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Losing 100 Pounds with Corinne

Author: Corinne Crabtree

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Tired of starting your diet over every Monday and ending up at the drive-thru by Wednesday? Have you ever thought, "I know what to do I just don't know WHY I don't do it?"

If that's you then you need Corinne who lost 100lbs. She gets what it is like to be overweight and feel defeated. She did a complete mental and physical transformation and teaches you how to do the EXACT same thing.

In this podcast, we don’t focus on doing things that lead to yo-yo dieting, like counting calories, weight watchers, time-consuming workouts or extremely low-carb diets. Instead, you’ll learn practical tools that have helped 1000s of women lose weight from someone just like you telling you like it is each week. No sugar coating here!

For show notes, her free video weight loss course, blogs and more, visit Corinne is changing the weight loss industry, cutting the crap diet advice and telling you exactly how to lose weight and keep it off.

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473 Episodes
Everyone who has lost weight has one thing in common. They doubted it was possible. Successful people, in the beginning, think things like… "This won't be good enough." "I'll probably gain it all back." "I've always failed and this time probably won't be different." This is good news for you. Your shitty doubts can't stop you from losing weight. Shitty doubts just feel like crap. They make it harder to lose weight... ...but your doubts can't STOP you from losing weight. I want you to make weightloss a whole lot easier. Nobody wants to lose weight and have it be hard. Today's podcast, "Overcoming Weightloss Doubt," will give you the exact things you need to do to reduce your doubts and feel some ease in weightloss. Listen today! Get the Free Course here:
When you’re in a good weightloss routine, things like a cold or a stomach bug will throw a wrench in your plans. That’s why you need to know how to play the mental game of weightloss. Because when life happens, the only thing stopping you from losing weight is bullshit thinking like... “See! I can’t ever lose weight.” “Something always happens.” “I always get sent back to square one.” But I haven’t met anyone who’s overweight because they get too many stomach bugs. If being sick was the only reason I was overweight, losing weight would have been easy. The rest of the fucking year, eating healthy would be easy. Nothing needs to be perfect for you to lose weight when you know how to get back on track when your routines go to shit. Today’s podcast episode, “Weightloss and Being Sick” will help you get your weightloss back on track when shit happens. Listen today. Get the Free Course here:
If you would've seen me 16 years ago, you never would've guessed I'd: Lose 100 pounds Build 2 successful businesses Get ranked #1052 in the Inc 5000 of Fastest Growing Businesses in 2022 Every success story I've worked with in weightloss or business starts the same. Nervous as fuck, scared, thinking they can't do it, worried it won't work and concerned about what everybody's going to think of them. So if every success story had the same host of doodoo thoughts that you do about weightloss, that means your doodoo thoughts cannot stop you. Just like me, you have what it takes to be successful. And you don't need a magic wand. You need to pay attention to what you're thinking. Start by learning from me. Listen to today's podcast: Episode 302: 3 Sentences I Used to Lose 100lbs and Build 2 Businesses Get the Free Course here:
You're not overweight because you haven't found the right calorie range or BS meal plan. The real problem is those moments when you... Say "fuck it" and eat the whole sleeve of Oreos when the guilt of having a "bad food' sets in Keep eating when you're full just cause there are a few bites left (and you HATE to waste them) 8pm rolls around and it feels easier to wind down with a snack than to just go to bed Your meal plan doesn't mean shit in those moments. That's why diet plans aren't the key to lasting weightloss. If all you needed to lose weight was a diet plan, nobody would struggle with their weight. You need more. Today's podcast will uncover the weightloss steps that no diet plan has ever given you. LIsten to Episode 301: Diet Plans vs. Weightloss Coaching today. Get the Free Course here:
