But do I have to track what I eat to lose weight? It’s one of the questions I get most frequently from nutrition clients I work with. In this episode, we’re diving into all things tracking: what it is, benefits, potential cons, and if it’s necessary. (Hint: It’s not but it may be helpful!) Tune in for the full story and more information.
“Cardio is killing my gainz! I can’t make progress gaining strength and building muscle if I’m doing cardio.” WRONG – Today’s episode is all about (once again) busting the myth of cardio getting in the way of strength training progress. We’re talking about what cardio actually is, why you need to incorporate some into your life, and tips on how to do that smartly.
While weight loss (or fat loss, more specifically), is a popular goal and one that draws many people into the world of health and fitness, it’s NOT the only goal that you can have. In fact, I would argue that there are performance goals that are more important and crucial to success in your health and fitness journey. Today, we’re talking about six metrics you can track to see progress that aren’t just a number on the scale.
There are countless tools in my toolbox of programming options as a coach. I can design the perfect program on paper, but then the responsibility goes to the athlete. The responsibility goes to you. YOU have to take action and ownership over the program. Without it, the most perfect program on paper is useless.
The market is FILLED with supplements. The supplement industry itself is a multi-billion-dollar industry and has grown year after year after year. There’s no stopping it now. So, how do you know what to choose? What should you supplement with? Today, I’m talking about four supplements that are a good starting point as you start to choose ones to take!
This week we’re filtering the bullshit of the health and fitness industry. Don’t get me wrong, I love it. But there is SO MUCH INFORMATION. Not to mention the thousands of products, programs, and services that are offered that are just downright poor quality or even harmful. We’re going to build a 4-question filter that you can use to find out if a program IS (or could be) a good fit for you.
Last week, I talked about how training at a high intensity and “all-out” and all times of your training cycle is holding you back. For a perfect training cycle, we should periodize seasons of higher and lower intensities and volume over the course of the weeks, months, and years we're training. But a perfect training … Continue reading 6 Foolproof Ways to Stay on Track
If you’re a human, you have stress. Period. That’s it. The problem is, we know we have it. No one is surprised to hear that they have stress in their lives. But we may not realize to what extent certain areas and aspects of our lives cause us stress. Then, at the same time, we … Continue reading I Cannot Stress This Enough
This week we’re talking about a mindset switch that could literally change your entire journey. No, I’m not exaggerating. Yes, it is that powerful. We’re talking about ditching the all-or-nothing mindset and embracing the grey space that is the middle.
Do you prefer to listen? This originally aired as a podcast episode on Fuel Your Freedom! You can search and find it on all major podcast platforms or by clicking here! Today, we’re talking about three ways to get more out of your training…WITHOUT just implementing variety, increasing load or adding volume. So, if you’re … Continue reading 3 Ways to Get More Out of Your Training