne (she/her): you know, when people spring like come on over. I’m grilling out like we’re talking about all that stuff

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Corinne (she/her): stuff that happens in the summer. You can go to workshop.com, and you will get the replay, for, like for the rest of your life you could listen to it every summer, if you want, and get a gym from it every time.

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Corinne (she/her): Imagine losing weight because you’re on vacation and you feel like you’re in control instead of just eating, because you’re eating.

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Corinne (she/her): having a weight loss routine that is adaptable for travel.

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Corinne (she/her): having the Grandkids visit going to visit your kids. or if you’re still working while your kids, how many of us have, like, you know, kids come home? I’ve done it

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Corinne (she/her): work full time. Then kids is at home. They ready wound up, ready to go. You’re just tired. and then you just keep it.

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Corinne (she/her): We’re not doing that in Nobs. We’re handling all of that

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Corinne (she/her): you’re gonna be going to the pool parties. You’re gonna have an amazing attitude about yourself instead of a Margarita, because you’re just ashamed of your body trying to hide.

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Corinne (she/her): You can go out for last minute, and but without feeling deprived. I still lose weight. All

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Corinne (she/her): there are 2 types of people I find in the summer. It’s either like I finally got some time. I’m gonna go all in, and the you know, do all the things, or

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Corinne (she/her): like i’m gonna do all the things, or I’m gonna like, you know. Forget it. I’ll go back to it in the fall.

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Corinne (she/her): Let me say

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Corinne (she/her): so during the summer reset. We’re going to be setting doable weight loss goals for the summer. What is doable if you’re traveling

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Corinne (she/her): 8 weeks out of the summer.

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Corinne (she/her): maybe losing £30 this summer and gonna be happening. We’re gonna look at our plans. Figure out

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Corinne (she/her): how you want to spend your summer and make a plan accordingly.

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Corinne (she/her): Karen is going to teach you her process to help you consider everything you need to lose weight that you’re not going to gain back when the fall comes

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Corinne (she/her): we’re going to talk about how you’re going to create your ideal summer day.

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Corinne (she/her): We’re not gonna try to force our old routines into a new like this new season.

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Corinne (she/her): Karen is going to teach you her method for crafting ideal days that work in your life. even when she hit the fan, because you all know stuff’s gonna be coming up last minute. Barbecues are gonna come up.

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Corinne (she/her): Things are gonna happen that you didn’t see common. We’re gonna be ready for all of it in the summer reset. and then we’re gonna be learning how to have a good time without food.

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Corinne (she/her): Good good food and good times do go together, despite what the dye industry wants you to believe.

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Corinne (she/her): we’re going to talk about

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Corinne (she/her): what to eat and what does it know? We’re going to make that decision ahead of time, so you can reach your summer goals

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Corinne (she/her): without feeling restricted or depraved.

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Corinne (she/her): We’re going to be talking about everything that’s going to come up for you in the summertime.

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Corinne (she/her): We’ve all had summers. We know what’s coming up. You’re going to go into this summer with a plan.

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Corinne (she/her): You’re gonna know how to show up what to do. All of the things

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Corinne (she/her): Julie says any chance Nobs women can listen. In on the summer reset on the third everyone is invited. If you are a member of Novs, it is included in your membership. You do not have to pay.

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Corinne (she/her): You’ll have all of the information that you need. It’s on the training calendar inside of our website. No, Bs. When

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Corinne (she/her): everybody gets to come. But if you are not a member.

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Corinne (she/her): it’s $19 to come to the summer reset, and you get replaced for live yo.

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Corinne (she/her): How many times have you all signed up for stuff, and it’s like, and you get this limited time replay.

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Corinne (she/her): Right? So go ahead, even if you’re like June the third.

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Corinne (she/her): my graduating from college, i’m going to be on vacation.

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Corinne (she/her): Go ahead and pay the $19, and then watch it when you come back.

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Corinne (she/her): Yes, Laura, says i’m not an obvious weight loss member yet, but she’s been considering joining this a great time to test this out. See what we’re all about like. This is a great opportunity for you to do that.

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Corinne (she/her): How can you be a non member and have access to all of this. There’s a special zoom link for this one particular call. So if you do your if you you know, if you sign up and pay the $19 you’ll get the link to come live to the workshop. You don’t get access to our website.

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Corinne (she/her): You don’t get access to the obvious way. Of course it’s the summer reset, this course, this class that Corin is teaching

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Corinne (she/her): all right.

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Corinne (she/her): Oh, somebody asks one last question.

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Corinne (she/her): I like my pets. How do I stop bringing so much? Drink water in between?

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Corinne (she/her): There’s so many ways you can stop, bring it pepsi all so so does if you want to. So one way that you can do it is drink aid axis of water before. By the look, tiny Pepsi, you know the little tiny pepsi

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Corinne (she/her): and drink one and then drink some water, or you could like i’m gonna have a I’m gonna have a pepsi in the morning. Then once I get my 64 ounces in, then I have another pepsi such

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Corinne (she/her): a good way to do it

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Corinne (she/her): All right, y’all look at me honoring time and everything. I’m only 3 min behind. Yes. see, that’s the D. So they call me inside the membership Corinne line. I don’t cut as much. I don’t cry as much.

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Corinne (she/her): and i’m not as all, Wendy. That’s the difference between me and Koran. You can not mail in. The $19 has to be on a credit card so

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Corinne (she/her): Oh, well, yes, y’all thank you all so much. I’ve got so welcome.

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Corinne (she/her): I had every like, you know. I was nervous about coming on here, but you know what it worked out really Well, I am very proud of you all for how you showed up You’ll have some amazing questions. Amazing questions.

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Corinne (she/her): So

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Corinne (she/her): don’t forget about the summer reset, June Third. Even if you cannot come live. My time replays y’all lifetime replays.

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Corinne (she/her): So we take a it’s more phone with a brand. Imagine if you’re besty paying to the workshop with you, and you all created like an amazing summer together.

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Corinne (she/her): Awesome of that day.

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Corinne (she/her): Oh, I love it, love it all right. Everything counts.

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Corinne (she/her): everything counts. You. You know what you all have an amazing day. Have an amazing day. Have an amazing summer.

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Corinne (she/her): I’m just so excited for everything that we’re doing inside of Novs in this summer reset Summer workshop. I love it, love it. You all have a great rest of your day. and just love on yourself, love on yourself. I talk to you later by all.

 

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