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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.

To learn more about the show, visit
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Today you're getting another sneak peek inside the membership. It's a full Weightloss Q&A session with me and my members. Listen in for how I tackle their issues with real talk. And I don't overcomplicate weightloss, unlike a lot of bullshit diets. You'll hear relatable topics like: How to handle hunger when it's extreme in some parts of the day but not others. I give advice on how to handle it and share how I handle my own hunger during the day. Why low carb is NOT the answer for most women. I get fiery with this one, y'all. Whether or not you have to eat less and less to keep losing weight. What to do with gurus who highlight only "one way" to eat during and after menopause. How to deal with a big disappointment in life, and What to do when you feel like you "should" eat when everyone else is eating (but you're not hungry).  There's a shit-ton of helpful tips you can take away from this episode.  To join the No BS Weightloss Program, visit
Have you ever had a moment where it's like time stands still? You caught yourself in the mirror, saw a picture of yourself, or maybe had a moment when you felt absolutely defeated. It made you think, "Damn, I need to lose weight." But you've tried so many times. You know you need to do something. But WHAT? I've been there. I remember my rock-bottom moment. I was 250-plus pounds, depressed as all get out, trying to get my shit together because something had to give. On today's episode, I share how I started my journey and exactly what you can do to start yours. I give you seven FREE things you can do right now to start losing weight. I know you might not believe you can do it. I've been there. But I believe in you. So take a listen and let me help.   Lose Weight This week - Get the Free Course here:
You may know what you need to do to lose weight, but it's thoughts like these that get in the way of your weightloss.  Today, you'll hear a masterclass (with a side of ass-kicking) on how to deal with stuff like this and keep losing weight.  Listen in for how to: Stop beating yourself up because it's normal not to feel like it Know the difference between not wanting to and not being able to Motivate yourself when you don't want to Quit "shoulding" all over yourself Get into action even if you're overwhelmed So sit back, relax, and pretend you're a member of No BS. And if you're ready to take your weightloss to the next level by becoming a member, visit You'll get weekly trainings, live coaching, baller courses, and a community of women you won't find anywhere else.   Get the Free Course here:
Do you... around the clock? ...take care of everybody but you? ...always think you should be doing more? ...feel guilty for taking breaks? You're not alone. Many women only feel good about themselves when they're accomplishing shit. Especially you perfectionists out there. And there's always a "next time" to get more done. You're tired, but instead of resting, you overeat to keep going. Then gain weight. And feel like crap. So you do more to feel better about yourself... It's a never-ending cycle.  What's the answer? Rest. Rest is essential for weightloss. And I'm not just talking about taking a nap. Today's episode breaks down "The 8 Types of Rest That Are Key to Weightloss." You'll hear: Why rest and self-care are essential for losing weight What real rest does for your body The 8 types of rest, including things you can try today How to start believing you're more than what you do Listen now to get some relief from the cycle of doing. You'll learn that when you allow yourself to rest -- and take actual breaks -- you'll also lose more weight.  This is the stuff we work on in No BS. Taking care of ourselves (even if we feel guilty). Loving ourselves more. Learning how to lose weight in a way that works FOR us. Are you tired of making weightloss another "to do" on your long list?  Become a No BS woman today at
Y'all know I'm an open book. If you've been listening to the podcast recently, you may know I'm in perimenopause. It's the stage right before menopause. And it can start as early as your 30s! 🤯 Now, if you've never heard the term "perimenopause," you're not alone. Women have been kept in the dark about this important stage of life since... well, forever.  We've been told to suffer through terrible sleep, weight gain, night sweats, and mood changes... you name it. The message to women has been, "good fucking luck."  Well, you know me. I'm not going down without a fight. I'm fixin' to learn everything I can about perimenopause and menopause. Today I'm interviewing Dr. Diedra Manns. She's a Doctor of Physical Therapy and menopause health coach. She's also a badass. Dr. Manns survived breast cancer and is dedicated to helping midlife women flourish. In this episode, Dr. Manns shares easy tips to improve the quality of your life during this stage. Especially when it comes to rest. Listen in for:  How hormones impact our bodies, brains, sleep, etc Ways to get better sleep (and exactly what to do if you can't sleep) Why we seem to be hungry all the damn time What exercises to focus on (especially if you're a cardio junky)   Get the Free Course here:   Website: Socials:  IG: @drdiedra FB: @dr.diedra LI: @drdiedra As mentioned on the podcast Blue light filters for devices Link to applying a blue light-blocking filter with a shortcut for iPhones Link to applying a blue light-blocking filter to Android phones Link to applying blue light blocking filter to Mac computers 
