Think about your last really amazing workout performance. A workout where you walked away feeling like you gave it your all, and it showed. The results were beyond your expectations, you recovered quickly, and everything just came together the way you imaged it in your head. What did you eat before that workout? Now, imagine
So you just met with your nutrition coach and set up your calories and macronutrients on MyFitnessPals. A day or two later, you notice you went over your daily allotment by 140 calories and 15 fat grams. Your send your nutrition coach panicked messages asking “What do I do?” Your nutrition coach tells you not
You are not alone! No matter who it is, at some point, everyone gets a case of the “I don’t want to’s.” Living life can be mentally and physically exhausting especially with all the things we SHOULD be doing. For instance, we should brush our teeth for 2 minutes, stretch for 10 minutes, workout for
Two things are important to consider when learning to fuel your body appropriately for a workout: 1. What type are they (i.e. cardio based, heavy lifting, short or long duration)? 2. And how have you been feeling the past few weeks during your workouts (i.e. tired, weak, bloated)? This usually means your diet needs work.
Essentials A. 5 Sets Snatch Deadlift x 5 reps Build in weight On the 2:30 min B. For Time: 30-25-20 Ring Pull 50-35-20 Wall Ball Fitness: A. 5 Sets Deficit Snatch Deadlift x 5 reps 90-110% of Snatch On the 2:30 min B. For Time: 30-25-20 Chest to Bar 50-35-20 Wall Ball 20/15 Rx+ For
We have all been there. We make every effort to make nutrition and fitness a priority, then “life happens.” You get busy and all of a sudden, your good habits of meal prepping and setting yourself up for success are gone. You feel like you can never get back on track. So, how do you
Whether you’re new on your nutrition journey or have your nutrition dialed in, I wanted to share with you the No Excuses Nutrition E-Book. It’s a 10-page document that explains our nutrition program and gives you tips and tricks for your nutrition. It includes things like: • 5 kitchen tools you need own and use
Keto, paleo, Atkins, flexible dieting, intermittent fasting, diet teas and more. With one quick search on the internet, we can easily be consumed by the hundreds of options out there to help us lose weight. However, these quick fixes and FADs (fast action diets) do not provide the long-term solutions and healthy lifestyle that you
How many hours do you spend at the gym? You are most likely spending 1 hour a day, or 3-5 hours a week working hard to achieve your weight loss goals. Of course, what you do at the gym is an integral part of looking and feeling better, but it is not THE deciding factor.
I always knew being in healthcare was what I wanted to do for a career. Upon entering college I ‘stumbled’ upon a basic nutrition course during my first semester of freshman year. I became quickly fascinated learning about the role nutrition plays in our lifecycle and was hooked on the science behind the field ever