Ok Dear Reader. I’m about to break a couple rules, here.

You all know I’m not here to preach. I mentioned in the Q&A video I did with Gus and Michaela that you shouldn’t trust me. By that, I meant that nobody should take anybody else’s word for gospel, including mine. Everything that comes out of my mouth is filtered through my perspective, after all. I’m not here to dump my worldview on you, nor attempt to convince you that it’s better than yours. *shudders* God, no.

You also know I’m not a fitness blogger. Despite the fact that staying active and eating well are both significant elements of my personal lifestyle, I’ve never written on CiC about my fitness journey to any extent beyond mentioning The Morning Pump™ a couple of times. There are two reasons for this. First: CiC is not a fitness blog. Plain and simple. Second: I never wanted my readers to misinterpret any discussion about working out and clean eating as me rubbing my lifestyle choices into their eyeballs. Like I said, I’m not here to preach.

But you done changed the game, Dear Reader. You see, you showed me a different perspective– YOUR perspective– and in turn, you changed my mind. (And God, I love ya for it.)

Your host of awesome questions regarding health and fitness in college made me reconsider whether or not I could talk about what I’ve learned over my fitness journey without it qualifying as “advice.” I can tell you what I’ve learned. I can show you what OTHERS have learned. We can have a big online pool party (minus the booze and floaties) where we share ideas about how to get the most out of a quick workout between classes and how to dine like kings and queens on a staving student budget without turning CiC into a fitness blog! You insipred me to take on a new challenge, DR. And that’s why we’re here today.

I am super DUPER excited to announce that TODAY we’re kicking off CiC’s first ever blog post-video series:

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Over the next two weeks, you’ll be getting answers to all your questions regarding health and fitness in college– and NOT JUST FROM ME! (This is the part I’m REALLY excited about.) You/we will also be hearing from some of the coolest fitness bloggers in the game. They’re going to share their wonderful alternative perspectives with us on how to strong freshman year and all throughout college.

The 5 guaranteed videos/posts you’ll see are:

  1. My College Fitness Journey (FF2FC Kick-Off Video)

  2. Tips to Avoid the Freshman 15

  3. How to Eat Healthfully in College

  4. So You Want to go to the Gym for the First Time…

  5. Getting in a Healthy Routine and STICKING TO IT

The first item on that list, “My Fitness Journey into College (FF2FC Kick-Off Video),” is already hot and ready to go 😉 So click play, enjoy, and don’t miss a moment of Turning the Freshman 15 into the Freshman Clean! Follow CiC via e-mail, “Like” CiC on Facebook, and “Subscribe” to CiC on YouTube to not fall behind.

Coming soon…

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A big, warm thank you to all the Dear Readers who sent in questions regarding health and fitness at ask.fm/cathincollege. You guys were the inspiration for this series, and I hope I can deliver all that you’re looking for and more!

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Want to contribute some tips of your own? I’d love to hear ’em! Send me a direct line at cathincollege [at] gmail [dot] com.

In all that’s love and fitspo ~ Cath

 

Written by Catherine Goetze

Catherine Goetze www.cathincollege.com Find me on social media! Facebook: www.facebook.com/cathincollege Twitter: @catherinegoetze Instagram: @catherinegoetze SnapChat: @catherinegoetze Contact me: cathincollege@gmail.com

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