Balance365 Life Radio: Episode 68: Reconnecting With Hunger, Fullness And Each Other

 


In this extremity foreground episode, Annie and Jen are joined by Balance365 member Bethann for a light and fun conversation about her Balance365 journey, living in the messy center, loving the community and laughing together about evenly messy minivans. Tune in for a great chew the fat !

What you’ll hear in this episode:

  • Cleaning your environment of negative media messaging
  • The value of supportive residential district
  • scarcity and consumerism
  • Where we learn about what it means to be a womanhood
  • Making the shift between focusing on weight loss to postpartum recovery and health
  • Media messaging around how women relate to each other
  • Social constructs of women in rival with each other
  • How our sense of self worth impacts how we treat other women
  • How increase self worth drives the ability to participate in your own life
  • The role of sleep and mindfulness in determining appetite and true hunger
  • trial and error in establishing habits
  • Giving yourself permission to figure it out
  • Calorie count and how it relates to hunger and satiety cues
  • Getting to a locate where food doesn ’ triiodothyronine hold sol much power over you and what that looks like
  • Discussing temperance with your kids

Resources:
Tracking Weight, Steps, Food : When It Hurts, When It Helps
Arms Like Annie
Everyday Strong
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Annie : welcome to Balance 365 liveliness radio, a podcast that delivers honest conversations about food, fitness, weight and health. I ‘m your host Annie Brees along with Jennifer Campbell and Lauren Koski. We are personal trainers, nutritionists and founders of Balance365. together we coach thousands of women each day and are on a deputation to help them feel healthy, happy, and confident in their bodies on their own terms. Join us here every week as we discuss hot topics pertaining to our physical, mental and emotional wellbeing with amaze guests. Enjoy .
Thank you so much for joining us for another episode of Balance365 Life radio. We are back today with our miniskirt series called Member Spotlights. This allows us to introduce you to Balance365 community members who are just killing it inside the program so that you can take their wisdom and stories and learn from them. They ‘re interfering women and moms fair like you who are changing their habits, their mindsets, and reaching their goals. nowadays you ‘re going to hear from one Balance365 member who was determined to make changes to her habits in hopes of making a incontrovertible affect on her children ‘s lives .
Bethann is a season penis of our residential district who came to us looking for help in healing her postnatal body and has since stopped obsessing about food and drill, lost 30 pounds, connected with true hunger and fullness cues and become more comfortable with taking up distance in the worldly concern. I ca n’t wait for you to hear more about this ma of three’s feel inside Balance365. delight !
Jen. We have a limited node with us today. Are you therefore excited to have her on ?
Jen : I am. She ‘s like an old acquaintance .
Annie : I know. Well, she actually is an old friend of mine because I got to meet her back when I took a trip to Arizona .
Jen : Oh good ! When John went to Phoenix .
Annie : about eight months ago ?
Jen : You had a little converge up with all the Phoenix-
Annie : And there ‘s was a set of them excessively, which was great-
Jen : girls .
Annie : yea. sol Bethann, welcome to Balance365 Life radio. How are you ?
Bethann : Good, thank you. Thanks for having me .
Annie : Oh, thanks for joining us. I ‘m so excited to have you because we did get to meet in Arizona. And I think you messaged me, I posted an insta floor that was like, “ I ‘m in Arizona ” and you were like, “ Can we have coffee ? “ And then the next thing I know there was comparable eight of you and it was great. It was so fun to meet in real liveliness, not equitable on the Internet .
Bethann : I know. I was so stimulate and I remember getting ready to come meet you and my conserve was like, are you going on a date ? I was like, “ Oh my gosh, I ‘m fangirling ! ” I was equitable therefore excite because you guys have literally you, the three of you have changed my life in the best way. So I was so stimulate merely to be able to thank you in person .
Annie : Oh, I remember you picking me up in your minivan. It ‘s fair like quintessential-
Jen : ma date .
Bethann : Yes, that ‘s a ma date. That ‘s precisely it. The first thing you said was, “ Is your van always this clean ? Do you have children ? ” It ‘s like, I do, but my husband ‘s identical kempt so they are not allowed to eat in our cable car .