Losing weight is easy. Don't agree? Think of all the crazy diets out there. Someone is trying them and losing weight. Maybe even you. Hell, if they gave Olympic medals for losing weight, I would've been the Michael Phelps of weightloss. I lost it over and over with so many diets.  Nothing lasted. Because all those diets were just a bunch of bullshit rules. I didn't change anything except what they told me I "should" eat. The minute I stopped following their rules, I'd gain the weight back. It wasn't until I changed my relationship with food -- and with myself -- that the weight stayed off for good. So, how do you know if your relationship with food is changing? In today's episode, I share five major signs you're improving your relationship with food. And I've experienced every one of them. A few signs might surprise you. Like that you no longer burn your mouth because you "just can't wait" to eat that Hot Pocket right out of the microwave. Or you stop obsessing about what your mother-in-law is thinking when you order food at a restaurant. As your relationship with food improves, you'll free up the time and energy you used to waste stressing about food. And you can spend it working on creating the life you want. Lose up to 2lbs this week - Get the Free Course here:
Today, I'm sharing a sneak peek into a recent class I taught on how to feel in control around food. This episode will help. You'll hear: 3 main reasons you struggle to stop eating when "you know you should" How to stop overeating so you never leave the table thinking, "I blew it again" What healthy eating looks like (It ain't what you think) Now, after listening, you might think, "Wow, this is what I need to hear more often. It would make losing weight so much easier."  The good news? You can! Join my No BS Weightloss Program right now.  You'll immediately get:  The No BS Weightloss Course that makes losing weight simple, easy and long lasting Coaching calls so you can get answers to some of the toughest weightloss questions A community of women to lean on 24/7. (Because let's face it, weightloss feels so lonely.) Head to if you're ready to lose weight today.
Let me set a scene for you. It's 3pm and you're at work. You're tired and can't concentrate, so you reach for a snack. Maybe a soda, too. The snack and soda get you through to the end of the workday, but then you have to start your "second shift:" dinner, dishes, and whatever else comes before bedtime. As you finally crawl into bed, thoughts rush in. You remember the snack and soda were NOT on your plan and you didn't take a walk at lunch like you promised you would. You beat yourself up, thinking... "Why can't I get my shit together and lose weight?" Today on the podcast, Master Certified Life Coach Neill Williams will tell you exactly why: because you're not meant to go-go-go all day, every day. Your body has a natural rhythm and Neill will help you recognize it and work with it to: Stop relying on overeating, Get better sleep, and... Improve your energy levels by up to 30%! If you feel burned out and could use real-life hacks on how to have more energy during the day, check out today's episode. "The Secret to Hacking Your Habits to Reach Your Goals." Get the Free Course here: Connect with Neill here:
Do you ever say asshole things to yourself like: "I should’ve gotten more done today" "I'm never going to get this. I may as well quit" "When I... lose the weight/get a promotion/find a partner... THEN I'll feel good about myself" Sound familiar? You’re not alone. Women are hard on themselves, especially my Gen X ladies who grew up in the 80’s and 90’s. If you're over 40, you've had alllll the unrealistic expectations put on you. And you beat yourself up every day for not living up to bullshit outdated rules. During our conversation, we get vulnerable and share our struggles with being hard on ourselves. Katie goes deep on what it really means to give yourself grace in your every day, messy-ass life. We're not talking about becoming a perfect, graceful human being, putting a band-aid over a bad day, or "letting yourself off the hook." Quite the opposite. Giving yourself grace may be the most important thing you do to lose weight faster and easier. And share this episode with the women in your life. I want to help release the pressure on women to be everything to everyone at all times. This perspective on grace has the potential to change their lives. To learn more about Katie Pulsifer, follow her here: Website: IG: FB: LI: Get the Free Course here:
This bonus episode is for all my online coaches and course creators. If you're just here for weightloss, you can skip over this episode, but if you're wantin help on building your online business, this ones for you. Confusing Marketing is Costing You Clients How many of these can you relate to?  I don't know what I should be doing each day to get clients    People don't sign up for my offers    I don't have a marketing strategy - I'm just posting and hoping for clients    When I send emails, nobody is opening or clicking them It's a fact -- If your marketing is the least bit confusing, customers will find someone else to pay. At the No BS Marketing Bootcamp, you'll get a step-by-step plan with easy frameworks to simplify your marketing so you can consistently get clients. Head to to sign up.
I've got a treat for you today -- a full Q+A session with me. I tackle your burning weightloss questions like:  How do I restart?  How do I handle stress eating?  But what if it just tastes so good? How do I stop nighttime cravings?  What is WRONG with me?  How do I move on from regret? In today's podcast, I give you answers the diet industry never will, like: Why it's hard to restart and how to get your ass in gear The real cause of your overeating How to enjoy tasty food without the guilt My surprising hack for overcoming nighttime cravings Understanding you're not broken and what the real problem is How to move on from regretting the choices you made in the past I brought the fire in this episode and there's a shit-ton of good advice for you.  Get the Free Course here:
