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What the heck is Joyful Movement?
Check out my podcast The Joyful Movement Show to find out! I’m your host Kim Hagle – mom of 4, personal trainer, holistic nutritionist and recovering dieter.
Tune in for your weekly dose of non-diet, Health at Every Size (HAES) informed inspiration. I’ll give you practical tips to help you connect to the motivation within through intuitive movement, body acceptance and mindset shifts.
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The Joyful Movement Manifesto
The 10 principles you can implement today
to start having a more peaceful relationship with exercise.
Reject Diet Mentality
Disconnect exercise from weight loss. Exercise to feel good, not to burn calories or earn food.
We are more than a physical body. Honour your spiritual, emotional and mental bodies’ needs when choosing exercise.
Say NO to Punishment
Forget “no pain no gain”. Exercise should never hurt. Say NO to punitive, tortuous exercise programs.
Challenge the Gym Police
The Gym Police are thoughts in your head reinforcing all the rules diet culture has created about how to exercise. Scream a loud “no” to thoughts that you’re not doing it right if you don’t workout for a full hour with heavy weights, cardio, HIIT training, etc, etc.
Respect your Limitations
Tune in to your body’s signals (pain, energy level, mood, menses). Respect your body’s cues by modifying as needed.
Stop Relying on External Validation
Do what moves you. You don’t need a tracker, app or scale to tell you that you got it “right”. Practice attunement.
Honour your Need for Rest
It’s part of the program. Don’t wait for an injury or burn out to justify a rest day.
Find Your People
Community matters. Feeling a part of a community is one of the biggest motivating forces. Find people who support your goals and build you up. A little healthy competition is ok, as long as it’s friendly.
Discover Joy in Movement
Aka the runner’s high (it’s not just for runners). Try new activities that light you up and make you feel strong, successful, connected, alive.
Challenge yourself on your terms.
It’s ok to work hard and push yourself if you’re having fun and your body is ready. Try new things, round out your fitness repertoire with a variety of activities, but do it because it’s fun not because you think you “should”.
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I’m on a mission to empower women to ditch diet culture so they can
experience joyful movement, peace with food and embrace the body they have today.