If there's a part of you who wants to lose weight in 2023, don't make the mistake of just picking some plan. For this year to be different, YOU must DO different things. No more doing the same old diet techniques to lose weight wrapped up in a shiny new diet. Stop picking restrictive food plans if you dream of one day eating the foods you love effortlessly. Stop doubling down on the gym with killer workouts to make up for "eating sins" keeping you stuck losing and gaining weight while working hard. I watch women using the same old diet techniques to lose weight, but they are still struggling because they don't have the real skills required to lose weight. To help you, I'm sharing what I've learned losing 100 pounds and helping 1000s of women lose their weight for the last time. Listen to Episode 299: 3 Signs You'll Lose Weight in 2023. You can make 2023 the year you lost weight. It just takes doing things differently.   Get the Free Course here:
When I talk to women about weightloss, a lot of us are scared to set a weightloss goal. This happens because when we set a goal, our brain brings up ALL the horse shit. Like shame about past failed diets. Or fear we won't be able to meet our goal. These feelings can stop us from setting goals. But it's normal for our brain to look to the past for evidence that we can't meet our goals. But, that doesn't mean you should skip making one. When we set a goal, it gives us the ability to determine if we're on track to meet it. It's hard to know if you are succeeding without one. And without a goal, we can look at the things that are actually working for you to lose weight. I've watched too many women skip setting a weightloss goal. Instead, they just google a new meal plan and hope they will be able to do it perfectly. So, on today's podcast, I'm teaching you the 3 simple steps it takes to set a weightloss goal and overcome those normal feelings of fear and doubt. I normally only teach this to members of the No BS Weightloss Program, but I'm sharing it with you because I believe that setting a goal will help you lose weight. Listen to today's podcast, Simple Steps to Set a Weightloss Goal now. Here's to setting (and achieving) our goals in 2023! Get the Free Course here:
I spent a whole Saturday researching the new WeightWatchers PersonalPoints Plan so I can give you the lowdown. Why? My personal mission is to help you successfully lose weight (whether it's with me, WeightWatchers or some other program). I was excited to see ways they may have improved, but there are things that they've absolutely missed the mark on. I don't want these to stall your weightloss. Or, cause further setbacks in your relationship with food and your ability to lose weightloss. That's why I recorded a podcast dedicated to helping you discover the missing pieces that can help you lose weight (regardless of the program you use). Listen to Podcast 298: My WW "PersonalPoints Plan" Review. Get the Free Course here:
In December, everybody starts thinking January 1st is going to be some magical moment where everything's going to change. This mindset is why we end up stalling our current weightloss or even regaining weight during the holidays. The way I help people avoid this is a different approach than what the weightloss industry talks about. I teach 4 basics that anyone can use to lose weight. They are simple, but they aren't easy. Most diets stop there. They only give you the steps you need to follow to lose weight. I haven't met a woman yet who doesn't know how to lose weight. Knowing how is the easy part. What they fail to acknowledge is our mindset. We beat ourselves up, believing we're a failure because of diets that haven't led to successful long-term weightloss. When you heap shame or judgment on top of a failed diet, it often triggers overeating, which never solves a stall or plateau. That's why I created today's podcast episode. You'll learn how to work through the mindset part of weightloss which is the key to losing your weight for the last time. Listen to Episode 297: How to Navigate Weightloss Stalls, Plateaus and Regains today. Get the Free Course here:
When you try to lose weight, do you ever ask yourself... - Why can't I get my shit together? - What's wrong with me? - What if I never lose my weight? Here's what I wish someone told me sooner... Bullshit questions don't help you lose weight. Think about it. You'll never get an answer that feels amazing. You just get a mental beatdown. Today on the podcast, I'll give you 6 questions you must start asking yourself to HELP you lose weight (and help you keep going through the tough times). I used them to lose 100 lbs and so do all of my No BS Weightloss Program™ success stories. Listen to Episode 296: Why Can't I Get My Shit Together? Get the Free Course here:
How to Stick to a Diet

