Crushing Chaos Podcast Episode 23: Kala Rojko
Nearly one-half (49.1%) of adults tried to lose weight within the last 12 months, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS). Half of these people know the terrifying sensation of stepping on a scale and wondering why their way had such a dramatic increase. One of the main problems of trying to lose weight is being held accountable for the food you are consuming in your body and keeping your body active. Today on the Crushing Chaos Podcast Kala Rojko talks about calorie counting as a tool to cost-effectively lose weight.
Kala Rojko is an accountability coach to keep your main goal to prioritize your health. She realizes through her own battles with weight the difficulties that weight loss can present. She had this problem for over a decade gaining the same 25 pounds and working hard to try to keep it off. However, the long-term benefits of weight loss can keep you healthier and more active during the day. When she finally did lose the weight, she felt incredible and more confidence and wanted to share this with others going through similar difficulties. This is how Best Life coaching began.
At Best Life Coaching her main goal was to be a cheerleader to provide the support you need during this time. Also, to provide the structure to help you reach your goal weight and feel that incredible feeling of this battle being under control. Through calorie counting and holding herself accountable, she provides tips and tools for her clients to be able to lose weight without depriving you of the foods that you enjoy. It is all about keeping yourself under control of what you consume inside of your body and realizes what nourishes it. Also, the types of food and drinks that do not so that you can stop consuming them.
Today on the Crushing Chaos Podcast Kala Rojko talks about her battles with weight and how calorie counting has provided success for many of her clients. She states, “I personally like calorie counting, it’s certainly not for everybody but what I love about it is I don’t have to eliminate anything, and I don’t encourage my clients to eliminate anything because it makes them feel bad.” It is about keeping yourself accountable and realize how much you are putting inside your body at a given time. This can mentally be bad for someone who constantly worries about what their eating. It is important to realize that sometimes you will go over and it will fluctuate on other days that you will not. She states, “I think it’s about balance, there is a time in a place to be obsessive about calorie counting and keeping the number at a certain place, but know there will also be days that you won’t have to obsess over it as much.” Mainly it is about pushing past the resistance, knowing that it will be difficult, but it will result in a healthier you.
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Listen more about Kala Rojko's battles with weight loss and her tools on keeping the weight off on the Crushing Chaos Podcast.