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December 13, 2021

How Three Sisters Became Hormone Hype Girls

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Carly, Alaina & Julie Beyar

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Carly, Alaina, and Julie Beyar are the Founders of Balanced Beyars Health and the Power of Periodization program. They are three sisters who went from being overactive collegiate soccer players to self-proclaimed “Hormone Hype Girls” and women’s health educators. They are on a mission to get you hyped about predictable periods and living in alignment with the four phases of your cycle. Their ultimate goal is to make it fun for menstruators to cultivate a hormone-happy lifestyle that allows them to feel a deep partnership with their cyclical bodies, 100% of the time.

In this episode, we talk about what it was like to go from lifelong athletes to everyday life, the sisters’ experiences with the pill’s side effects and their transition off, how you can start living in alignment with your cycle, why you should bring your partner into your journey of learning, and so much more!

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Highlights

  • Difficulties transitioning from high-performance athlete to everyday life
  • Why the Beyar sisters first decided to get in tune with their cycle and start making changes
  • Carly’s experience with side effects of the pill and amenorrhea after coming off
  • How teenagers can empower themselves when it comes to getting in sync with their cycles
  • Getting to the root cause of your symptoms
  • What parents can do to help teenagers track and understand their cycles
  • Why we should be teaching kids more about the menstrual cycle in school
  • Why you need a cycle strategy
  • Living in alignment with your cycle
  • Supporting your nervous system and managing your stress
  • How you can get started with cycle syncing
  • The benefits of getting your partner involved

Resources

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Women are Not Small Men

Stacy T. Sims, Ph.D., is an applied researcher, innovator, and entrepreneur in human performance, specifically sex differences in training, nutrition, and environmental conditions. During Stacy’s

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