Jul 13, 2022
Whether you’re struggling to lose weight, burn fat, gain muscle,
or improve your health in any way, there’s one thing that’s almost
guaranteed to be in your way… your mind.
Natalie Newhart is the Founder of Fit Addicted Nutrition, where
she specializes in female-specific fat loss, as well as a mindset
coach for those who want to master their mind and body. She
believes that in order to master your body, you have to train your
mind… but what does that mean and how do you start to train the
Natalie and Chase talk about what it means to train the mind
while breaking down the 4-phase training approach she uses to
maintain her health and create the life she wants to live. Natalie
shares her thoughts on why mindset is more important than diet and
exercise and how your mental health and mindset could be preventing
you from losing excess fat.
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- Natalie shares the meaning behind her motto/mindset: “Train
your mind. Love your body. Become your best self.” and how she has
used that to overcome disordered eating and exercise
- The 4 phases of training Natalie uses are focus (training
thoughts), emotions (training the nervous system), vision (painting
a picture of the life you want to create), and intuition (bridging
the gap from where you are to where you want to be).
- Most people struggle to take the first step of retraining the
mind because of fear of uncertainty. You’ve got to have faith and
trust that this process can work. Once Nat saw other people living
a healthy, free life, she started to shift her focus from the
version of herself she thought she had to be to the version of
herself she wanted to be.
- Ultimately, awareness is key in shifting thought and behavior
patterns. The mind thinks there’s some type of benefit to
overeating, restricting, or whatever action that’s not serving you.
But when you become aware of that, you have the power to shift your
thoughts and behaviors to healthier ones.
- Natalie sheds light on her relationship with gratitude, how
gratitude and stillness play a major role in her health and
wellness journey, and what she does when gratitude doesn’t come
easy to her.
- Natalie also talks about how she discovered the impact of
mental and emotional stress on the body, specifically women’s
bodies, and the research she’s done on stress, health, and weight