Is it hard for you to stop at enough with food that tastes good? My hand is raised -- I bet yours is too -- because it's normal to want to keep eating food you love, even when you know you've had enough. But what if I told you that's not why you're struggling with weightloss?   The urge to overeat is not the problem. The problem is what you make it mean about you. That there's something wrong with you. That you're "bad." That food controls you. Bullshit.  What if there's nothing wrong with you? What if there's a damn good explanation for why you want to overeat?  There is, and I'm sharing it on today's podcast: The Best Time to Stop Overeating. Listen in for a fresh perspective on overeating -- one you probably haven't heard -- and real-life techniques to curb it without overhauling your pantry or restricting foods you love. (We don't do that in No BS.) If you want to learn how No BS women lose weight while enjoying their favorite foods, join the membership today at 
I get this question a lot:  "How do I hold myself accountable?" Most women think accountability is being hard on yourself. We tell ourselves to be good, don't be a fuck up, or stop being lazy.  Then wonder... Why do we know what to do to lose weight, and we don't do it. Newsflash: We talk to ourselves like an asshole to get ourselves to behave. And this will keep you from losing weight.  In today's podcast episode -- How to Actually Hold Yourself Accountable -- I'll share three steps for weightloss accountability : Know when you're being an ass to yourself. Track habits that help you lose weight (and stop tracking things that don't). Identify unmet self-care needs (so you can stop eating to care for yourself). When you learn this, you'll start losing weight and never look back. So listen today!
We're a month into the New Year. If you made a goal to lose weight... how's it going?  If you've quit and are beating yourself up because you “never stick to your goals,” please stop. I know the two reasons why.  In last week’s episode, I gave you the first reason. Go back and check it out if you missed it. This week, I’m sharing the second major reason you can’t stick to your goals. And it has nothing to do with what to eat or how to exercise. When you start a goal, you're all fired up with excitement and motivation. It feels easy. Then life happens. The fire goes out and you’re left with your regular old feelings.  Most diets don’t address this truth, but I will: You’re not a loser if excitement and motivation fade -- they were never meant to last!  Your goals fail because you expect to feel good about them all the time. Spoiler: you won’t. That's not how the brain works.  Successful weightloss comes in the moments you feel like shit and don't eat over it. That's what we work on in No BS – what to do when you’re tired, cranky, and forgot why you wanted to lose weight in the first place.  So, if you feel like giving up, listen to today’s episode -- Part 2: Why You Can’t Stick to Your New Year's Resolutions. You'll come away with: Two feelings that are a lot more helpful than motivation and excitement Three questions to ask yourself in the moments you want to quit. I hope you keep going. You can lose your weight for the last damn time. But how you do it will look different than what the diet industry has sold you. Get the Free Course here:
It's 2024. Did you make a resolution this year? If so, how's it going? If I were in Vegas, I'd put my money on "not well." 😜 And that's NORMAL. The second Friday of January ain't called "Quitter's Day" for nothing.  So why is it SO HARD to stick to your goals?  Today on the podcast, I'm sharing the first of two main reasons it's hard.  Now, don't get me wrong. I love goals. I just don't love bullshit like... "Starting on [INSERT DATE] January 1/ Monday/ 1st of the Month... I'm going to [INSERT GOAL] do Whole 30/ start 75 Hard/ lose 10 pounds in 10 days."  My friend Kara Loewentheil of the "UnF*ck Your Brain" podcast has a name for these kinds of goals: perfectionistic fantasies and tomorrow thinking. I talk more about it in today's podcast. If you're struggling to lose weight, I'll bet your goal is missing one ESSENTIAL ingredient: YOUR REAL LIFE. You don't need a perfect goal to lose weight. You need a plan for when the shit hits the fan. Because this is real life -- you know it's gonna happen.  Listen in on today's episode, Part 1: Why You Can't Stick to Your New Year's Resolutions, for how to create a more realistic plan and avoid the #1 thing no one plans for. And join me next week for Part 2. I'll give you three good questions to ask yourself when your motivation runs out.    Get the Free Course here:
Have you ever caught yourself reaching for a snack when you're not hungry? You're bored, stressed, or it's just there? We've all been there, right? I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Adrian Youdim about cravings on this week's podcast. She's a triple-board certified obesity medicine specialist. She's also a speaker, author, and host of the top-rated podcast Health Bites. Together, we explore the intricate science and deep-rooted connections between cravings ... and emotions. Plus, we lay out practical strategies to help you recognize and meet your true needs. It's all about understanding ourselves better. We want to know what we're really hungry for. That might be food, comfort, or something else. Ready to decode what we're truly craving (spoiler alert: it's often not just about the food!). Tune in now to Episode 353: Why You Crave Food When You're Not Hungry and get ready for some serious 'aha!' moments. P.S. If you're itching to delve even deeper, check out Dr. Adrian Youdim's book "Hungry For More."   Get the Free Course here:
How often do you find yourself eating past full? In today's podcast, '6 Reasons You Eat Past Enough,' I explore why stopping is hard, even when you're full. Trust me, it's not just about willpower; there's more to the story. Did you know that one of the reasons we eat past enough is that we are using food to reward ourselves? Or that sometimes, our body is still wired to overeat because of old diet rules we're clinging to? Discover the 6 common reasons for overeating and advice to overcome them in Episode 252: 6 Reasons You Eat Past Enough.   Get the Free Course here:
Weightloss and Menopause

