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Release Date: 05/17/2021

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Connect with Erin: @CoachingbyErin

https://www.instagram.com/coachingbyerin/

https://www.erinbogdan.com/ 

 

Connect with Jordan:

https://www.instagram.com/jgofitlife

 

Apply to be a part of my Body Confident Blueprint coaching program: https://www.jgofitlife.com/bcb-waitlist 

Meet Erin: 

- Erin is a self love and confidence coach who joined BCB to heal her relationship with food.

- Since joining BCB, she’s been able to find balance and level up through understanding macros and listening to what her body needs. 

Biggest Food Struggle Before BCB?

- Not knowing what to do or where to start. Erin held a lot of limiting beliefs around food that were holding her back. 

- She was eating less than she was supposed to, and was used to living life with restriction. 

She didn’t want to start another diet, so how did she get over that? 

- She was hesitant at first about using My Fitness Pal again, but it all comes down to the “why”. It’s about education, not restriction. She was able to move forward from a place of empowerment and let go of the need to lose weight. 

- Being vulnerable and letting go is part of the journey, even though it’s a group coaching program, J.Go has been supporting and present the entire time. 

- The program is unique to every person, and Erin could decide what works best for her.

- When she was feeling triggered, she learned to recognize that part of herself. The part that’s hurting is the part that needs love. 

- She built her routine and is now in the practice of radically taking care of herself. 

How was the experience throughout BCB? Biggest wins during the program? 

- Finding the balance between being a mom and an entrepreneur. 

- Establishing a routine. 

- Prioritizing movement.

What do you feel makes BCB different from anything you’ve tried in the past? 

- Tailored to you and what you want to get out of it. Everyone has different intentions. 

- The support is huge. It’s group coaching, but we still have one on one access to Jordan.

- It’s not all black and white. This program helped go back to the basics.