Children are little sponges. They are paying attention to EVERYTHING you do. I don’t see any reason why setting a good example shouldn’t extend to our relationship with food.
The Pull Through Exercise is probably my favorite way to teach the hip hinge in preparation for deadlifting. Full disclosure, I haven’t tried this tip yet but it seems to make sense. I’m looking forward to experimenting with it.
If we can escape from this idea of exercise as punishment, we will go far. We will be healthier, live longer, and love our bodies more. My addition to this piece would be that if somebody simply isn’t ready to start making moves towards getting healthier, that’s a different discussion. And I agree with her that we shouldn’t judge or shame regardless of what somebody is doing or not doing in regards to their health.
“It’s not about fitting into a smaller dress size or molding your body into a different shape. It’s about taking the stairs over the elevator without feeling like you’re about to die of a heart attack. It’s about not having to get hip and knee replacements because of being too overweight for your joints to function.”
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