Better Health By Accountability

Better Health By Accountability

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Saw this when working out today. 4 of their programs are less than $5 each right now. The website puts them in a calendar for you so all you do is click on the date and your workout is right there for you.

5 pounds down. Feeling great about this!
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My last few days:

Saturday: 10 mile run
Sunday: 🏈 rest day
Monday: 30min Pilates & arms w/ free weights
Today: 3 mile run pushing two kids in the jogger. 😓

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Hey mommas! I just got some bloodwork back and found out I have a thyroid issue as well as low vitamin D. I have heard about hypothyroidism making it difficult to lose weight which has been an issue with me lately. I was wondering if anyone else has a thyroid condition and found it easier to lose the weight once the medication started. I just started the medicine and am hoping that it helps along with my workouts. 😃
Just wanted to share a little success story from today and I want to thank all of you for helping me here because of your constant harassment (in the most loving way) to get my ass on the bike or the mat. My jeans that I wear for work no longer have a bulging zipper and I’m wearing a belt. Love y’all!!
Ok, here goes nothing...
I’m being brave and sharing my starting point. Yikes! I’m committed to success no matter how tiny now. 💪🏼
I ran 4.5 miles yesterday w/ hills in 55 min.
This morning I did a 30 min full Pilates video.

Prime video has great Pilates videos for free. My favorite series has been Pilates with Kait Coats. There are 7-8 videos all targeting different areas of the body.
Anyone who knows me knows that I suck at follow through but I want to be a strong mama! I am on day 2 of my HIIT and yoga!
Who else got sweaty this morning?!
Before the kiddo started chatting in his crib
January here we go!!! 2020 means we are shredding 15Lbs with hot kindness, NOT!! We all got what it takes, just stick with it and believe in yourself...

Accountability is the piece that makes the most meaningful difference in the challenging pursuit of weight loss and lifestyle change. We will be by your side every step of the way, making sure you are doing what you want to do. #virtualhealthcoaches

1:1 Personal Coaches. We help women struggling to arrive at their healthy goal weight. 1:1 daily support to eat right & exercise consistently STAY•ON•TRACK with us. Find us on Instagram, Linked-In, and Yelp. Betterhealthbyaccountability.com

Operating as usual

10/31/2021

Set your intentions for the day early. Write them down. Put them in your notes on your phone. Stick to a plan so you don’t wake up disappointed in yourself tomorrow.

Set your intentions for the day early. Write them down. Put them in your notes on your phone. Stick to a plan so you don’t wake up disappointed in yourself tomorrow.

10/31/2021

🎃10 years ago🎃
we had our first bun in the oven

🎃10 years ago🎃
we had our first bun in the oven

10/29/2021

I think about this a lot. The “hi, how are you?” phrase/question as you’re passing by someone. As someone who deals with anxiety and depression at times, I’ve often thought — what if I actually told them how I am in this moment? The guy mowing his lawn as I pass by on a walk. The checker at the grocery store. The acquaintance mom at preschool. The flight attendant on the airplane.

Sometimes it’s painful to say “good”, right? You know you’re lying. You’re not good right now.

I just want to encourage you. You’re probably not going to break down and tell your story to a stranger. But please tell somebody. Find somebody that you can be honest with and say... you know what? I’m actually not good. And that’s ok right now. No one is “good” all the time. Keeping it to yourself is like a poison. We need to be there for each other.

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I think about this a lot. The “hi, how are you?” phrase/question as you’re passing by someone. As someone who deals with anxiety and depression at times, I’ve often thought — what if I actually told them how I am in this moment? The guy mowing his lawn as I pass by on a walk. The checker at the grocery store. The acquaintance mom at preschool. The flight attendant on the airplane.

Sometimes it’s painful to say “good”, right? You know you’re lying. You’re not good right now.

