January 31st, 2019

// Kathleen Trotter Personal Trainer, Nutritionist, and Life Coach

Kathleen Trotter Personal Trainer, Nutritionist, and Life Coach

Wants You to BecomeYOUR FITTEST FUTURE SELFAdopting a healthier lifestyle often feels overwhelming and draining — like a chore. The trick to sustaining a lifestyle change long term is reframing the creation of your health mixes.In YOUR FITTEST FUTURE SELF, author and fitness expert Kathleen Trotter advises readers to think of creating mixes like going on an adventure or figuring out a puzzle rather than as something overwhelming, exhausting, or “yet another obligation.” Kathleen encourages readers to stop thinking of “past health experiences” as something to be frustrated about.  Past experiences are data — information to be learned from. Her advice is that if you know an element of a diet or a type of workout absolutely didn’t work for you, don’t add that element to your mix. If you loved a particular element of a diet or a past activity — playing a sport or dancing at clubs — consider joining a team or taking dance classes. Learn from your past experiences so you can create, now, a mix that suits you, leading to that fitter self. Have fun learning about yourself and if, at first, the pieces don’t fit together, try to figure out why and try again. You can do this! Drive the bus of your own life instead of letting the bus drive you. Lean-in to your health and start working for what you want. Your fittest future self is waiting — get excited!
Kathleen Trotteris a fitness expert, media personality, personal trainer, writer, life coach, certified Pilates and ELDOA instructor, and overall health enthusiast. Her passion is motivating others to “find their fit” and works with clients ranging from endurance athletes to individuals living with Parkinson’s disease and osteoporosis. She also writes for the Globe and Mail and Huffington Post, blogs for Flaman Fitness, and makes regular TV appearances. Kathleen holds an M.Sc. from the University of Toronto and a nutrition diploma from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. She lives in Toronto where she owns a personal training studio. Find out more about Kathleen at www.KathleenTrotter.comFACEBOOK | INSTAGRAM | TWITTERCLICK HERE FOR PRESS KIT
SUGGESTED TALKING POINTS:Your new book is “Your Fittest Future Self”. What does that mean?What is an “individualized health mix”?Can you tell us a little bit more about the “mix concept”?You believe that when it comes to fitness that there is not a one-sized solution that fits all. What does that mean for the reader?What would you say is the biggest setback people meet on their journey to a healthy lifestyle?Understanding that we are all different and that we need to create a unique plan for ourselves, where does one start?What is the most important tool for a person beginning their fitness journey?You mention the concept of the “NUTRITIONmix”. What are the foundations of a healthy “NUTRITIONmix”?What is the one thing people don’t get enough of on their journey to being their fittest future self?How important gut health and glycemic index on the path to “Your Fittest Future Self”?areWhat do you mean when you suggest “rethinking fit”?What are some strategies that someone would use if they wanted to “rethink fit”?Is daily exercise vital to our success or will a few times per week work just fine?

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