This week we are chatting with my dear friend and former client Libertad Kaddatz, mom of 2, exercise enthusiast, community volunteer, and lifestyle photographer. We are discussing how your "why" for working out can change throughout the years and how our past beliefs, family upbringing, and future goals can affect that.
As a coach who has worked exclusively with postpartum women since 2014, I am always intrigued by the reasons why someone hired me and how long it took for them to come to that decision. For many women, exercise wasn't a priority before having kids, and it can be confusing and overwhelming, requiring lots of pre-contemplation before getting started.
I am excited to share Libertad's story with you. When I met her, she sheepishly admitted to me that she wanted to work out to fit back into her clothes and look like herself again, but was embarrassed to tell me that. Over the years, I have watched her transform from someone who works out to "look good" to someone who works out because they see the real benefits. Her daily workouts provide her with the mental clarity, focus, and energy to run after her kids all day, and THIS is the kind of transformation I truly love to help facilitate. We also dive into how growing up in Mexico influenced her eating habits and how a family health scare really put her "why" into perspective.
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