I just want to encourage you. You’re probably not going to break down and tell your story to a stranger. But please tell somebody. Find somebody that you can be honest with and say... you know what? I’m actually not good. And that’s ok right now. No one is “good” all the time. Keeping it to yourself is like a poison. We need to be there for each other.

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Follow @betterhealthbyaccountability for health and wellness motivation and encouragement

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❓What exactly is a “weight loss accountability coach?”

KEEP READING 📖
💫 This client just completed our 8 week program and she feels amazing! She shed 10 pounds, 9 inches, and is training for a half marathon! Accountability was just the push she needed.

❗️Every weight loss journey is personal, and unfortunately doesn’t happen overnight. The weight-loss process requires a lot of hard work and dedication. On days when you might feel ready to give up, a coach is your cheerleader. 🔆They get to know you — they know what’s going on in your life. They know what you’re working towards. They know about your personal needs and what it will take to get you back on track when you feel stuck or feel the urge to return to habits that caused your weight gain.

❇️We specialize in helping people meet their weight-loss goals. I can promise you that you WILL NOT ever receive the amount of attention and support that we give. We’ll help you to improve your diet and develop customized exercise plans around your lifestyle needs. We ensure you stay on track with constant accountability.

‼️you will always get faster results with a dedicated support system‼️

Need an idea for a healthy snack? Looking for ways to avoid temptation during the holidays? Want to go for a run, but your knee hurts? Can you buy the Girl Scout cookies? Your coach has answers for all of your tricky situations.

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10/27/2021

🛼LUNCH!
leftover chicken, leftover Guac from the weekend (I stirred it so it wouldn’t look brown for you), tomatoes, and cheese!

That 🛼 was because I want to go roller skating, girls night. Or couples night! We can hold hands to the oldies. Who’s with me?

🛼LUNCH!
leftover chicken, leftover Guac from the weekend (I stirred it so it wouldn’t look brown for you), tomatoes, and cheese!

That 🛼 was because I want to go roller skating, girls night. Or couples night! We can hold hands to the oldies. Who’s with me?

10/26/2021

🎃It’s Halloween, so here I am, your Certified Intuitive Eating Health Coach, to tell you not to eat any candy and not have any fun! Naw, not really. Contrary to what my acquaintances seem to think, my job is not to make you feel guilty! Don’t you do that enough yourself? No, I’m here to help you ENJOY your experience! Which can be challenging!
Tips:

TUCK YOUR PRE-HALLOWEEN CANDY OUT OF PLAIN SIGHT:
If you've got a mighty sweet tooth, stow these goodies in the back of your pantry, and hold off on opening them till right before!
HANDING OUT CANDY TIP! Only give out 1 piece of candy per child: One part of Halloween that scares parents is the sheer volume of candy that their kids haul home. I used to think the kids who brought home a huge stash must have been trick-or-treating all night long. But when I had my own kid—I was shocked at the amount of candy people give to each child! I now know that we’re the lame house on the block who only hands out one mini chocolate bar! But I’m sticking to it.

ANOTHER TIP: EAT DINNER BEFORE TRICK OR TREATING! Now yeah yeah, I’d love to tell you to have veggies and lean protein, but I know most of my Halloweens involve pizza -- I will encourage you though to have a salad or veggie tray around with it!

BOTTOMS UP! WITH YOUR WATER BOTTLE! I like to take a swish of water after finishing my first candy, which gives my mouth a different taste so I'm not hunting for the next sugar fix. This also has the added benefit of rinsing down the sugar and protecting my pearly whites(LOL)

BE PICKY WITH YOUR SWEETS! Don't settle. If you're going to satisfy your sweet cravings, go for treats that'll hit the spot. Leave the ones that just don't do it, alone. Also, remember to pick the (fun-size) portion because you can always go back for more if you really want to.

LET YOURSELF CELEBRATE! If you make healthy eating a habit...then a day or 2 of overindulgence is perfectly ok. You should be able to celebrate it without guilt. Give yourself a deadline for when the celebration is over, then plan to get back on track by cooking a nutritious meal or going for a run. Remember that your overall health and happiness rests on more than just a few days.