Annie : Yeah, I remember, I was like, “ Is this raw ? Like did you merely get this yesterday ? ”
Jen : When my husband gets in my vehicle, he ‘s like, “ It smells like a barn in here. ” Like yeah, Kinda .
Annie : There ‘s credibly a lot of snacks in the back excessively If you ‘re hungry-
Jen : Open a window. There ‘s some french fries on the footing at your feet there .
Annie : And if you look in the crevices, I bet you can find some goldfish .
Jen : That ‘s precisely what my fomite is like .
Annie : Oh, Bethann’s conserve is probably just having an attack right immediately listening to us .
Bethann : well, he ‘s at shape .
Annie : Oh adept. So you have been a longtime member. Do you remember when you joined Balance365 .
Bethann : I want to say it was 2015, so that was the year my twins were born and I actually found you because I had a actually badly muscle legal separation from carrying my twins. And I found that out because I had a hernia after they were born and I had a CT scan done to see how bad that was. And my doctor says, “ Oh, and you have diastasis rectus. ” And I was like, “ well, what is that ? ” And he talked about it a little snatch and I realized I probably had that after my first gear son was born and cipher mentioned it. I fair had that six week follow up and they said, you can exercise like you normally do, which I did and probably should not have been doing some of the things I was doing and then I started searching because he basically said, do n’t do planks or situps-
Jen : mighty, there ‘s not a lot of direction from the checkup community on what is, like, rehab allow and how to scale that bet on into a regular use act postnatal .
Bethann : Right. And that kind of scared me because I ‘m like, “ Well, I like to exercise. ” So then I started searching and then I found the Mama Lion Strong web site .
Jen : Oh, crazy. That does n’t even exist anymore, that web site .
Bethann : And I found a little bit, Brianna Battle ‘s web site. And then that of run leave led me to the Healthy Habits, Happy Moms ‘ Facebook group. So, which gave me a distribute of very capital information. And then actually I had fair done a copulate of cycles of a 21 day program .
Jen : We know what you’re talking about .
Annie : We know about that .
Bethann : And then as I kind of dove further into the Healthy Habits group, I was like, ” What am I doing ? ” I had done, like when I was younger, I ‘d done Weight Watchers, you know, in college and the more I read, I was equitable like, “ I ‘m newly postnatal. Why am I dieting ? Why am I worrying about this stuff proper now ? ” And so the more I read, you know, and the more I got into the healthy habits group, I just kind of good stopped doing all it, stopped doing all that thrust at night. The beginning thing I did was unfollowing, I think I remember it was a post that Jen did that said stop following these kinds of toxic people and these toxic groups on Facebook and Instagram .
Jen : yea, because they become function of your environment, right ? Because social media is part of our environment now. Like, let ‘s get veridical. The sum of time, I think I read a study that says the average charwoman is on her call five hours a day, which is crazy. But I do n’t truly want to look at what my earphone custom is anyhow. But it is separate of our environment. And when your social media environment is all about weight unit personnel casualty or unlike pitiless, unempowering messages towards women, that becomes your reality. Right ?
Annie : I would offer even a not meaning to have a negative impact on your life. There ‘s some posts that can be actually positive in nature, but for whatever reason they just do n’t make you feel good .
Bethann : right .
Annie : And those should be unfollowed excessively. possibly for now, constantly, for temp .
Bethann : And I was good thinking, I was like, you know, when you ‘re already in that postnatal space with all the hormones and you know, you ‘re dealing with all those body changes. And I ‘m like, “ This is a truly good mind. I need to just kind of back off from this stuff and get to a better head space. ” And the messages in the Healthy Habits group are actually positive. And all the women were truly positive for the most separate. And I was like, “ This is actually the space I need to be in right now to get to a better plaza. ” And-
Jen : I think it ‘s quite, it ‘s merely, it ‘s like world shifting for a bunch of people .
Bethann : It is .
Jen : It ‘s a position that you have never been exposed to for some women. Right ?
Bethann : right .
