KNP99 - Walking The Walk Isn't Always Easy With Trainer Lindsey
The Key Nutrition Podcast
You all asked, we listened! Trainer Lindsey back on the show for round 2! After holding the top spot on downloads for months, it was a clear you all loved her message. We felt honored to have her back on to share more of her story! We dove into a continuation from episode #48. Since last episode, Lindsey started to finally lose weight after a year of weight gain. She talks openly and honestly about her current cortisol levels and some very unique protocols she has tried to get them down. She always finds the silver lining in every situation and it's extremely admirable We talked about her current recipe book, Simply Macros. So many amazing macro recipes in this book (link below). You all are going to love it! If you want to be inspired by someone who walks the walk, make sure to stay tuned for this episode. Referenced Links Lindsey's 12 Week Virtual Bootcamp Lindsey's Simply Macros Recipe Book Connect with us on Instagram Host Brad Jensen – @thesoberbodybuilder Co-Host Michelle Raines – @mykeylife Guest Lindsey Mathews - @trainerlindsey Key Nutrition – @keynutrition
KNP48 - From Posing to Purpose with Trainer Lindsey
The Key Nutrition Podcast
Today's podcast was with my friend Lindsey Mathews (Trainer Lindsey). And man, was it a good one! Lindsey has a thriving coaching company and has competed in physique shows 16 times! But this is so much more then a story of a competitior. It is a story of redefining yourself after your identity is attached to one particular thing. It's learning to be comfortable in your own body, no matter how ripped you are or not . It's a story of struggle and ultimately, triumph. Lindsey gets incredibly vulnerable with us and for that, we are forever grateful! I know you will all get a ton of out of this one! www.moxiebylindsey.com Follow Lindsey's Instagram - @trainerlindsey Brad's Instagram - @the_sober_bodybuilder PS - Our 60-Day Challenge starts August 1st and the last day to get started is August 10th. If you haven't signed up, make sure to reserve your spot today! Click here to reserve your spot.
And we’re baaaaack! It is starting to feel like spring in our neck of the woods and thoughts are being turned to sun and summer activities. Which generally means people are thinking about swimsuits and maybe losing those last few pounds. Or maybe they are ready to start a whole new lifestyle or update the journey they are already on. I (Jesse) know I sure do! Enter Trainer Lindsey. She is a very accomplished friend of ours who shares her story of nutrition and fitness with us. Her road to where she is at now involves overcoming doubt and fear, learning new things, gaining confidence, and pushing forward. A few years ago she became the face of IdealShape and has continued to help the business grow as head trainer and nutritionist. They have now branched out to include IdealFit and IdealRaw. In talking with her she told us that her journey through all of this is about confidence. She is so touched by the stories of people who have taken her challenges, who work through hard things to become better. You can find Lindsey at the following links below or shoot us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org to get more info. Her website: www.trainerlindsey.com On social media look for Trainer Lindsey. IdealFit: www.idealfit.com IdealShape: www.idealshape.com IdealRaw: www.idealraw.com The post Episode 6: Trainer Lindsey first appeared on the malarsie project.
Weight Release Expert Tamara Jackson and Personal Trainer Lindsey Juranek
Real Life Real Faith
Tamara Jackson is a weight release and fitness motivation expert who is determined to change the alarming statistic that four out of five African American Women are overweight or obese. Once weighing in at 265 pounds she is all to familiar with the emotional, psychological and physical challenges associated with developing a healthy lifeatyle. and seeks to inspire women across the globe to take the steps necessary to reclaim their health and their lives.After successfuly dropping more than fifty pounds herself, Lindsey May Juranek's personal struggle with weight loss makes her more adept at addressing the needs of her clients because she has the benefit of walking in their shoes