345: How to Match Your Food and Fitness to Your Unique Female Physiology for Optimum Performance, Great Health, and a Strong, Lean Body with Dr. Stacy Sims, PhD

Released Tuesday, 19th March 2019
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Because most nutrition products and training plans are designed for men, it’s no wonder that so many women struggle to reach their goals. In this episode, exercise physiologist and nutrition scientist Stacy T. Sims, Ph.D., teaches you everything you need to know to adapt your nutrition and training to your unique physiology so you can work with, rather than against, your female physiology.  Listen Now! Organifi Promo Code To Save 20%: Ted20 Click here to shop now!     Want help becoming the healthiest, fittest, strongest version of yourself in your 40s & 50s? Most people over 40 know that exercise, eating healthy, manage stress, and quality sleep are important elements for feeling better and achieving more in life. Yet they need help applying that knowledge in the context of their busy, sometimes stressful lives. And I know there’s so much confusion in the fitness industry that makes you overwhelmed and confused about if you should do Keto or intermittent fasting or a low carb diet. Or if you need to join Crossfit, HIIT, or a Bootcamp to get back in shape. The good news is it doesn’t have to be this hard. Check out this masterclass I put together where I’ll share the exact strategies busy people like you are using to build a younger, leaner, and sexier body in their forties, fifties, and even sixties by ignoring all the conventional wisdom. >>Click here to sign up for this training now!

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