🎃It’s Halloween, so here I am, your Certified Intuitive Eating Health Coach, to tell you not to eat any candy and not have any fun! Naw, not really. Contrary to what my acquaintances seem to think, my job is not to make you feel guilty! Don’t you do that enough yourself? No, I’m here to help you ENJOY your experience! Which can be challenging!
Tips:

TUCK YOUR PRE-HALLOWEEN CANDY OUT OF PLAIN SIGHT:
If you've got a mighty sweet tooth, stow these goodies in the back of your pantry, and hold off on opening them till right before!
HANDING OUT CANDY TIP! Only give out 1 piece of candy per child: One part of Halloween that scares parents is the sheer volume of candy that their kids haul home. I used to think the kids who brought home a huge stash must have been trick-or-treating all night long. But when I had my own kid—I was shocked at the amount of candy people give to each child! I now know that we’re the lame house on the block who only hands out one mini chocolate bar! But I’m sticking to it.

ANOTHER TIP: EAT DINNER BEFORE TRICK OR TREATING! Now yeah yeah, I’d love to tell you to have veggies and lean protein, but I know most of my Halloweens involve pizza -- I will encourage you though to have a salad or veggie tray around with it!

BOTTOMS UP! WITH YOUR WATER BOTTLE! I like to take a swish of water after finishing my first candy, which gives my mouth a different taste so I'm not hunting for the next sugar fix. This also has the added benefit of rinsing down the sugar and protecting my pearly whites(LOL)

BE PICKY WITH YOUR SWEETS! Don't settle. If you're going to satisfy your sweet cravings, go for treats that'll hit the spot. Leave the ones that just don't do it, alone. Also, remember to pick the (fun-size) portion because you can always go back for more if you really want to.

LET YOURSELF CELEBRATE! If you make healthy eating a habit...then a day or 2 of overindulgence is perfectly ok. You should be able to celebrate it without guilt. Give yourself a deadline for when the celebration is over, then plan to get back on track by cooking a nutritious meal or going for a run. Remember that your overall health and happiness rests on more than just a few days.

10/24/2021

Weight loss tips often focus on changing our behavior. “Drink more water, eat more greens, cook at home, don’t eat out as much, reduce processed foods,” and more. These are behaviors that change what actually gets consumed. And it’s true that behaviors are fundamental to creating healthy habits, however, underneath our behaviors are values, feelings, and beliefs. The foundation of our behavior is our psychology.

If we don’t believe that we can actually impact our health in a positive way, it’s unlikely that our healthy behavior will become a habit.

If we don’t feel that we deserve to be happy, we’re less likely to take action that supports our health and well being.

We can be offered a list of 100 or even 1000 tips to help us lose the weight, (go ahead and Google them) but until our feelings and beliefs are in alignment with our desire to feel our best, it’s unlikely we’ll follow through. As humans, we *need* ACCOUNTABILITY.

We think it’s all about will power, but it’s not. There is more to losing weight than “eat this and don’t eat that.” We are complex beings in a full-tilt world, and we need compassionate support on the deeper levels of our feelings, thoughts and beliefs when it comes to being able to release weight in a healthy way that lasts.

Weight loss tips often focus on changing our behavior. “Drink more water, eat more greens, cook at home, don’t eat out as much, reduce processed foods,” and more. These are behaviors that change what actually gets consumed. And it’s true that behaviors are fundamental to creating healthy habits, however, underneath our behaviors are values, feelings, and beliefs. The foundation of our behavior is our psychology.

If we don’t believe that we can actually impact our health in a positive way, it’s unlikely that our healthy behavior will become a habit.

If we don’t feel that we deserve to be happy, we’re less likely to take action that supports our health and well being.

