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Ep220: Den Sweet Spot bei Autoimmunerkrankungen finden und Sport treiben mit Andrea Wool

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In this episode, Tina chats with Andrea Wool about finding the „Sweet Spot“ for exercise when dealing with an autoimmune disease or other chronic illness. Andrea emphasizes the importance of listening to your body and focusing on an individualized approach. She also provides guidance on how to effectively exercise while being mindful of potential autoimmune conditions and associated symptoms.

Andrea discusses:

  • Her experience with autoimmune diseases and fitness
  • Finding the Sweet Spot with training
  • The connection between autoimmunity and stress
  • Symptoms of overtraining and exercise intolerance
  • How to better listen to your body
  • Why the fitness industry has a messaging problem
  • The best types of exercises to prioritize
  • How to personalize your fitness approach

Connect with Tina Haupert:
https://carrotsncake.com/
Facebook: Carrots and Cake
Instagram: Carrots ‚N‘ Cake
Youtube: Tina Haupert
Pinterest: Carrots ‚N‘ Cake Hormone Tests and Nutrition Coaching

About Tina Haupert:

Tina Haupert is the owner of Carrots ‚N‘ Cake, as well as a certified nutrition coach and Functional Diagnostic Nutrition Practitioner (FDN-P).

Tina and her team use functional testing and a personalized nutrition approach to help women find balance in their diet while achieving their body composition goals.

Connect with Andrea Wool:

Website: www.getautoimmunestrong.com
Email: info@getautoimmunestrong.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/autoimmunestrong
Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/autoimmunestrong/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/getautoimmunestrong/

About Andrea Wool:

Andrea Wool is a personal trainer and the founder of Autoimmune Strong, the first online fitness program designed specifically for people with autoimmune diseases. She has helped thousands of individuals learn how to reduce their autoimmune flares through movement so they can feel strong and confident in their bodies.


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