Lucy Sewell is a personal trainer and coach, based in Glasgow, who is renowned on social media for her awesome workout videos, epic strength and photos of her ice cream.
Having suffered from anorexia as a teenager, Lucy is now a firm advocate of promoting moderation and balanced lifestyles. She is a former secondly school teacher, turned PT, who strives to help people build healthier, sustainable relationships with food.
In this episode of the Food For Fitness podcast, Lucy explains how her childhood experiences of an eating disorder have had such an impact on how she now eats and trains. She is a firm believer of flexible dieting and has achieved fantastic results with the approach some call IIFYM. Lucy explains why building muscle was one of the most important aspects of her recovery, why she doesn’t care about her bodyfat percentage, the dangers of getting too lean and why the fitness industry can sometimes push people in unhealthy directions.
She chats about her current training program, some of tricks and tactics she uses with her clients in the gym, why flexible dieting is so misunderstood and why so many people forget to embrace what they enjoy!
FFF 021: Flexible Dieting & Building Muscle To Beat An Eating Disorder – with Lucy Sewell is a post from: Food For Fitness