We can be offered a list of 100 or even 1000 tips to help us lose the weight, (go ahead and Google them) but until our feelings and beliefs are in alignment with our desire to feel our best, it’s unlikely we’ll follow through. As humans, we *need* ACCOUNTABILITY.

We think it’s all about will power, but it’s not. There is more to losing weight than “eat this and don’t eat that.” We are complex beings in a full-tilt world, and we need compassionate support on the deeper levels of our feelings, thoughts and beliefs when it comes to being able to release weight in a healthy way that lasts.

10/22/2021

Y’all, when I was pregnant with my middle...I used to buy the huge bag of dried mangos at Costco and go to town. I thought dried fruit was a healthy snack! No wonder they were so addicting. Before I learned to read labels, I had NO idea how much sugar I was eating in a day.

Not only does too much sugar cause all sorts of health conditions, it affects your sleep and energy levels and mood and all the things.

Y’all, when I was pregnant with my middle...I used to buy the huge bag of dried mangos at Costco and go to town. I thought dried fruit was a healthy snack! No wonder they were so addicting. Before I learned to read labels, I had NO idea how much sugar I was eating in a day.

Not only does too much sugar cause all sorts of health conditions, it affects your sleep and energy levels and mood and all the things.

10/20/2021

Last night I had the opportunity to try @wearesweatproject Turn UP class. We learned simple choreography and danced to R&B music with partyyyy lights on. It was so much fun.

If y’all are in the area {prosper} I highly recommend you try a class!

*never stop trying new things*

Last night I had the opportunity to try @wearesweatproject Turn UP class. We learned simple choreography and danced to R&B music with partyyyy lights on. It was so much fun.

If y’all are in the area {prosper} I highly recommend you try a class!

*never stop trying new things*

10/20/2021

If this is something you’ve been doing for years, this is a hard habit to break. It takes practice, patience, and a whole lot of grace. We’ll be by your side to talk through the tough stuff and keep you accountable so that you can reach your health goals. Break the cycle of emotional eating.

If this is something you’ve been doing for years, this is a hard habit to break. It takes practice, patience, and a whole lot of grace. We’ll be by your side to talk through the tough stuff and keep you accountable so that you can reach your health goals. Break the cycle of emotional eating.

10/19/2021

When it comes to the top blood-sugar-spiking foods, you likely think of processed stuff high in sugar and refined carbs. Buuuuut did you know that some healthy, whole foods can spike your glucose, too? That doesn't mean you should cut these out of your diet, but it may take some tweaks to make sure your levels don't rise sky-high. Here are two to look at:

1. Grapes
A lot of fruits are minimal spikers, but grapes seem to be gigantic. Grapes are often eaten on their own, without any other sources of fiber or protein. You don't often see people chop up grapes and put them in yogurt.

To lower the spike, you might just need to pair your grapes with some nuts, avocado, or a wedge of cheese (cheese board anyone?). That way, the added fiber and protein can help balance the blood sugar response.

2. Oatmeal
With oatmeal, it's a similar story—only, it's what people typically add to oats that makes the spike. Loading your oatmeal bowl with brown sugar, maple syrup, and chocolate chips will likely result in a large surge.

Some raw cocoa powder, nut butter, chia seeds, and some walnuts could definitely change that response. The type of oats you choose matters, too. A packet of instant oatmeal (which is processed) can cause a very different blood sugar response than a cup of steel-cut or rolled oats. I remember eating a maple sugar oatmeal packet before school sometime and I would be STARVING two hours later. Steel-cut oats tend to have a slightly higher fiber and protein content than rolled oats.

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When it comes to the top blood-sugar-spiking foods, you likely think of processed stuff high in sugar and refined carbs. Buuuuut did you know that some healthy, whole foods can spike your glucose, too? That doesn't mean you should cut these out of your diet, but it may take some tweaks to make sure your levels don't rise sky-high. Here are two to look at:

1. Grapes
A lot of fruits are minimal spikers, but grapes seem to be gigantic. Grapes are often eaten on their own, without any other sources of fiber or protein. You don't often see people chop up grapes and put them in yogurt.