How to Stick to a Diet


Wanna know the truth about WHY you don't stick to a diet? It's not because you don't have enough willpower. It's because you're going balls to the wall trying to be perfect at a ridiculously hard diet. THEN, when it gets too hard, you're saying "fuck it" and eating all the foods your diet restricted. It's not your fault your weightloss isn't lasting. That shit doesn't work and nobody has taught you another way. When I decided to lose weight for the last time, I realized on day 1 that I had to make small changes if I wanted this time to be different. When these small changes didn't seem like enough, I knew I had to make a decision. I asked myself… Did I want the pain of thinking this wasn't good enough, but knowing I was actually doing some things that one day would add up? Or did I want the pain of trying to start asshole diets that I for sure was going to flame out on every single time? I lost 100 lbs and kept it off for 15 years by doing shit that diets taught me "wasn't good enough". This might be hard to do because you're conditioned by diets to do ALL the things at once. To help you learn how to stick to your next diet, I share what I wish someone told me sooner about committing to weightloss in today's podcast episode, How to Stick to a Diet. Get the Free Course here:
The holiday season is the best time of year to lose weight (when you do it right). It’s easy to turn to just give up and wait for January 1. Especially if you've only ever lost weight through restricting your favorite foods. You don’t need a perfect holiday meal plan. Nobody is overweight cause they ate grandma’s cookies once a year. To lose weight, you don’t need to sacrifice what you love to eat. You must learn how to eat your faves without overeating them. Trust me, nobody is overweight cause they ate grandma’s cookies once a year. We are overweight because we keep overeating cookies on days we're stressed, tired, or feeling like food controls us.  I have maintained my 100 lbs weightloss for 15 years without skipping out on my favorite holiday food traditions. In today's podcast, you'll discover 3 simple steps for handling food like a boss during the holidays. Once you hear these 3 steps, you'll have all the control you need around your fave holiday foods. Click here to listen to today’s podcast, 3 Steps for Handling the Holidays. Get the Free Course here:
Most of us "should" all over ourselves during the Holiday season... "I should be happy" "My experience should be like what my friends are posting on social media" This is especially true when it comes to grieving. Whether your loved one died 2 weeks ago or 10 years ago, the holidays can be so hard. When you overeat or drink through the pain, the pain relief doesn't last long. But chances are, nobody has taught you an alternative way to work through grief. That's why I interviewed Jennifer Levin, a traumatic grief expert, on today's podcast. She's sharing 4 tips for growing through grief during the holidays.   P.S. Grieving this holiday season? Learn more about Jennifer's Holiday Grief Group.   Get the Free Course here:
Success stories have something in common. And it's not unshakable commitment, dedication, willpower or superhuman strength. My own 100 lbs weightloss and all my members who have lost their weight literally only have this 1 thing in common. Every one of us doubted we could lose weight. When I first started, I was afraid that I wasn't ever going to be able to lose weight. I would sit around day after day eating and thinking "I've been overweight since I was a child. It's my genetics. I have a baby. I don't have time." Because of all of that, I really didn't think that I could do it. But there were 5 things I did that helped me lose weight despite my doubts, and today I'm sharing them with you. Listen to today's podcast episode where I share 5 things I had to change to lose weight. (They are things you can do too, even if you have doubt) Get the Free Course here:
Do This Before You Quit