Jen : It sounds like you shifted from thinking you can fix yourself with weight loss to realizing your soundbox needed heal after having twins. And besides what women actually need to fix themselves is n’t weight personnel casualty. It ‘s a better relationship with themselves and food .
Bethann : yea, I think a lot of women do n’t. And for me, barely as an aside, I lost my ma at 10 to cancer. So I did n’t have a womanhood in my life that actually taught me about what most of what I learned about being a woman is from magazines or, what other women or girls around me were learning from magazines. So like all of those, like, you know, the Cosmo and Young Miss and all of those kind of atrocious headlines on magazines were like the things that we ‘re picking up. And, and I was like, it ‘s not about makeup and swimsuits and diets and hair removal and any of those products or any of that stuff they push at you. But it took me to 2015 to get that because I did n’t have anybody in my life that was able to be like, “ No, no, no, no, no. This is all market. This is n’t how you person ” –
Jen : wholly .
Bethann : ” This is n’t how you become in full realized or glad with yourself. ” So to find a group of women who, like, “ This is a bunch of BS, there are early things that fulfill you, you know, or even that I ‘ve always struggled with that concept that, you know, it ‘s women against women. Like I always, whenever I had girlfriends who were like, “ I do n’t like that female child because of this. ” And I was always like, “ I’m not getting involved. ”

Jen : right field .
Bethann : Like, why is it like that ? Why is it, why, why is it like that ? I never quite understand that. And when I found Healthy Habits I was like “ All of these women are uplifting each other and cheering each other on. ” It was like, these are my people. Like I was still happy. I constantly have trouble very making connections with girlfriends because there would be people, like I ‘d constantly meet women like that and I’m like, “ I ‘m not doing this thing. ” So I ‘m moving on .
Jen : yea. Which is another culturally prescribed demeanor, right ? That we ‘re sort of pitted against each other. You see it in movies, you see it, you know, in different media that we have to compete for men. And there ‘s just a big chilling, you know, we have to be the thinnest. We have to, you know, there ‘s equitable this big scarcity thing around beauty and –
Bethann : Around everything. I feel like scarcity is a big theme .
Jen : well, scarcity drives consumerism, right. So-
Bethann : And we do n’t need any of that stuff, in truth. We do n’t .
Jen : yea. So were, you know, and we need to, you know, I think what we ‘re trying to achieve is getting women to expand their definition of health and happiness .
Bethann : yea .
Jen : Past all the superficial stuff we ‘ve been sold that bring us happiness. Right ?
Bethann : right, right. And I ‘m barely, I ‘m sol glad I, I ‘m good so happy to be here and I equitable feel like then a lot more of a, like a broad more well rounded, felicitous, fulfilled person .
Jen : Awesome. We love that .
Bethann : Than I did before. I mean, indeed many fantastic things have come into my life since .
Annie : Before we started recording I was barely asking you some questions about this episode because having known you for a while I ‘ve seen some behavior changes or some not scale victories and even some scale victories that you ‘ve celebrated inside the group. And I equitable kind of blanketly said, “ How has your life changed ? ” And you shared about the diastasis rectus heal and you ‘ve shared that you have lost some weight, which was possibly a goal of yours at one time. But what I truly loved about what you said to me, you said, “ I ‘ve stopped obsessing about food and exercise and about what my kids corrode, but possibly most importantly, I found my kin that helped me find my voice to speak up for myself and to allow myself to take up space in this earth. ” And I think that ‘s like, that ‘s equitable beautiful. That ‘s truly great .
Bethann : I actually feel like I can, I used to not actually say what I thought approximately things. Like I decidedly had an opinion, but I did n’t think my voice mattered all that much on issues. And now I ‘m not afraid to precisely say like, “ Listen, I do n’t care if you agree with me or not. I think this is crucial .
