Is your duty belt shrinking? Although weight loss fits into the physical health category, I think it deserves a special mention because I get asked about it a lot.
Weight gain is common for first responders. Between sitting for long periods of time (e.g. patrolling in a vehicle, writing reports at a desk, etc.), confusing the h*** out of our bodies with shift work (is it daytime or nighttime right now?!), and all the extra cortisol running through our veins from "fight or flight" responses.. the odds are stacked against us. ⠀⠀⠀⠀
But weight loss is difficult. Diets feels like deprivation and exercise routines feel like torture. And, chances are, you'll gain the weight back after all of that struggle anyway.
The truth is that you will always struggle if you don't first manage your limiting beliefs about weight loss. You will never become that person who WANTS to eat healthy or exercise. So, if you don't like the results you have in your life, then you need to work on your mindset.
The good news is that everyone is capable of losing weight (yes, even you) once they get their mind right.
You can lose weight stress-free and permanently. I can help you.