Founder of Directional Strength
I used to think of healthy eating and exercise very differently.
It was a means to one end and one end only - looking leaner.
I used to hate my big legs and hips.
I used to hate how my lower half was so much bigger than my upper half.
I used to lift weights to change how my body looked.
Now I lift weights to learn and to celebrate what my body can do.
"Diet" was something that meant restriction,deprivation and something I did to get smaller.
But it doesn't have to be this way.
You don't have to be torn between what you feel you "should" be doing, or how you "should" look - and how you want to live your life!
When you know who you are and when you know what you want, you are strong.
I learned how to accept my body, feed it what it needs and care for it - and because of that strength I can now support you on your own version of this journey.