In this episode, Tina talks with Katie Bramlett about redefining toxic diet culture standards and prioritizing responsible movement over the number on the scale. Katie ditches the belief that more cardio is the key to weight loss and offers advice on how to navigate new approaches to diet and exercise.
Katie discusses the following topics:
- Why women should rest more
- Why less is more when it comes to exercise
- How exercise and movement are different
- How to better listen to your body
- How to shift your mindset related to self-worth and the number on the scale
- How to normalize conversations about the division of labor
- And more…
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About Tina Haupert:
Tina Haupert is the owner of Carrots ‘N’ Cake as well as a Certified Nutrition Coach and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P).
Tina and her team use functional testing and a personalized approach to nutrition to help women find balance within their diets while achieving their body composition goals.
Connect with Katie Bramlett:
Apple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/weshape-podcast/id1641964753
About Katie Bramlett:
Katie Bramlett started WeShape with the intention of advocating for women to stop focusing on the number on the scale and instead put their energy and efforts towards a more meaningful intention such as movement, rest, and a deeper connection with self. Her entire company and product is rooted in intention, movement, community, and beliefs.
Katie has a passion for bringing awareness to the toxic expectations placed on women in the fitness industry, as well as the often overshadowed, yet pivotal roles women play in business and entrepreneurship. Katie’s goal is to create awareness through meaningful conversation and curiosity so that women can gain the support of men rather than gaining dominance.
“It’s all about leveling the playing field, not about overly shifting the power in the other direction.” ~Katie