Why do so many people struggle to eat right and exercise consistently when it seems to come so naturally to others?
Kristen Carter, MS
Exercise Physiologist And Health Coach
I have been working in fitness and nutrition for 30+ years, the author of Lose Weight? Exercise More? I
Don’t Think So!, and the creator of the Psychology Today Health and Human Nature Blog.
My passion is to re-examine the tools we have been using to help people lead healthier lives and overcome the challenges we are up against – images created by the fitness industry, commercialism in gyms, and pressure from those selling the latest fad. We are also fighting body/brain chemistry, human nature, and fast food. Finally, we have to contend with our own busy lives and current lifestyles.
My training includes Certified Precision Nutrition Coach, Certified Personal Trainer, Certified Titleist Golf Fitness Specialist, Lifestyle Management and Weight Control, Health Coaching and a Master’s Degree in Exercise Physiology.
What’s Your #1 Block To Eating Right and Exercising More?
Statistics show that the number of people who are overweight, obese, and sedentary has just continued to grow. As of this writing, it is estimated that 80% of Americans do not get the recommended amount of exercise that will result in health benefits for them.
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