#AskAchieve 28: Whole30 and Intermittent Fasting, Realistic Goal Setting, and Our Favorite Fitness Expos for 2018!

Episode 28 March 12, 2018 00:25:43
#AskAchieve 28: Whole30 and Intermittent Fasting, Realistic Goal Setting, and Our Favorite Fitness Expos for 2018!
Sweat Out; Happiness In!
#AskAchieve 28: Whole30 and Intermittent Fasting, Realistic Goal Setting, and Our Favorite Fitness Expos for 2018!
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Show Notes

What's up, Achievers?! Fun episode for you all today along with a couple funny stories about Lauren when she tried Intermittent Fasting ;). Today, we delve in to the Whole30 and other restrictive, "elimination" style diets (2:34) We also cover realistic goal setting and how we approach it with our members (8:29) Lastly, we discuss FRC by Andrea Spina and our favorite fitness expos (performbetter.com) for the year...(15:28) We hope you enjoy the show! Until next time, Peace, Love, and Muscles! Lauren and Jason P.S: We're super excited to announce a workshop we're putting on with our coaches - it's called Fit101. There's just so much information, especially misinformation, out there regarding health, fitness, and nutrition that it can be really overwhelming to know where to start. We know exactly what works in real life, because we actually work with people on a daily basis! We have a gym with 250 members, and we will show you the same principles and concepts we discuss with them on a daily basis. You can check it out with the link below - make sure to sign up before the early bird deadline ends on March 15th! https://www.achievefitnessboston.com/collections/achieve-collection/products/fit-101-workshop

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