To lower the spike, you might just need to pair your grapes with some nuts, avocado, or a wedge of cheese (cheese board anyone?). That way, the added fiber and protein can help balance the blood sugar response.

2. Oatmeal
With oatmeal, it's a similar story—only, it's what people typically add to oats that makes the spike. Loading your oatmeal bowl with brown sugar, maple syrup, and chocolate chips will likely result in a large surge.

Some raw cocoa powder, nut butter, chia seeds, and some walnuts could definitely change that response. The type of oats you choose matters, too. A packet of instant oatmeal (which is processed) can cause a very different blood sugar response than a cup of steel-cut or rolled oats. I remember eating a maple sugar oatmeal packet before school sometime and I would be STARVING two hours later. Steel-cut oats tend to have a slightly higher fiber and protein content than rolled oats.

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Do YOU need {one on one}accountability to change your habits?
Get Started ⬇️
Betterhealthbyaccountability.com
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 5 Star
Client Reviews & Testimonials
Yelp • Google • Facebook
Daily Accountability • Healthy Mindset • No Dieting • Real Food • Real RESULTS

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About Ashley

I started having body image issues in Kindergarten. I had to wear a leotard in a Christmas show and I was crying knowing that I was bigger than the other girls. In 4th grade, I started to lean out a little more as I got taller. My parents enrolled me in dance class and I was confident enough to be in the talent show with a friend that year. A few years later, I wanted to dance on pointe ballet shoes, but I was educated that I needed to lose a little weight first before doing that, for safety reasons. That was another reminder that I was bigger than a lot of girls my age, and I hated that, but I lost the weight to be able to participate. Throughout middle school and high school, I exercised a ton, which is how I was able to stay at a healthy weight although I mostly ate whatever I wanted. I was in dance class at least 8hrs per week and was on the dance team in high school. My weight was always on the highest end of the normal BMI chart though, which bugged me. I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at age 16, an autoimmune disease. I was told that I shouldn’t be exercising as much for my joints and was put on many different medications. It was very painful and I had trouble sleeping.

Once high school was over, I put even more weight on. After all, I wasn’t eating at home as much anymore and there was a lot of drinking (shh) and fast-food stops. I got back down to a decent weight for my wedding (at 23 years old – baby I know), but I remember being so disappointed with myself that I hadn’t lost more and looked better for the pictures. A couple of years went by and I remember jumping on the scale after a weekend trip with my husband and I had gone up almost 15lbs! No wonder I felt so awful! Breweries and nachos had become our thing. I quickly got on it and got back to my wedding weight again by “calorie counting”.

Fast forward to my first pregnancy at age 27. I gained 50lbs and it took me a LONG time to get it off. People kept saying it would come off easy, nope, it was hard work. When I got pregnant with my daughter at age 30, I gained 50lbs AGAIN. I’d start out “good” and then just go crazy the last few months with my binge eating. After I had her, I got it off quicker and I even weighed in the 130’s for the first time in my adult life! I had FINALLY figured out how to maintain and did so for 2 whole years, until, we decided to get pregnant again. Except, I didn’t know that I was going to have two miscarriages first. The hormones and stress of that had me gaining some weight again. After I was blessed to have my last baby, I was determined and excited to get healthy and fit again like I was. I created my Instagram account to hold myself accountable. I turned 35yrs old this year and hit 135lbs which was my goal. No calorie restrictions, no excessive exercising, and being OKAY when the scale goes up and down a little bit. I focus now on my measurements and how my clothes fit. I’m fueling my body with foods that are good for me and I’m not overworking anymore. The most important thing is that I feel in control.

I am so incredibly passionate about helping people feel good about themselves because for so long I DIDN’T!! I know that insecure, unhappy feeling. I want to use what I’ve learned on my own journey and in my health coach training to support others in getting where they want to be! Above all else – accountability is KEY.

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