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Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.60%. The average number of likes per post is 80 and the average number of comments is 5.
22.08% of the followers that engaged with l.i.f.e._tribe regularly are from United States, followed by Japan at 5.19% and Canada at 5.19%. In summary, the top 5 countries of l.i.f.e._tribe's posts engager are coming from United States, Japan, Canada, Germany, Australia.
L.i.f.e._tribe loves posting about Health & Fitness.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR L.I.F.E._TRIBE
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF L.I.F.E._TRIBE
- United States 22.08 %
- Japan 5.19 %
- Canada 5.19 %
- Germany 5.19 %
- Australia 5.19 %
It took me a LONG time to learn the value of taking care of me. I'm at a wellness resort outside of Scottsdale, Arizona rn, and I can tell you, in a million years I wouldn't have done this for myself years ago. I would have said I'm too busy. I would have said I can't afford this. I would have said there are plenty of other things I want to do. I'm immersed right now but I do a form of this every single day- in a short workout, in quick meditations, in meal planning and eating something that's gonna do right for my body before inhaling sugar, in recommitting to my self-awareness in mini moments so I can communicate better, love better and honestly... That little bit over time is what's really made me. My job as a coach reminds me, and refocuses me, and holds me accountable to that little bit EVERY DAY. I know we all know the airplane analogy... You put your mask on first, before anybody else. Coaching is the flight attendant reminding me of that on the daily. And the added bonus, I'm paid for it. Excited to link up with G in Denver tomorrow but for now, closing this retreat weekend with some sound healing... YEAH. SOUND HEALING. Who am I?! 👉A freaking coach.
To the girl calorie and macro counting ❤️ To the girl coping with body dysmorphia ❤️ To the girl working her ass off and sitting at a plateau ❤️ To the girl that wants to quit tying her worthiness to productivity ❤️ To the girl that is trying every day to look in her own eyes in the mirror and really love what she sees unconditionally ❤️ You, my woman are also strong AF and tho things don't look perfect, tho they can feel hard as shit and like you're on a hamster wheel, the fact that you keep trying is an incredible special rarity. I promise you the things you are fighting thru now are leading you to your next move, which makes you better, more loving and more whole. I feel you. I see you. I know you. And I love you and your fight. #theinsidetransformationistheonethatmatters
This guy ❤️ He da best. My biggest damn cheerleader. But, he ain't no dummy. And when we started dating and he learned I was a coach, he wanted to understand. Because he knows I ain't no dummy either 😉 Let me preface this all by telling you that G works for the financial crimes division of a bank. So when I broke this down for him, he wanted to know EVERYTHING. What I did on the daily and how I did it. What tools and services I provide. The compensation plan. The structure and history of the company. He had all the same questions most people do, I for sure did, before I took the leap. It didn't take a whole lot of time for him to be 120% in my corner. And this was well before he CRUSHED a 30-day kickboxing program with me and he was my +1 on our annual gifted trip (for those of us that pour out hearts in) He got it. He understood that this isn't a little Hail Mary, ask my friends to do me a favor... That's laughable. I'm ALL-IN on making a difference in people's lives. And I'm freaking PROUD of what I do in giving people a way to ACTUALLY be healthier and loved on and a part of something that solidifies that for them long term. I'm working on myself so I can love those people better and better. I earn every penny based on what I DO. I have a mentor that leads me, provides support and trainings. And I'm compensated accordingly for the level of support, trainings and leadership I provide to MY tribe. Just as a boss would earn more than an entry level employee. The difference... That entry level employee is rewarded for their hustle. They don't have to wait for an annual raise. Or cap out eventually in their field. That person that decides to rock the hell out at their job as a coach helping people make REAL CHANGE, could very well out earn me. And girlfriend, with the MILLIONS of people on this planet that need their HEALTH to live, and wanna feel happy and energetic in their life... I'm only 1 person. I have a finite amount of energy and resources I can feasibly offer up. Which is why we freaking NEED people that care about people that wanna provide for themselves and their families in this way.
