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65. The Body Type Series: All About Mesomorphs!

by megan dahlman
August 18, 2020

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The Body Type Series: All About Mesomorphs!

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[Most Popular Re-Release!] I remember being called "man arms" in high school. I had a square, boyish figure, and was naturally athletic. But it never felt feminine, and I spent a large portion of my life trying to train and eat my muscles away. Until I found out God designed me as a mesomorph. 

A Mesomorph is naturally muscular and compact. Think of soccer players, bodybuilders and sprinters. They pack on muscle easily, have a relatively easy time controlling body fat levels, have a medium to large bone structure and tend to be naturally strong. When they slim down, their muscles really “pop”.

On today's episode we'll talk about:

  • Healthy vs. Unhealthy Meso's
  • Why some meso's falsely assume they're an Endomorph
  • The one nutrition component that can be manipulated to maximize a meso's body
  • Training styles that meso's truly excel at
  • The aspect of fitness that meso's should never neglect
  • The ecto-meso hybrid and the endo-meso hybrid

    Resources from this episode:
  1. Mesomorph Meal Plan (Four full weeks!) 
  2. The Strong Mommas Coaching Program - Come join us today!
  3. Article: Eating Right For Your Body Type
  4. Article: Embracing Your Design 
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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