Annie : And I think when you start acting and believing out of this place of self worth and value just innately because you ‘re human and that you should be treated with respect regardless of your body supreme headquarters allied powers europe or size or how much you weigh or what food you eat and you ‘re a good person because you ‘re living, breathing person, it spills out to everything in your life and it started affecting how you see people and how you treat people and then in turn what you expect in reply and sometimes, like, the stuff that was cutting it years ago is n’t all right. Like I identify with the, you know, cutting down of other women when I was truly insecure and self conscious, I did that to other women a lot because that ‘s kind of how I talked about myself. And then once I increased my self worth and my prize and became more at peace with my body as is, that stuff fair melted away .
Jen : so such a shift from focusing on the minus of what you saw on other women to focusing on the positive. And as Annie mentioned, that often comes as we build up our own self love, we suddenly feel more love towards and less judgemental to people around us, which is just such a fantastic headspace to be in .
Bethann : Yeah, it ‘s just very nice to good be able to put that convinced energy out into the world. particularly, you know, with indeed much negative things going on .
Jen : Right. And you can’t put that out there if you are existing in a population where you feel identical negative about yourself. But second gear to that is that you are, you are depleted, you are empty cup, you have nothing to put out in the universe when you have an empty cup. So it ‘s equitable that cycle of loving yourself, caring for yourself, and if everybody in our company did it, you know what that could do .
Annie : yea. full people bring out the adept in people. proper ? thus, Bethann, let ‘s dive into, let ‘s shift gears a fiddling bit and dive into the habits that were game changers for you in the program because I know you had a couple, do you want to contribution those ?
Bethann : For me it was a on-key hunger and goldilocks, actually. I had, because I ‘d been in the Healthy Habits group for indeed long, I had, like, casual drift and neat down actually well, hydration was down in truth well for me and balanced meals lawsuit I ‘d done the powerball challenges respective times before I did Balance365, but the things are in truth struggled with was I felt like I did n’t know when I was hungry or when I was wax ever. And I think part of that was doing, I ‘ve done several cycles of Weight Watchers and they were large on having, like, constantly have a bite with you always know when your next meal is a the five to six little meals, you know, make certain you have your points. And I made like doing the points you could eat, literally eat garbage, you know, within your
points range .
And I very had no mind when I was athirst or when I was wide. I mean, I had no mind. So I actually stopped doing that. And I did, you know, I was pretty dependable at meal homework already and so I would merely wait until I felt athirst for breakfast and then once I did that and I was actually getting enough protein, that was actually huge. The true hunger thing was in truth huge because then I was like, I am not athirst at noon, at lunch. Right. I ‘m not, I ‘m not hungry when my kids are athirst for lunch. I ‘m athirst at one 30. I ‘m not, I do n’t have to eat when they eat. And then that actually stopped the, you know, when they wanted snacks. I do n’t actually like Goldfish. I would always eat bite with them. I did n’t like them. They do n’t taste that big .
Jen : Wait a consequence .
Bethann : Or like, or some of the comparable, I do n’t very like animal crackers, you know, some of the things that would snack on with them, “ I ‘m like, I do n’t in truth enjoy that. ” I realized I ‘m not athirst and that does n’t even taste good. so, and then after I got that down, I would actually, I kind of stopped eating breakfast and lunch with the kids and I started doing those two meals separate from them. so when they would like, either go down for a sleep or were playing restfully, I would take my time and eat in truth, actually boring. And then I realized, like, I actually ca n’t eat all of this food, like the power bowl, like as you know, the perch of it, the parcel sizes are a short bit besides big for me and I would actually sometimes eat the, some of the lunch world power bowl for the second half for dinner. I did n’t realize, you know, I was like, “ Oh that is room besides much food for me. ”
I did n’t realize before, but then getting to that distributor point and then sometimes I would detect, um, like throughout the month, kind of along with my motorbike, like fair before my cycle I would be extremely hungry, I could eat a whole powerball. So it was actually, those two were actually taking it very slow and listening to my body and listening to the different times throughout the calendar month excessively cause my necessitate would change. sometimes they ‘d be truly athirst and sometimes I would n’t. sometimes I’d need more, sometimes it would be less. So it truly depended on, it besides would depend on how much rest I got .
Jen : wholly .