It's not easy but it's worth it 🙌 Here's my philosophy with things I really want in my life... I'm gonna do the hard thing as long as it's DOABLE. I'll do it the right way but I need to make it as easy on myself as I can so I have a fighting chance. I'm sure that's why so many of us have seen success here. Swipe left ❤️ 👉We couldn't live how we were living anymore. 👉We were ready for change. 👉We need it in a realistic way. There was no easier way for me to learn and be totally supported in implementing TRULY healthier, balanced nutrition. I wasn't about to spend $100/week with a nutritionist that I didn't click with that basically just handed me a meal plan and told me a couple facts in our session. I needed a better, easier way to understand that didn't require me to count all the time. I needed to be able to eat a cookie and not feel like I completely sabotaged my life. I needed someone to talk to at 6:45p on a Tuesday when I was about to go HAM on my pantry. I needed focus every day, not just the day I met with that person. I needed kind of the therapy-ish end of it where I was actually working thru binge eating issues. And I got all that. I fought to apply it every day but I understood exactly what to do, and the women around me day in and day out were doing it. That was incentive to make shit happen. Hard but doable. If change is easy, it's not true change and it's definitely robbing you of the pride you're entitled to for fighting thru something hard and meaningful to you. I realize now, nothing is more meaningful to me than learning how to and treating my body and myself better, kinder, more lovingly. We all feel that. Because without it, we don't feel as great. Not just physically but mentally. 👇👇👇
Fall, I love you. But ya girl needs some sea + sun too. T minus 2 days until spa retreat weekend. T minus 2 months until tribe beach weekend. ❤️❤️❤️ #workhardplayhard
I thought there was something wrong with me. I mean, I had grown up to believe that most people didn't really enjoy their job but they put their head down and worked to support themselves. But, I knew myself. I knew I was a generally positive person. So the level of how miserable I was kind of shocked me. And also completely sucked the life out of me because I felt like I had no other options. It was just day in and day out of massive anxiety and no hope in sight. The small glimmer of hope I started to feel with the effects of taking care of myself more regularly, as hard as that was to do with my insane schedule, made me realize... I can't do this to myself anymore. At that point, I wasn't actively coaching to leave my job as a neurophysiologist but I was actively coaching to give myself an escape and positive outlet. Fast forward to today, where the Sunday scaries that used to paralyze me, give me thru the roof anxiety and Monday morning commute tears has been replaced with a ton of shit I love to do that sets me up for a kick ass week ahead. These mini-moments of my life that exist consistently now that have WAY improved the quality of my life: 👉Lazy morning in bed with G, NO TECH 👉 'Yoga for Runners' On Demand - my hammies were in heaven 🙌 👉10 min. meditation On Demand. I can't really verbally define feeling "centered" but this was it right here. 👉A recorded tribe training that fired me the EFF up on living my best freaking life. Excitement about my life and my job? YES PLEASE. 👉I got to recognize a new leader with our tribe and celebrate a veteran coach and bestie for hitting a HUGE goal. Goosebumps. Being a part of giving somebody one of the most important pieces of their life - there is no feeling like this. 👉Catch up call with our 21 day squad was 🔥 today. We're in it with each other and celebrating new babies, an upcoming wedding, 5 months of progress and just talkign LIFE with people that are on your wavelength... ❤️❤️❤️ 👉A manageable plan laid out for the week 👉Leeeeeeeeeeeeeisurely bath 👉Actually getting pretty and doing my hair and makeup 😍 And 👉Tuesday through Sunday I do what I want. 👇
I'm coming up on 6 years 👀👀 That's mind blowing to me. I feel like I share this a fair amount and I don't wanna be a Debbie Downer but in staying true to the mission in my heart of de-stigmatizing mental illness and being devoted to helping people know they aren't alone and supported in finding LIFE again... I'm 99.9% sure that had I not experienced Beachbody, I would not be here. I really think I would have had more than two suicide attempts. And one of them very well may have been successful. I really believe this because I was sinking lower and lower with every passing year. And something that fucking infuriates me is the stigma and hater mob mentality that exists around this company that saved my damn life. A company that has given me a fighting chance at getting fitter under time constraints, under budget constraints. A company that gave me FULL nutritional tools that made healthy realistic for me, and helped me drastically improve medical issues I'd struggled with for DECADES. A company that gave me an opportunity to be paid for being ME and pouring my SOUL into giving all resources, accountability, guidance and love to women that need REAL positive change. This is such an incredibly special thing. Our team gets to do more than just inspire and provide hope, which in itself is pretty fucking awesome - we back it up with tangible ways to get you where you want to be if you lean in with us. Now, there are bad eggs EVERYWHERE, and anyone that wants to can be "a coach" but you can't judge every person you meet based on 1 or 2 interactions you've had in your past. Maybe not even with THAT person. People have bad days, people also change a LOT. But, vibes don't lie. Energy doesn't lie. The resources have gotten hundreds of thousands of people results, and the coaches out there that really care, they are overdelivering on value to you that you are not going to find even with spending $100 an hour with a personal coach or nutritionist. I'm gonna get off my soapbox because those of you that actually read what I have to say aren't the ones who really need to hear this so, I'll end in saying...
