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Trust

Sean Lerwill Female Training

When you are in the grips of an eating disorder, you trust nothing but said eating disorder. I did not trust anyone else to cook my meals. I did not trust supermarket foods to actually contain the weight they specified on the packet, so would weigh everything I put on my plate, even when taken…

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What is too much training?

Sean Lerwill Female Training

When I was in the grips of the bulimic stage of my eating disorder, I was at university. I would hit the gym twice a day, every single day, with the goal to burn off as many calories as I could. I would run for as long as I had the energy, then power walk,…

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Goal Prioritisation

kate braithwaite maxinutrition

Recently, I’ve had to have a rethink and reshuffle of some of my goals. I’ve been thinking a lot about some of Sean’s previous posts, where he’s talked about goal prioritisation and that the key to success is to be truly honest with yourself. So I’ve been honest with myself, and now I’m going to…

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Redefining normal

kate braithwaite maxinutrition

I think it’s really important to surround ourselves with the right people. During the latter years of my eating disorder, I lived alone. I had a job that paid well and I valued my independence, but living alone meant that some of my obscure eating habits went unnoticed and became ‘normal’. No one was around…

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Food and the Fitness Industry

kate braithwaite maxinutrition

Hello, I’m Rosie, and I’m going to be doing a few posts here on Sean’s blog. I will probably talk about all sorts of things, as my brain can be very random and go off on tangents, but the main purpose behind my blogs will be to bring some awareness to eating disorders. To help…

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