News

This Is Why You’re Fat

Lacking motivation? Not sure what’s really good for you? Teetering on the edge of buying that donut or going for the big fry-up? Just need a laugh?

Check out this great site –

This Is Why You’re Fat

Remember –

Life is Now. Press Play! 

Kat

PS.

My Personalized Mystery Box is her!

We will PERSONALLY select not one, not two, not three four five but SIX of our most transformative and holy FUCK yes courses for you.

PLUS! Getting one of my Mystery Boxes puts you in the running to win an entire 12 months worth of coaching FREE on top of your current STR subscription (valued at $7,499) 🔥

Click the link and get your own Mystery Box now:

 

5 responses to “This Is Why You’re Fat”

  1. Frances says:

    heart attack on a plate… there’s food there I’ve never seen in my life :-O

  2. Rad says:

    Hi Kat,

    I recently watched a video showing diferent running patterns comparing barefoot running and running with the latest shoes on. Barefoot running uses more of the ball of the foot and shoe running shows a promounced heel strike which interestingly goes missing in the barefoot pattern.

    Ive been trialling barefoot running and the body feels better for it and seem to be able to get more power evenly throughout the body. Ive also noticed that my abs also get a much better workout and are being used in a way that feels far more efficient.

    What are your thoughts about training with the barefoot in mind? And waht are the ways you would encourage people to adopt?

    Cheers,

    Rad

  3. Carla says:

    Ha! I was fat and I never ate any of that kind of food. (It doesn’t even look good!). Who eats this stuff?? Show me photos of rice, pasta, French pastries, sour dough bread, and homemade chocolate chips cookies and you got something. 😉

  4. Kat says:

    I know, pretty gross isn’t it?!

  5. Kat says:

    Hey Rad –

    Barefoot running is great, but only if you already have good core awareness and stability (which I know you do!) Otherwise it could leave you in a lot of pain. Moral of the story? Start with the basics and then work up to barefoot running, and I’d also suggest doing it on sand or grass not a hard track. For just short periods to begin with.