Bethann : If I got enough sleep then I would n’t eat vitamin a much. If I was n’t getting enough rest, my body would need more energy to keep me going. particularly with, you know, when I had like three toddlers running round, there was a batch more to do. So it was in truth, but it was, that was actually, now it ‘s easy, but at beginning it was very hard work because I truly had to like slow down and sit with it for awhile and listen .
Jen : And probably be imperfect. I think a lot of people struggle with this alike, “ What if I get this wrong ? ” And it ‘s like “ You are going to get it wrong. Guess what ? You ‘re going to get it wrong a batch of times before you get it right. ”
Bethann : I would like, stop. I ‘d be like, “ Okay, I decidedly feel broad. But then 45 minutes later I ‘d be like, I ‘m decidedly athirst. ” So I would go back and corrode until I felt full again and then so it was decidedly kind of messy .
Jen : Yeah, it constantly is .
Annie : That ‘s function of remainder that ‘s exploring what ‘s besides much and what ‘s excessively small. Like that ‘s how you find remainder. And then like you said, Bethann, sometimes it ebb and it flows. Like you do need a little spot more food for whatever reason or a little bite less food .
Bethann : I felt like, it was merely like I did n’t stress about it. That was one of the things, like I would constantly go back to the material and one of the things, so I was like “ Do n’t stress about it ” or I would write down, I would take notes and be like, okay, well, you know, I kind of palpate, like, I would think about how I felt about it and be like, I just felt more athirst. Like I was trying to be kind of like, “ Whatever. ” I was more hungry. It ‘s fair food, right ? It ‘s not, I have to pay attention to what I needed. not, it was n’t a need, it was n’t a, I was n’t having an emotional reception to it. I actually physically felt hungry. thus I in truth tried to go “ Am I physically hungry or am I emotionally having a problem here that I need to work through ? ” And it was, you know, and sometimes it was n’t emotional thing. And I was like, “ I in truth need a pile, ” or I in truth need to just, I want to eat this because I actually am just stressed out .
Jen : And sometimes that is what you need and that ‘s fine. It ‘s all about frequency, right ? Like how often some people do n’t have any early tools in their toolbox for coping with stress then to eat. And that can become a big problem if, particularly if you have a very nerve-racking life., correct ?
Bethann : And I did use those, the two questions, like what did I do well today ? What did I learn ? I actually had a reminder on my calendar, on my telephone. And so at the goal of each day, I would journal that. And then I would say like, “ sol today I learned I was feeling stressed about this. And my reception to that was I either, like, coped pretty good with it by doing, you know, I meditated or I stretched or I went for, I took the kids for a walk because I was feeling anxious and broken about this. Or I talked to my therapist or I did this, or I didn’t handle it angstrom well as I would ‘ve liked and I ate a sleeve of Oreos but then I would write after it, “ That ‘s o. ” Like at the time I did something, like, I would prefer I did n’t do, I constantly reminded myself that it was okay. Because it was good one response in the whole of the travel. It was that day ‘s response. It was n’t like I did it for a year. I did it that one situation. That ‘s what I love about the Balance365 thing. Right. it ‘s you doing it right. It ‘s, you working through it. It ‘s not prescribed. There ‘s not meals, there ‘s not points. There ‘s not rules .
Jen : It ‘s not a elapse or fail plan .
Bethann : right. .
Jen : It ‘s a journey of self exploration and you ca n’t fail at learning what works for you .
Bethann : precisely. So there ‘s no, you ‘re not going to get slapped on the wrist. Right. So I would write that saying “ It ‘s o ” was me saying you have permission to figure it out. So that was a big thing for me. Like you have permission to do what you need to do to figure it out. And so nowadays I ‘m at the point where I can have a package of Oreos and I remember posting, like “ I ‘ve had this package of Oreos in my pantry with like an Arrow to where it was and I forgot about it for three months. ”
Jen : Yeah. Like, how does that happen ?
Bethann : Unopened for three months. And they ‘re my, like, I am not a big store bought cookie person, but those were my darling store bought cookies and I forgot I put them in my pantry. I bought them for me and I forgot about them. And I was like, “ How did I get to that target ? ” Because they were kind of like my stress cookie .
