Kathleen Trotter explains the “mental approach” to have success in fitness
A lot of people can tell you what to physically do for fitness, but very few can tell you what to mentally do. Kathleen Trotter brilliantly explains a "mental approach" to have success fitness, during a 48-minute interview on Peach Radio, which can be heard here.
Kathleen during her Peach Radio interview with Tony Mark.
Peach Radio is at http://thepeachgallery.com/peach-radio/
Kathleen presents both the information and the knowledge on what you can do; she gives things that will become invaluable "tools in your toolbox" for health and wellness success.
She discusses things like "the difference between fitness goals and fitness wishes" and how "discipline is made, not found." Or, how to navigate a grocery store – which is simpler than you think.
She illuminates that you need to become mindfully of what your body wants or needs, by tracking activities, but then to drop some of the tracking so you don't become tangled in it.
A lot of her information is a preview of her upcoming book that will be released later next year via Dundurn.
Kathleen regularly blogs for Flaman Fitness – see here.
Kathleen has been a personal trainer and pilates equipment specialist for twelve years. Kathleen is the featured personal trainer in The Globe and Mail's online 'Fitness Basic' video series, and writes two weekly pieces for the Globe. She also blogs regularly for The Huffington Post and Healthy Directions magazine and has contributed articles to magazines such as Alive, Canadian Running, Today's Parent, Chatelaine and Glow. Kathleen is passionate about fitness and health and trains a wide variety of clients ranging from the avid athlete to individuals living with osteoporosis, Parkinson's and scoliosis. Kathleen recently completed her Masters at The University of Toronto and is currently working to become a Holistic Nutritionist. Take a look at her website www.kathleentrotter.com and you can follow Kathleen on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/KathleenTrotter