Do This Before You Quit


Most of us don't understand the real reason we quit diets. This is important to understand if you've ever thought...   "I'm afraid that if I lose my weight, I'll just gain it back." "When I start getting comments, I start eating again." Or "I'm not sure I can even lose weight."   If any of this sounds familiar, you're normal. We often quit simply because we are afraid of something. Before you quit anything, you can use a simple process to figure out what you're afraid of. Sometimes quitting is the right answer, but you'll never know unless you listen to today's podcast. Get the Free Course here:
So many of y'all listen to the podcast and think, "Preach, Corinne. All your shit makes all the sense in the world." But by the time dinner rolls around, you're back to feeling out of control and eating like it's your last supper. This isn't because you're broken and doomed to battle your weight for the rest of your life. It's because you haven't started thinking like the version of you who loses weight. You're thinking like the old version of yourself who has tried and failed more diets than you can count. I don't blame you. Those diets have set you up for failure. But as someone who has helped 1000s of real women lose weight, I'll tell you, the key to weightloss is changing what goes on in between your ears so you can control what goes into your mouth. If we're going to lose weight, we can't keep thinking like our "old selves" and wondering why it's not helping us lose weight. Listen to Episode 290: Why You NEED New Thinking As You Lose Weight to learn the 2 thoughts you must stop NOW (because they're hosing your weight loss). Get the Free Course here:
It's possible to feel in control around delicious food, but nobody has taught you how. Some of y'all think that the key to weightloss is perfection, but that's bullshit. I haven't maintained my weightloss for 15 years by being perfect. Instead, I know how to work through those moments when I don't want to stop eating food that tastes so fucking good. All you need is 7 minutes (3.5 minutes on 2x speed) to listen to today's podcast episode where I share how you can feel in control around food that tastes so good. You'll even get to hear how I show up for myself during those moments when I want 5 servings of Cheddar & Sour Cream Popchips. Listen to Episode 289: How to Feel in Control Around Food that Tastes So Good. Get the Free Course here:
Do doctors care about your weight? How much training and expertise do they have when it comes to weightloss? When you're overweight, going to the doctor can be a traumatic experience. And, if you're the doctor, it can be hard to give advice if you... Feel ashamed that you're offering advice on a problem "you've got too." Have so much to keep up with in medicine that you rely on knowledge like the rest of us. What you've seen work for your friend or neighbor. Today's podcast features my dear friend Dr. Katrina Ubell who helps us become not only an advocate for ourselves but also a COLLABORATOR with our doctors. She's recently wrote a book, too, "How to Lose Weight for the Last Time: Brain-Based Solutions for Permanent Weightloss." As a doctor who struggled with her weight and now works with doctors on their own weight issues, she tells us like it is from BOTH perspectives. So, take a listen and let me know what you think. I know this is an important discussion for both the patient and medical professionals. Listen to Episode 288: Do Doctors Care About Weight? Get the Free Course here:
Today could be your magic moment. The moment you decide again to lose weight. And for some reason, it just works this time.  My magic moment was when my son Logan was a year old. After a lifetime of obesity, I was so miserable, depressed, and out of shape that I couldn’t play with my own child. I was literally just eating my life away. I needed to do something. That day, I didn’t sit and think, “What if I can’t lose weight?” I had done that plenty of times before and it was detrimental to my weightloss. I started losing weight when I started asking myself different questions. And anyone can do that. In today’s podcast episode, you will learn the simple shift you can make to help you lose weight and keep it off. If you're ready to lose your weight for good, join me inside the No BS Weightloss Program:
Phases of Behavior Change

Phases of Behavior Change


Do you listen to the podcast but things don't "click" 100%? That's NORMAL and in today's podcast, I'll tell you why. You see, there are 4 phases to behavior change and podcast listeners often get stuck. Everything you hear sounds great. Seems so simple. You probably even think this shit makes so much sense. And yet when you go to do it, things don't go perfect. It feels frustrating to hear something so easy like wait until you're hungry to eat... But find yourself in the middle of a cookie realizing you forgot to ask Am I hungry? P.S. Join me for a special workshop that I typically only offer to my No BS private members. The Weightloss Jumpstart is a full day taking care of you while learning how to lose weight easily. It's only $19 and I promise, you don't want to miss it. Register at The workshop is September 25, 9am - 3:30pm CST, and in the comfort of your own home. P.P.S. Can't attend live? Buy the workshop and you'll get the replay for life.
Have you ever thought...   "I'm too old to change." "It's too late for me." "There's no way I could lose weight after all these failed diets."   It's not true. My co-host Kathy lost weight after years of struggling with her weight. She quit an accounting job of 32 years to become a life coach. She did a half-marathon with bum knees and zero workout habits. And, she did this all after raising kids and starting the next chapter of her life. Kathy has a firm belief that it's never too late to change your life. She didn't always believe this. In fact, she didn't even know that dreaming about her future was possible. She only knew to rely on others for... Acceptance Atta-boys Decisions about HER life And over time, as we grew to know each other better, I learned that she was someone I could easily depend on...I just needed for HER to believe that. And now she does. She's come a long ass way from sitting on the couch, weighing 230 pounds. And she continues to grow. On today's podcast, she talks openly about her growth so you can grow, too. From weightloss to career change to creating your best's all possible for you. So listen to this podcast 285: It's Never Too Late to Change Your Life. Kathy cries (instead of me this time!) and shares something new and exciting she's doing inside No BS.   Get the Free Course here:
Comments (120)

