It happens often: I will have a conversation with women about cycle syncing in my DM's, they will teeter with the idea of it but because of life or whatever circumstances they push it off.
Fast forward to a few weeks later and I receive a heart wrenching voice memo that their period is so painful, they are done with the debilitating cramps and need to actually take the plunge into cycle syncing.
Which begs the question: when is a good time to begin cycle syncing?
My answer: like, yesterday!
And that isn't to make you feel behind, no no no!
However, it makes no sense to wait any longer because:
what you do RIGHT NOW in this cycle (in terms of syncing your food, fitness and managing stress etc) affects what your NEXT PERIOD is going to look like. When women DM me for help right then and there about their painful periods I only have a few suggestions because the work truly begins 3 weeks prior.
Cycle syncing is like building up a STELLAR savings account of HEALTH for our future. Yes, we have many menstruating years. However, it's crucial to support our cycle while we are in them to prevent post menopausal diseases or other conditions
Aren't you exhausted from trying out different diet and fitness plans that go against our cycle? Aren't you tired of feeling like you can't be consistent with a diet? Aren't you ready to have a fitness regimen that takes your energy POWERHOUSE (your cycle) into account so you can ACTUALLY achieve consistent results?!
GIRL, IT'S TIME.
And I want to be transparent, there are a few circumstances for women where you may not be able to begin cycle syncing...
Pregnant women: you are no longer going through the four phases when you are pregnant so cycle syncing is not necessary! However, if you are TTC, cycle syncing is a SUREFIRE way to become a fertile myrtle.
Postpartum: ideally you would begin cycle syncing when you are at least 3-6 months PP and have a few consistent periods under your belt (which breastfeeding could affect).
Birth Control: KIND OF a reason not to, but not really. Depending on what BC you are on affects whether you are ovulating or not. If you are not ovulating you are not having a true period on BC which means you're not going through the four phases. BUT I am always welcoming women on BC into my courses and mentorship to help prepare their body to transition off the pill and practice what it's like to sync their habits and life to their cycle.
So are you ready?!
My signature program, Feed Your Phase, is for women wanting to learn how to track her (whole) cycle, sync her food + fitness with it, have a simple yet practical daily to-do list of habits that support her hormones and an unshakeable mindset going out into the world.
Feed Your Phase has helped hundreds of women completely rid themselves of cramps, bloating, PMS mood swings + cravings, guilt, stress + more.
It's the only program out there that breaks down your cycle and it's phases in a way that doesn't feel like you're in health class or a doctors office(I like to use Sex & the City characters instead).
You will leave this 4 week course feeling empowered, well equipped and seeing the world in a way you NEVER have before (all while experiencing life changing results)
Inside you get:
4 module lessons
64 cycle syncing friendly recipes
Feed Your Phase tracking journal
Cheat sheets to use on the GO
BONUS CONTENT including how to Feed Your Phase during the summer season, fall and holiday season.
And when you sign up you have the option to receive a VIP 60 min call with ME (to customize this info to YOUR unique life) for $80 OFF.
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