VIDEO: "What should I eat AFTER I train???"

Now you know what you should eat BEFORE you train, but what should you eat AFTER?

Hey everyone Kori with Train Like A Girl here where I help busy moms was up to 15 pounds of six weeks without spending hours in the gym or going on any restrictive fad diets.

So before we get started with one of the biggest questions that I get about nutrition, I want to ask if you like this video and then the information in it to make sure you hit the subscribe button below. This way you will get all the latest latest training information on nutrition and fitness.

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VIDEO: Your Green Smoothie Might Be Why You Are Gaining Weight!

Believe it or not even though your green smoothies can be very healthy. They could also be the reason why you're gaining weight!


Hey, everyone Kori with Train Like A Girl here where I help busy moms lose up to 15 pounds in six weeks without spending hours in the gym or restrictive fad diets.

Before I get started into how you green smoothie could be the reason why you're gaining weight I want to ask them if you like this video and the information in it to make sure you hit the subscribe button below so that you get all the latest information on fitness and nutrition.

So let's get to it!

Everyone knows that green smoothies can be a healthy and great way to get not only a meal in but all your veggies for that one day in. But just as they can be super healthy, they can also pack a lot of calories in just one shake.

So how do we stop that from happening?

It's all about the steps you take in making that that smoothie.

When I make my smoothies I always start off with with the liquid. Most of time I use water but I do use sometimes almond milk or cashew milk.

Next I move on to the veggies. You can't go wrong with with spinach. And then I also throw in some carrots just to get some extra vitamins and nutrients.

Next I knew my protein powder. Now if you're not big on protein powder or you don't want to use it, that's perfectly fine.

After that, I put in my my fruit. I tend to go with bananas because it makes a little bit more creamy and frozen berries to also get that sweetness and to give it the consistency I want for the smoothie.

And then last but not least. I you I added my fats or extra add-ins. Now this is where it gets tricky and this is where a lot of the calories can add up very fast. So when you're adding in your fats or other extras, you want to make sure that you limit it to one.

Sometimes do about a quarter to a half of an avocado or 1 to 2 teaspoons of chia seeds depending on the day. You can also use nut butters or something of that sort, but this is where you want to make sure you don't add in too much.

I've seen it time and time, I've done it time and time again to many adding too many high-calorie ingredients to your healthy green smoothie and before you know it it you you end up with a smoothie that's a 1000, 1500 or even 2,000 calories.

That's a lot!

I mean I get it there's there healthy foods, right? Some of them are even considered super-foods. We have to remember even these healthy super foods contain calories and a lot of them in such a small serving.

So you need to watch out how much you put in.

Again, I suggest one either fat or extra add ins.

Hope this helps when you're making your green smoothies, but if you want a simple way to make sure your green smoothies don't contribute to you gaining weight, make sure you download my Train Like A Girl Clean & Lean Shake Guide.

In it I go step by step on how to make your smoothies and everything that you need to put in it to make sure you're getting a great nutritious healthy smoothie but not putting so much into it that you have a full day's worth of calories in one shake.

Lastly if you feel like this information is helpful and would like more make sure you hit the subscribe button below and please feel free to leave a comment below about what you put in your smoothies and don't forget to hit the thumbs up.

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VIDEO - What should I eat BEFORE training???

This is a question I get a lot from moms and women who want to train but are either scared to eat before training or just don’t know what to eat before training.

Check out my video below to find out the answer to what to eat BEFORE you train!!


So this is the biggest question, believe it or not, I get about nutrition.

Hey everyone Kori with Train Like A Girl here where I help busy moms was up to 15 pounds of six weeks without spending hours in the gym or going on any restrictive fad diets.

So before we get started with one of the biggest questions that I get about nutrition, I want to ask if you like this video and then the information in it to make sure you hit the subscribe button below. This way you will get all the latest latest training information on nutrition and fitness.

So the biggest question I get about nutrition is What do I eat before I train?

There is a lot of information out there and a lot of people want to make it seem like it's so complicated. You know, you should eat this amount, you know X amount of minutes before you train. Then you have to eat this and you have to eat that. It's not really that complicated.

It's not complicated at all.

So what should you eat?

Whatever meal is planned that day before your training session.

So if you if you're planning out your week and you plan what you are going to have for lunch and you are going to be training mid-afternoon and lunch. You know that you're gonna have you know Chicken salad, and you know an apple then that's what you have.

A lot of people want to make it seem so complicated that you have to have all these ingredients. But really you just need to have fuel.

So one of the things that I always tell people all my clients is pick your lean protein and pick your veggie and if you want some fruit in there. That's perfectly fine. But The lean protein and the veggie. Those are the two things that you want.

Now if you're training first thing in the morning, the last thing you want to do is try to get up extra early to get in a meal. So I always tell my clients pick something that you know is gonna sit well in your stomach but also get you through your training session. I also make want to make sure that they have a great dinner beforehand especially if you're training about five six o'clock in the morning.

So now along with “What should I eat before I train?” I also get the question is well how far in advance do I need or what's the time between eating and training?

Simple answer... Whatever works for you.

I know people who can eat a six-course meal get up from that table and go have an intense training session.

That is not me.

I know people that need at least two hours between eating and training.

I myself about one hour to one and a half hours. Depending on what my training is.

But I will say try not to go more than two and a half hours between eating your meal and training.

So I hope this helps when you're planning your your meals for next week or and so on and your meals before your training.

I would love to know what do you eat before you train?

So make sure you comment below and tell me also make sure you watch out for the Video for next week is what should I eat After I train?

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VIDEO: 15 min FAT BLASTER Workout!

Some days I only have 15-20 minutes to get a workout in.

Here is a quick video of a 15 min Fat Blaster workout I do on those days.

All you need is a couple pieces of equipment and 15 minutes and you too can get this great workout in!!


Kori Bliffert
VIDEO: My Journey: Update 8/17/18

I have made some major changes to my training and nutrition over the past 3 weeks and it has paid off!!!

I've lost 10 pounds in the last 6 weeks and I feel better then I have in a long time.

Watch the video below to see how I have changed things and why GLUTEN was one of the major changes!!!

VIDEO: My Training From 8/4/18 - 6 ft of space and minimal equipment!

I have had a lot of busy moms tell me that they just don't have the time to go to a gym to get their training done.

I mean think about it.

You have to drive there, get yourself ready, get your workout in, get your stuff together, drive home and then clean yourself up.

All that can take up to 2 hours depending on how far away you live from the gym.

Plus...what if you need to bring your kids so they can go in the daycare or even have to drop them off somewhere???

That can add another 30-45 min!

Sometimes it is just NOT doable.

Well this past Saturday I couldn't get to the gym but I knew I had to get my training in some how. So, I found about 6 ft in our garage (that's literally all I had because we are cleaning our house out right now, "Spring cleaning" at the end of summer and everything is going in the garage!) I had 2 Kettlebells, a set of dumbbells and a workout bench.

And you know what???

I had a FANTASTIC workout!!!

Here is a video of what I did. I wanted to post this to show you don't need much to get your training in but to also give you ideas on what you can do at home! :)

Kori Bliffert