Jennifer Stevens

This is one of her best best podcasts!

Dec 27th

Melissa Himel

thank you

Nov 15th

Melissa Himel

omg. Will listen to this one over and over. thank you Corrine!!

Nov 1st


Just listening for the 1st time. Want the help and info - but too distracted by the consistent swearing. It’s not necessary, and takes away some integrity in the teaching.

Aug 18th
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Who ever shared this with me, thank you for sharing it

Aug 12th

Ronald Peterson

Thanks for this.

Aug 4th

Rhonda Celester

my friend lost a wagon full of weight and led me to Corinne.All that I can say is YAY!!! Phew!!

Jul 17th

Mary Haire

sorry I'm on the other side of the spectrum of anger over wasting time talking about the self-righteous, small minded, who want to control, and complain about someone's vocabulary. Ignore them and tell them to F#@k OFF.

Apr 5th

Angel mimat

Hey #Corinne my Episode 261 is Titled What to do the day after Thanksgiving 🤷‍♀️ I do notice that your Episode numbers often don't match the content you are referring to. I'm in the UK, is this why?

Apr 2nd

Mary Powers Powers

I loved everything about your podcast. Thank you for a great start to my day❤ Looking forward to The Challenge!

Feb 25th

K Wex

I'm huge, been huge for 20 years...and I am scared. I have a daughter with Down Syndrome and she is following my fat pattern. she thinks about food for dinner at BREAKFAST! I've had weightloss surgery rhat I paid for myself and I've still failed. I'm starting with you today. Holy fuck I could cry. Wish my luck...gimme strength to believe in myself and follow "simple". PS I am not hungry right now.

Jan 19th

Louise McAfee

Good Podcast, I will suggest this on my Website

Jan 6th

an interested party

Corinne, You girls are singing my song. I have been overweight since I was 9 as well. And I believe you and I've worked together at Ivy Tech. I really enjoyed the show today and I'm going to listen to all of them. You girls have put some hope in me that I could actually be this weight. Thank you so much!

Dec 25th

Seynab Baydoun

love this teaching

Oct 15th

Kelly Saccheri

I'm a professional dogwalker and when the out and about around the neighborhoods I usually listen to Podcast. And I gotta tell you... hands down, This Podcast is great. I'm only a handful of episodes in but I'm already hooked and can totally relate to the real life scenarios

Aug 3rd


I’m sad. I had a really hard time understanding Karen.

Jul 2nd

Andi-Roo Libecap

Developing self-love is never easy, but it's a lot less difficult when you are provided a safe space to get your shit together. Yes, the work you do to develop a better relationship with your own body is definitely a tough row to hoe, but let's not act like the support of a devoted partner is nothing. I'm sure Corinne would have found a way no matter what, as she is strong-willed and determined, but we aren't all made of the same material, and we don't all have the good fortune to cross paths with that special person who will love us unconditionally. I'm super lucky, and so grateful, my husband is that person for me. I couldn't do the work without him. I feel sure I can't be the only one who needs a partner to push me and pick me up.

May 22nd

Angie Chatterton-Shemwell

Awesome energy and advice!!!

Feb 18th

Juli Sparks

seriously!!! this one. so many truths!

Feb 10th

Mette Janne Kilstrup Nielsen

I used to love to listen to Corinne's podcast. But the recent podcast have such bad sound quality, that I just can't listen to it.

Feb 2nd
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