Jen : well, you ‘re not preoccupied with them any more and food preoccupations come from restricting and dieting. And when people approach changing their nutrition, they immediately go to, “ Okay, what are all the bad foods I ‘m eating ? What do I have to cut out ? What do I not have manipulate around ? ” But I guess what we have to understand is that it ‘s actually the restrict that is causing those preoccupations and in rate to fix this return, you ca n’t fix it at stopping and restricting. You have to address, you have to stop qualify that is the answer, which is very chilling for some people .
Bethann : yea. I mean, immediately I can keep all sorts of things in the house where I ‘m just like, ” Yep, we ‘ve got that in the pantry and I do n’t actually care. ”
Jen : And it ‘s just food. It ‘s always going to be there. It ‘s not, it does n’t have any might over you Yeah, wholly. It ‘s a big position to be. I wanted to circle rear a bit to calories because you talked about being a point counter and all of that and we have a podcast on calorie count in which Lauren does a good deep dive into the skill behind calorie count. I think we talk about when it hurts, when it helps, but one of the main issues is if anyone heed has an extensive history of counting calories or points or you know, whatever it is, one of the drawbacks of that is that it can disconnect you from your crave and repletion cues. And our hunger and repletion cues are, honestly, our best calorie counters. And if you want to punch into a machine and get a boisterous appraisal of what your daily energy consumption is, that ‘s very well .
That can, but it is fair an estimate because as you mentioned, our caloric needs change on a casual basis. If I go for a long function, one sidereal day, my thermal needs are different than the days when I ‘m sitting at my desk working most of the days, most of the day, if I am pmsing my body actually needs 90 to 300 calories extra those days than it does when I ‘m not premenstrual. And then when you ‘re disconnected from your hunger and repletion, and when you are n’t honoring your hunger and repletion, then you ‘re going to be fighting with it. And it ‘s always going to be this wrestle with your body of “ Wow, you know, I feel athirst or I’m having these cravings, but I could n’t possibly, I ‘m at my steer level for the day. “ And as we know and have discussed in this podcast that wrestling with your body being at war with your body, you just never win it. I do n’t know very anyone who ‘s winning that. Right, it inevitably leads to a gorge and bad feelings and that cycle that about every woman is stuck in .
Bethann : I think I remember getting my points range for Weight Watchers and then like anytime I would go over I just felt bad about myself .
Annie : sol Bethann, I think, your experience with hunger and Goldilocks is, or I know, I do n’t think, I know is something that is been life changing for a lot of women in the course of study, myself included. It was such a game record changer habit. And, what would you say are, in addition to the crave and Goldilocks habits and all the other habits that you mentioned, what would you say, what ‘s been the consequence so far of your effort into the program ?
Bethann : so, I’ve decidedly, like, my body composition has changed, and I have lost burden but that, like I said, it was n’t my main focus because I feel like I gained a draw more self assurance and self love and respect. But besides good for my family, for my boys, I do n’t truly worry about what they eat. I notice besides, even like when we go to the doughnut shop and they ‘ll pick out donuts, they do n’t eat the whole doughnut, they eat what they want and then they push it aside, which to me truly says something like they, that ‘s a sweet dainty. And that ‘s not something, we do n’t get doughnut every one day. But even then, you know, I know a bunch of adults would be like “ Donuts ! ” And they eat the whole thing .
Jen : And some kids, once they get to a sealed age, right ? Like this is a skill we all kind of innately have. These are cues. Like when we have to go to the toilet, we go to the toilet. When we ‘re run down, we go to sleep, our hunger and repletion are cues that we have and the thing is adults take that away from kids, right ? By trying to control and restrict and tell them “ This is commodity and this is bad ” and if we did n’t take that away from them then we ‘d probably all be okay today, but we ‘re not .
