Have you ever noticed that there are times you feel like lifting heavy, running long distances and other times you just never want to leave the couch?
Often we push through and stick to the plan but what if the plan just wasn’t in sync with your body and that is why even willpower and a schedule still makes it tough.
Today we chat with Jenni Hulburt, CEO of Wild Wellness where she shares details on how your own cycle can dictate your energy, which workouts to consider during each phase of your cycle and how we need to be look at training in a more cyclical way in order to avoid burnout from your workout.
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Jenni Hulburt Bio:
Jenni Hulburt, founder of WILD Wellness, is a holistic fitness specialist and natural health advocate who helps women live and sweat in sync with nature.
She has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Exercise Science and Sport Psychology, and is a top-ranked Wellness Advocate with doTERRA essential oils.
Links to Offerings
Quiz & Free Resources for Your Cyclical Body: www.jennihulburt.com/wild
WILD Wellness podcast: www.jennihulburt.com/podcast
THE WILD: www.jennihulburt.com/thewild
Workout without Burnout – online course www.workoutwithoutburnout.com
doTERRA Essential Oils: www.jennihulburt.com/oils
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*For informational purposes only. Please consult a physician before starting an exercise or nutrition program