Today we’re talking about working out to avoid burnout, and I know what it’s like to be in burnout – I’ve been there, and it’s not fun! This episode is very much teaching driven with a ton of great tips and tricks to get you in sync with your physiology so you can workout at your best.
Jenni Hulburt has a multifaceted journey, and she learned that the way she was training was a partial cause for her adrenal issues. Because of these issues, she’s realized how important it is for women to learn how to manage their energy in a culture that really supports productivity and constant hustle in workouts and life.
Jenni shares her story of workout to burnout and how it made her shift her mindset into how to adjust as her body dictated rather than just working out intensley every time.
Jenni and I talk about how to move with your cyclical body without depletion and how our cycle mimics nature’s. We talk a bit about the cultural narrative around “more and harder is better” and why that messaging sets women up for overtraining and burnout.
Today we’re talking all about how to “Regain Energy & Get More From Workouts with Less Hustle. I know, your ears just perked up, didn’t they? Okay, men, this is definitely an episode for women, but it doesn’t mean you need to tune out. This could be a great way to understand what is going on with your significant other — or if you’re a trainer or a coach, this information could help as you are working with women! So, I’m sorry you have to listen about that time of the month … but I’m not sorry either 🙂 It’s only natural!
Listen to the full episode to hear:
- How to move with your cyclical body without depletion
- Moving your body in sync with nature and why that’s beneficial
- Symptoms of adrenal issues and why your workouts may feel harder than usual
- What types of cultural and fitness messaging sets women up for overtraining and burnout
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Links Mentioned in Episode
- Jenni’s Website: www.jennihulburt.com
- Connect with Jenni on Instagram @jennihulburt
- Workout Without Burnout Blueprint
- Roar by Stacy Sims
- Wild Power by Alexandra Pope
Jenni Hulburt is a holistic fitness specialist and natural health advocate who helps women live and sweat in sync with nature. She has Bachelors and Masters’ degrees in Exercise Science and a Masters in Sports Psychology.
The WILD Wellness podcast, programs, and products are for women mindfully exploring holistic health and seeking to embody what nature has always modeled – it’s not a sprint, it’s a cycle.
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