103 – Half Size Me: Making Maintenance a Lifestyle with Josie

JosieIn this episode of Half Size Me, Heather talks with Josie, a mom of four, who blogs about health, fitness, and eating well on her blog, Yum Yuck.

She believes maintenance needs to be a lifestyle and that you can make working out a pleasure, instead of a chore.

About Josie: “I’m a wife and mom to four kids, ages 5 to 20 years-old. My highest weight was 185 pounds while pushing a size 14 (with my formerly melting leg). My lowest weight (after birthing all the gremlin-children) is 147 pounds.

I’m not a certified trainer or nutritionist, but my passion for heath & fitness has taken me around the block a few times through personal experience and a ton of ongoing research. I’m also big time on all things natural health (juicing, alternative medicine, natural beauty products, etc). Fitness, healthy eating and natural health has truly put me in control. I feel empowered!

For more about Josie CLICK HERE!

In this episode:

How Josie turned fitness into a pleasure, instead of a chore.

How planning helps her keep it all together.

Why Josie believes maintenance needs to be a lifestyle.

Resources:

FitnessRX for Women

Bodybuilding.com

About Half Size Me

Half Size Me is an hour-long, weekly podcast meant to inspire you and motivate you no matter where you are on your weight loss journey. If you’re just getting started losing weight, or if you’ve started and stopped so many times you’ve lost count, this is the show for you!

Hosted by Heather Robertson, who lost over 170 pounds by learning new eating habits, getting regular exercise, and, most importantly, changing her mindset. She shares her own lessons and struggles as well as how to handle to real challenge of any weight loss journey… weight maintenance.

So, join Heather every week as she shares information, inspiration, and interviews with women who’ve learned weight loss isn’t just about losing pounds, it’s about finding yourself.

Theme music, “Walk Alone” by Jim Armstrong courtesy of MusicAlley.com.

Disclaimer: Heather is not a doctor, nurse, or certified health professional and what works for her or her guests may, or may not, work for you. So, please be sure to talk with your doctor, dietician, or other certified health professional when seeking advice about your own weight loss or weight maintenance plan. All information included in The Half Size Me Podcast and on HalfSizeMe.com is for informational and inspirational purposes only.

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After losing 170 pounds by changing her mindset, developing healthier eating habits, and making exercise part of her lifestyle, Heather decided she wanted to help others who struggled along their weight loss journey. Along with her hubby, Joel, they founded HalfSizeMe.com and the extremely popular Half Size Me Show podcast.