35. Overcoming Exercise Addiction – How To Break The Cycle Of Compulsive Movement

Dysfunctional exercise often precedes disordered eating, and is a common trait that often persists even after a healthier relationship with food and body are established. In today’s episode I dive into:

  • What compulsive/addictive exercise actually means
  • How much is too much
  • My own personal experience of combatting exercise addiction and what I did to change my relationship with movement from a negative to a positive one
  • Tips for how to transition away from compulsive exercise habits towards more connected, joyful, mindful movement

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