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How to Combat Stress Eating

How to Combat Stress Eating

Disclaimer: the intent of this article is to give proactive suggestions to women to help prevent seeking self-comfort from food during occasional increases in chronic stress. For a list of behaviors that may indicate the need to consult with a professional regarding emotional eating, please see the bottom of this article. Cookies and wine are […]

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Strongest You Coaching F.A.Q.

Strongest You Coaching F.A.Q.

What is Strongest You Coaching (SYC)? Strongest You Coaching is a nine-month online group coaching program that addresses nutrition, training, mindset and self-care. SYC gives you the knowledge and skills to reach your goals in a sustainable way that enhances your life. In this program you will learn habits and skills to eat and move […]

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Beyond Mastery: Kettlebell Flow Workout

Beyond Mastery: Kettlebell Flow Workout

Kettlebells are beginning to become more of a household name. They are popping up in more and more gyms and local stores, and of course they really can’t be missed on the internet and social media these days. We see the GOOD, the BAD, and all too often the absolutely UGLY movements. Mastery of the […]

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5 Life-Changing Nutrition Tips for New Moms

5 Life-Changing Nutrition Tips for New Moms

Nothing has tested my relationship with food like pregnancy and the early postpartum months did! There are a couple main nutrition challenges that new moms commonly face: First, it can be incredibly difficult at times to simply remember to eat, or to eat enough, when you’re caring for a tiny human that demands the majority […]

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Debunking Nutrition Myths for the Vegan Strength Athlete

Debunking Nutrition Myths for the Vegan Strength Athlete

I’ve been a vegan for 17 years now, and in that time, I’ve seen the movement grow and change significantly. The great news is that vegan “cheese” no longer tastes like rubber, and most meat analogs aren’t like munching salty plastic anymore (huzzah!) Most restaurants, particularly in large cities, easily accommodate a vegan lifestyle these […]

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GGS Spotlight: Carolina Belmares

GGS Spotlight: Carolina Belmares

Name:  Carolina Belmares Age:  35 Location:  Barrie, Ontario. Canada What does being a Girl Gone Strong mean to you?  Being you, in your own terms. And the world can keep on rolling! How long have you been strength training, and how did you get started? I’ve been strength training for six years, and first got […]

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3 Things You Should Never Say to a Pregnant Client

3 Things You Should Never Say to a Pregnant Client

As a fitness professional, it is likely that women represent a considerable percentage of your training population. And, chances are, at least some of these women will at some point go through pregnancy and childbirth. Exciting! There are many ways in which you as a coach, can help your pregnant clients. One simple way to […]

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Working With Female Clients During Menopause and Beyond

Working With Female Clients During Menopause and Beyond

If you are a trainer who works with women, and your clients are experiencing menopausal symptoms, then chances are you have entered a realm of personal training that is as clear as mud! Being a veteran trainer in this game for nearly 20 years and now a woman experiencing menopause, I say this as the […]

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5 Important Considerations When Training New Moms

5 Important Considerations When Training New Moms

Birth and motherhood have their share of ups and downs and, as fitness professionals and health professionals, we have an important role to play in a new mom’s physical wellbeing as well as her mental and emotional wellbeing. Very often, there are circumstances affecting a mom’s physical health after birth that impact upon her mental […]

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“I came to the gym Monday a different trainer.”

“I came to the gym Monday a different trainer

One of the best parts of my job is getting feedback from women like you about the work we do at GGS. I recently spoke at a large conference in Chicago, and just a few days later, this message popped up on our Facebook feed. “… it forever changed my view on many things and […]

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