Nutrition Real Talk with Kristin Kaschak – Harder to Kill Radio #104 |

Nutrition & Fitness Real Talk with Kristin Kaschak – Harder to Kill Radio 104

Time for some nutrition and fitness real talk with Nutritional Therapy Practitioner and CrossFit coach Kristen Kaschak of The Girl With the Butter. We chat about food and exercise as punishment versus a chance to expand and grow.

Nutrition Real Talk with Kristin Kaschak – Harder to Kill Radio #104 |

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About Kristin Kaschak

Kristin Kaschak started her health journey back in 2009 when she was introduced to CrossFit. Despite working for New Jersey’s largest craft beer distributor, she started changing her habits and changing her life. When she learned about a real food way of eating, things really kicked off in a positive way.  Now in her 30s, she’s happier in my skin, healthier, stronger, and have more vitality that she ever has.

Kristin’s own transformation spurred her to dive into deepening her own nutrition education. It eventually lead her earn her Nutritional Therapy Practitioner certification in 2014 from the Nutritional Therapy Association (NTA). She’s also a CHEK Holistic Lifestyle Certified Coach, a CrossFIT Level 2 Trainer, Poliquin Institute BioSignature Practitioner, and a Certified BirthFIT Coach.

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  1. I love the conversation of exercise as punishment or a “chance to grow”. Too often people come at exercise as a thing they “need” to do, or “should” be doing, or “have” to be doing to reach a certain goal, but that can be a less than motivating mindset to come from. If we embrace exercise as something because we love our bodies, and want to do something good for it then we have a much better shot at sticking with an exercise routine.

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