When it comes to women, food, and fitness, there are so many beliefs out there that just aren’t true.
Many women feel that they have to be “slim,” eat salads all the time, do cardio every day, and never get too muscular or strong – just toned.
But the reality is, those are all myths that need to be doused with some truth.
Every woman’s body is different, eating healthy is more than just about salads, fitness is more than just about cardio, and muscle on women does NOT have to make them look like a man.
Food and fitness are so near and dear to my heart and I’m extremely passionate about empowering others to know the truth about them.
And so is my great friend and fitness coach, Nicole Crance (or Nikki).
Back in July 2017, I had the privilege and opportunity to interview Nikki for the “Physical Health” portion of the Whole Woman’s Health Interview Series I created. This series is all about empowering women to care for their WHOLE health and lives in seven different areas of health – physical, emotional, mental, financial, spiritual, relational and vocational health.
In Nikki’s interview below, we talk about:
1) Her personal journey with food and fitness
2) Why she became a fitness coach
3) Myths around fitness and what it means for women to BE and LOOK fit
4) More on how you can work with her
5) Encouragement around your personal physical health journey
Nikki is an AMAZING woman that I love and look up to so much. Her strength, resilience, and determination in everything she does (but especially in the gym!) never cease to inspire me.
She is one of the main reasons I became a health coach and was the first person I did the Whole30 with (a eating/lifestyle transformative program I am so passionate about. You can learn more about it >>HERE<<).
Watch her interview and be empowered to be you, be healthy, and be strong as a woman.
And be sure to come back and share in the comments below what your biggest takeaway was!
P.S. If you know that you are ready for some support in your physical health, be sure to check out my membership community, the Whole Woman’s Health Club that is all about women caring for their WHOLE health (especially their physical health), caring for one another, and living empowered and healthy lives. Check it out >>HERE<<.