Bethann : yea. And that was another thing that he said, he came back and he said, “ Sugar is bad, ” and I said, “ Sugar is not badly. sugar is in everything. ” He said, “ well, what do you mean ? ” I said, “ well, this apple you’re eating has sugar, that orange has sugar, the potatoes have sugar, the bread has sugar. ” I said, “ Sugar is not bad. It ‘s in everything. ” I said, “ It ‘s not the lone thing you want to eat. We want to eat some of everything. ” I said, “ It ‘s just part of, it’s good food. Everything is just food. ” So you ca n’t, no, you can’t just survive on donuts, but you besides ca n’t just survive on carrots. We ca n’t survive on ham. So-
Annie : There ‘s that balance and moderation coming back again .
Bethann : thus, you know, I, so I equitable have to, I kind of feel like, I ‘m like, okay, “ Yep, that ‘s what they said in school. But remember, you know, it ‘s about what your torso needs. If you ate just donuts all day you wouldn’t feel identical good, but if you ate equitable carrots, you would n’t feel very good either. It ‘s like, yeah, I know that. thus, you know, I fair kind of run back to it and it ‘s the same with exercise I said, you know, “ You ca n’t run all day. You need to go to bed besides or you need to sit and rest or you need to stretch. I mean, you ca n’t merely do that. ” And I exercise in movement of the kids. My parents never ever exercised at all. So I was not an acrobatic kyd in the least. An I did not, I did not do team sports in school, anything like that. It took me a very long clock to find bowel movement I liked. Arms Like Annie very helped me. I actually .
Jen : I ‘m on workweek 20 myself, actually, on Arms Like Annie platform .
Bethann : I ‘m doing Everyday Strong right now because I finished Arms like Annie, so I ‘m doing Everyday Strong then I ‘m going to go back to Arms Like Annie, but I truly like weight lift and I very like feeling strong. sol I do it with the boys. They very love the inchworms and batch climbers. The four class olds, the twins are like, “ Is it an inch writhe and Mountain Climber Day ? ” And they ‘re down on the floor and it ‘s very, in truth cunning. But I love that they go, “ Mom, is it time to exercise ? Where ‘s your workbook ? ” Because I printed it out. sol then, “ Where ‘s the workbook ? Let ‘s do the timer for the 30 seconds. Are we dancing ? Are we doing jumping jacks ? ” Like they know the exercise and they ‘re asking which sidereal day we ‘re doing, “ Do we need the electric resistance set or do you need your dumbbell ? ” And they know all of the workouts. And then even sometimes we do the video on Youtube, we ‘ll put it on the television receiver and, and they go, “ Oh, is that Annie or is that Jen ? ” They know everybody and it ‘s very great because they will come out and they ‘ll come, they ‘ll, you know, do everything with everyone .
Annie : And, well, I even remember when I was in Arizona, I think I ended up like sending you like a FaceTime. Did we facetime ?
Bethann : He ‘s like, “ Will, Annie say hawaii to me ?
Annie : Like we ‘re real humans .
Jen : That’s adorable .
Bethann : I know, like, you guys are celebrities to my kids sol, they ‘re in the live room. They were like, “ Are you talking to Annie and Jen ? ” “ Yes. right now. ” Oh my gosh, they ‘re so arouse .
Annie : possibly we need to branch out and do a kids drill programs .
Jen : Yeah, we can get ourselves a Sunday dawn limited .
Bethann : But they could keep up with the adult thrust you do. I mean, they ‘re like, “ Are we doing the Sweaty Betty nowadays ? ”
Annie : Oh, I love it .
Jen : Oh that ‘s so cute !
Bethann : You know, all of it. What I like is that I can do it in the be room with the kids .
Annie : yes. Well, Bethann, thank you sol much for your time .
Jen : Yes, thank you .
Annie : I appreciate it. This is so estimable chatting with you, and I know you ‘re going to inspire a lot of our community members to make changes for their kids and for themselves along the way, because yes, let ‘s end those marauding companies .
Bethann : Yes. Thanks so a lot for having me. You guys have very fair, you make the global a better seat. Thank you so a lot .
Annie : thank you for being a part of it .
Jen : thank you .
Annie : Okay. We ‘ll chat soon .
Bethann : Okay .
Annie : Okay, thank you
Bethann : Bye.

Jen : Bye .
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