You know that saying "hurt people hurt people"? I was causing a WORLD of hurt through pretty much all of my 20's. Anyone who was in the inner circle in my life at that time can attest to it - and I thank Jesus for those people that gently stood by as Cyclone Alicia rolled through. I was TOXIC. I mean I wasn't waking up every day saying, "I wanna make someone feel like shit today", but when YOU wake up every day feeling like shit and are struggling SO effing hard in your life, it becomes an extension of who you are. I lived in this dichotomy for so long. And when you're a good person and have a big old "FUCK YOU" attitude hanging over your head, you feel completely out of alignment with who you are and that's a TOUGH place to live. I was so far gone, with so many issues in different areas - my self esteem, my relationships, my career, how I felt physically - I had no clue where to begin, and frankly I was so long, I didn't have the motivation. I was sinking. I remember crying in the bathroom at my engagement party. That was my moment. Prosecco shitfaced, I made the choice to do SOMETHING to address my physical health. 3 months later, I was still playing the "these foods are good, these foods are bad, and I'm bad if I have these foods" game, but I was doing SOMETHING consistently that was actually healthy for me - 25 min. workouts. Balanced meal plans that I was mostly following with more vegetables than my norm. A community that I bitched and moaned to about how tired and sore I was and how life was steam rolling me. But I stayed thru with these people and I lost almost 25 lbs. I was starting to do things that a previous me NEVER would have done and enjoyed - a boudoir photoshoot, walking around in a bikini at a Mexican resort with all of mine and my ex-husbands friends and family and EATING in that bikini!, I was shopping for clothes and not crying in dressing rooms. I felt better. I had a lot more to figure out at that point but not even CLOSE to that crippling depressive feeling. My hair was growing in. I wasn't getting sick as often. I had a little more confidence and that was a start.
This pic is def NOT from the last few weeks 🙄 Relationships are fucking HARD. Knowing this stuff I'm gonna share doesn't make them any easier. Applying this stuff can make them easier. Trying these things over and over again will DEF make them easier. And I know I gotta try even though it's hard AF. I'm going thru a shitstorm right now. Personally feeling the weight of "falling short/not enough" across the board in my goddamn life right now. We're going on like 3 days of silent treatment and I know it's my choice to put these into action just as much as it's anyone else's. I hope these can help you if you're struggling with a relationship too👇 #1 REMEMBER: People want to feel important and special. And we naturally WANT to do that for people we love. #2 Don't make assumptions about what someone is going thru or how they're feeling. Say "I really want to know what's going on. I notice when ____ happens = a shift, a change for you. What does that feel like? What are you going thru?" Ask questions without giving it a negative label. #3 Avoid negative labels. Just hear the person. "Hey I notice you're getting pissed..." NO. This primes someone to be defensive. Instead... "I notice that there's a lot going on .... How's that making you feel?" And then acknowledge what they say. Hear it. Don't try to fix it or change it or debate it. "I can totally understand how you would feel like that" offer them the space to be heard. Period. Make a note to yourself to talk later... "I was considering your feelings regarding x, y, z... I wondered if you'd considered..." #4 Timing is everything. Solve the problem when you have the best opportunity to be heard. #5 Keep your friends and family out of it. Your POV is ALWAYS one sided. And they will remember long after you've moved thru. Also, if they aren't experts on the matter, they can't help you anyway and what we're really doing is just seeking validation which isn't something that helps us long term. THER 👏 A 👏 PY. Keep reading for 6-8 👇👇👇
𝘏𝘦𝘳𝘦'𝘴 𝘵𝘩𝘦 𝘵𝘳𝘶𝘵𝘩: If I'm hungry and I don't have a plan, I'm always gonna go for the carby quesadilla, or handful of M+Ms. My propensity for carbs will always be there. I would never not gravitate toward sweets and bread. But I don't because I know better. And I feel better. Carbs aren't bad for you. But when we have them out of balance with other food groups in our day, we're gonna continue to crave + feel unsatisfied, and maybe headachy, bloaty. Because carbs break down to sugar, so similar effects as if you were eating cookies all day. Carbs in balance rock because they give us energy. Particularly for our brain, where other fuel sources like protein and fats don't fulfill as effectively. Don't believe me? See the article referenced in the comments below. I also don't "must-have" blinders-on crave breads and sweets when I'm not inundating my body with them. Sugar is like cocaine. Dopamine overload. The more you have the more you want. Addicting properties. So here's how I roll for 75/25 of my life... 👉I plan out my week according to intuitive eating BALANCE (Spoiler alert: intuitive eating doesn't mean you don't have a plan!) Some days are crazier than others, some days I DO WORK in my workout and am hungrier, some days my water intake isn't as ideal as I'd like - so if I want a snack between my meals, I go for veggies, maybe protein - after I give myself a chance to see if the veggies satisfied me. Because I know that I'm getting what I need from my carbs already planned for the day and I don't exacerbate that crave reflex. You guys... My days are so insane during the week that I WELCOME having a plan I don't have to think about, and that I know will keep me headache free/sicky feeling free so I can bang out the shit I need to do, even if I haven't fully meal prepped. Also, the philosophy I follow (and guide thru!) is SUPER easy to learn and allows for flexibility when I'm traveling, life craziness, treats etc. Game changer. My best advice: planned eats so you don't get starving, and if you are starving on a rando day (and generally are good about balance in your life) go for the veggies.
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