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66. The Body Type Series: All About Endomorphs!

by megan dahlman
August 25, 2020

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The Body Type Series: All About Endomorphs!

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[Most Popular Re-Release!] Coming full circle in our body typing series, we finally come to the Endomorph body type!

An Endomorph is naturally more broad and thick than the other body types, even at their absolute fittest. They excel at powerlifting and weightlifting in general, usually dominating the other body types at Olympic lifting competitions and even the Crossfit games. But the Endomorph has some metabolic challenges to overcome to be their healthiest and fittest self. 

On this episode, you're going to learn all about:

  • Insulin response and carb tolerance,
  • Why we end up with Ecto's and Meso's thinking they're an Endo instead, 
  • Healthy vs. Unhealthy Endomorphs, 
  • How to train and eat in order to "prime the fat-burning pump", 
  • And why you might not need to know your exact body type to see real results. 


At the end of this episode, we'll be answering these questions from some listeners:

  1. "What if I don't know what my type is, but I do have some goals...what should I do?" 
  2. "Is somatotyping similar to blood typing for fat loss?" 
  3. "Can I still see results and have success if I don't eat and train perfectly for my body type?" 


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Trainer, nutrition coach, and Christian mom — in a culture that’s obsessed with “gym-selfies” and a number on the scale, I’m passionate about helping moms discover what it feels like to actually love their bodies and thrive in them.
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