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From Food Obsession to FREEDOM

From Food Obsession to FREEDOM by @stronginsideout

Last night, I ate a cookie. If this was 2 years ago, I’d be spending this morning in Shameville, USA (oh, have you been there, tooooo?!). I’d be making up for it by exercising an hour extra and eating nothing but “clean” food (aka cleaned out of all flavor), OR I’d be all, “Well, eff it,” […]

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Beyond Woo: Spirituality, Science & Faith-Finding

Beyond Woo: Spirituality, Science & Faith-Finding by @stronginsideout

When people think of spirituality, science doesn’t usually come to mind first. Recent research might change that. But first, a bit about my journey with woo… Did you know that Strong Inside Out started out as just a fitness blog? When I realized that more people resonated with my story than they did with my […]

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How to Stop Spiraling through “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda”

How to Stop Spiraling by @stronginsideout

With a show of hands, who out there is hard on her/himself? 🙋🏻🙋🏼‍♂️🙋🏽🙋🏾‍♂️🙋🏿 Oh, good. Me, too. Well, not good, but you know, at least we’re not alone. *high five* I sold the car that I’ve had for 8 years yesterday and it was way more emotional than I thought! Add the process of selling […]

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The Reframe: Chin Up

The Reframe: Chin Up by @stronginsideout

If you’re like me, there are a ton of fitness-y terms out there that trigger cringing, fear or feelings of inadequacy. One of those for me is “chin ups.” My upper body strength has never been great, but I conditioned myself to get stronger (like we do here). I got myself to the point where […]

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Stop Forcing It

Stop Forcing It by @stronginsideout

As I explore deeper into what this Health Movement means and the scope of it in our all-or-nothing society, I uncover more and more evidence of our need for balance. Last week, I was sent this article from The New York Times about a little-known condition called “rhabdomyolysis,” not-so-affectionately referred to as “rhabdo” by experts. […]

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