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Maren Morris' Trainer Has Just the Tricks to Bust You Out of Your Workout Rut–and They're Relatable AF


Much like with all of her clients, “I want her to try to enjoy the journey and not stress over it,” she explains of the new mom to 9-month-old son Hayes, who excels at push-ups and leg day. “Because stress, for one, adds weight to you, and it doesn’t help the situation at all. She’s staying consistent and it’s paying off.”

That’s why Erin’s diet advice is far more relatable than you might expect from someone whose abs you can count. Though she recommends saving starches for earlier in the day so your body can burn them off rather than store them, the rest is a pretty gentle nudge to try to eat clean most of the time. 

“My goal with my clients, I tell them, ‘Look, go enjoy it,'” she explained “Life is about living a healthy balanced lifestyle and that’s occasionally overindulging. You know what? The world didn’t end if you ate a big fat cheeseburger and a bunch of fries and a milkshake. You don’t need to go take a cleanse. You don’t have to starve yourself. It’s okay to get right back on track.” 



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