Weightloss and Menopause


Y'all have been begging for this one. Today on the podcast, we're getting real about menopause and perimenopause. I wish there had been an episode like this years ago to help me understand what in the hell is going on with my body. My energy levels have been in the toilet and I've just not felt like "me." Many of you can relate... and you might be gaining weight on top of it. It's like the shit sandwich of middle age. But there's hope (and answers). In Episode 351: Weightloss and Menopause, I'm talking to the woman I trust with my own body: Dr. Anna Garrett. Listen in as Dr. Anna drops her knowledge on: How early perimenopause can start... and how long it can last (you'll be shocked) The root cause of hormone imbalance for almost all women (and what it has in common with weight gain) The key hormone that can cause weight gain (and what you can do to help eliminate it from your body) Key nutrients to focus on for bone density and hormone balance (even I'm not getting enough of these) The top 3 things you can focus on if you're struggling (and they're all in your control) As women, we've been kept in the dark about menopause (and especially perimenopause!) for too damn long. It's time to take our power back, and that starts with knowledge. Listen in today to learn more about your body and what you can do to support it during this phase of life.   Get the Free Course here:
We have an acronym we use all the time inside of No BS: PLMF. In other words... Pivot. Like a. Mother. Fucker. Which is exactly what I did after I pooped my pants during a walk the other day. (I wish I were kidding.) Listen to today's podcast to get the whole messy story. Did it suck? Of course! Did it change my schedule? Yep. Did I sit around in my doo-doo like a toddler and whine that my day was ruined? Hell no! Now, if I had listened to what my brain offered up after my "accident," I wouldn't have done shit for the rest of the day (no pun intended) except feel sorry for myself and eat chips on the couch. Instead, I PLMF'd and even managed to fit a workout in. Don't believe your brain when it tells you everything has to go right or the whole day is ruined. It's a lie that will keep you stuck forever. In No BS, we teach you how to hear your excuses and lose weight anyway. In fact, there's a simple question we ask all the time to help us move from being stuck to taking action. I share it in Episode 350: When the Shit Hits the Fan. Listen now to hear my shitty story. 😆   Get the Free Course here:
Ever grab a snack and mow it down before you realize you weren't even hungry?  Every damn hand should be raised. In today's episode, you'll hear me help a No BS member with her fear of snacking during a recent weightloss weekly call. And y'all, I don't just give her some formula for "how not to snack"... because there isn't one. We snack when we're not hungry for different reasons -- hell, I did it just the other day! Listen to the episode for the aha moment I had when I sat down and started eating a snack when I wasn't hungry.  My aha was WHY I did it. That's the difference between No BS and other diets. We help you understand WHY you do things like snack when you're not hungry, so you don't have to struggle with it again.  If you're tired of other diets with their bullshit promises that always end up failing you, head to  It's a great time to join -- this month, we're throwing out all the old rules like counting points, restriction, fasting, etc. etc. We're resetting our diet mindset BEFORE the new year so we can start 2024 with a new perspective! And for a new perspective on mindless snacking, listen to Episode 349: Why Do We Snack Unconsciously?    Get the Free Course here:
Comments (120)

Andi-Roo Libecap

Confidence is about the past — relying on the knowledge you've gained from experience, with faith based on evidence of how far you've come, learning lessons from every mistake. SELF-Confidence is based on the future — taking a chance and trusting that the risk is worth the outcome, for better or for worse, because you have faith that you'll gain something worthwhile even in the worst case scenario.

Aug 8th

Laura H

I'm surprised that Corrine discourages following any healthy diets, WW in particular. I found her inspirational, including how she went on WW in order to lose the last 25 pounds of her 100 pound weight loss.

Apr 9th

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
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