What is Cycle Syncing
Cycle syncing your diet & your workouts
Have you heard of cycle syncing? This concept is where you align your diet & your workouts with where you are in your menstrual cycle so that you feel your best and support your body in its natural hormonal balance.
Amy Oldfield of Body Theory by Amy joins me to explain how cycle syncing works for keeping you feeling well, supporting your weight loss goals, and helping you maintain hormonal balance.
She shares the scoop on how to cut carb cravings during your pre-menstrual phase & when it's best to do those HIIT workouts.
Amy's an online Nutrition Coach & Personal Trainer, with 11 years experience in the industry. She's been overweight, underweight and everywhere in between. Multiple eating disorders and hormone imbalances caused Amy to lose her periods, and a chance conversation led her to realize this was a serious signal her health was out of balance.
She's been there and done it, and made all the mistakes, and she's here to help you avoid making those same mistakes!
Amy's passionate about the female menstrual cycle, fat loss and strength training. She helps women understand their bodies better so they can feel great in their clothes, have more energy and easier, less painful cycles.
Join her free Facebook group: “Fit Over 30: Hormones, Metabolism & Weight Loss”
About the Author
Brandy's a formulation scientist and self-proclaimed health geek who loves hiking, gardening, bird-watching, and body boarding.
Her struggle with acne during her teens and 20s led to a holistic and healthy approach to skincare, embracing skin as an organ to be loved and cared for rather than a canvas to wage war on.
Since 2008, she's been developing all-in-one products for a simple routine at home, & Rain Organica started when her backpacking friends asked for a portable skincare routine to keep their skin healthy & happy on and off the trails.
You can try Rain Organica for yourself with The Essentials Kit, a complete skincare routine in just 3 steps.
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