Many individuals are working hard to build a better body. And they’re doing things totally backwards.
The popular notion is eat LESS and exercise MORE. While this is *true for those who are sedentary and overweight, there are some who need to do the complete opposite. If you’re no stranger to eating well and working out properly but you want to improve your physique and/or performance, then pay attention.
(*Some individuals who are very overweight would do well to focus first on food quality and not just quantity along with other simple changes. For instance, swapping out sugar laden sodas for water or unsweetened tea, eating real food instead of relying on a drive through window, etc. And if they’re sedentary plenty of extra … Click to continue reading
Being kind and sugar-coating things doesn’t always get the point across when talking strength training, nutrition, and definitely fat loss.
So today, I’m going to be politically incorrect, because the other way isn’t getting through to some people.
It’s time for tough love.
You’ve been warned.
“I’m just not losing fat that I think I should. I’m really determined to get rid of this flab on my stomach,” she said while grabbing and pinching her waist.
“I’ve been going to the gym four times per week for over a month now. Shouldn’t I have noticed something?” she continued as I popped the top off my last PumpkinHead Ale from Shipyard Brewery.
She asked, “Nia, what am I doing … Click to continue reading
Throughout the course of my strength training, fitness, and performance journey I’ve made dozens of mistakes.
I’m going to share those with you in the future so, hopefully, you don’t make them on your own journey. Believe me, I’ve made a ton of mistakes when it comes to strength training and nutrition, and I definitely don’t want you to learn the hard way.
In fact, you can discover more in my letter to OCD eating habits – How to (Once and for All) Break Free from OCD Eating Habits, Regain Your Sanity, and Eat to Build a Better Body, Simply.
Today I’m going to reveal what I consider to be my biggest nutrition mistake. Instead of discussing this in the typical article format, today I’m … Click to continue reading