I wasn’t a huge fan of journaling until recently. It wasn’t that I didn’t like journaling or believe in it, I just didn’t understand how it could benefit me or my clients. Since then, I’ve started thinking about it more, and I’ve started introducing journal prompts in my clients’ weekly training plans. Does it help? Research says it does.
Here are a few of the points I cover in this week's episode:
Tune in for more reasons why journaling is good for you.
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You can join the 6 day journal challenge I mentioned here: https://www.crushingmygoals.com/p/journal and watch the video at the top of this post for more about journaling.
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Coach Kim explores topics that will help you power up your life so that you can design a life you love. If you are ready to think, feel, train and live like a champion, tune in for expert interviews and real talk that will give you the tools and courage you need to chase your dreams.
Coach Kim Peek is a fitness and real-food enthusiast who is also a theater-mom, dog-mom and breast cancer survivor. Kim has a number of coaching certifications including: ACE Certified Group Fitness Instructor, USA Track and Field Level 1 Coach, USA Triathlon Level 1 Coach and Healthy Running. She is certified to teach a variety of fitness formats, and is constantly studying movement, motivation and other wellness topics to unlock success secrets for her audience. Kim is also a Breast Cancer Exercise Specialist and a Functional Aging Specialist.
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