Keeping Things Spicy in the Kitchen
The 7 Habits of Highly Successful Clients
Many of us stick to eating healthy because we enjoy the benefits we experience. But after a while of eating this way, you start craving all the foods you left behind...
The key to to sticking with it - like anything else in life - is to spice things up!
The Ultimate Guide to Eating Out
We've found that our most successful clients tend to have certain habits in common. Check out seven key habits to maximize your results on our program.
The "Health Food" Holding You Back
How do you balance staying on track with your goals and having a life?!
Special events and social situations can be awkward when you're following a meal plan and have goals. Hopefully the people around you are supportive of what you're trying to achieve. Inevitably there will be a coworker or friend who decides to give you a hard time for your healthy habits - just know that your focus on health is inspiring someone!
Fueling for Competition
What if there was one food, if eliminated from your diet, that could drive weight loss, improve digestion, reduce bloating, increase energy, and even help you avoid the post-lunch “afternoon slump”? Not only does this food exist you may been told your entire life that it’s a part of a healthy balanced diet.
The Secrets of All-Day Energy
Fueling for competition is a great way to get an edge over other competitors. I see this all the time at local competitions.
Some athletes have a plan, bring food, and know exactly what their body needs and when, while others are haphazard and fueling inappropriately.
Are you getting enough Vitamin T?
Let’s be honest, most of us are no stranger to the afternoon slump.
That time of the day, usually an hour or two after lunch, where your energy takes an inconvenient nosedive prompting a hustle to the coffee maker and a remarkable slow down of just about everything productive.
Why All Macro Prescriptions Are Wrong, and Why You Still Need Them
Medical professionals have long used blood testing to get a look “under the hood” of our bodies to assess health and risk factors. But what about how we FEEL? No marker is a better barometer for quality of life than a man’s total testosterone number. (Ladies, you’re important too but this post is specifically for the fellas.)
This is going to sound strange, but our macronutrient prescriptions are wrong. In fact, I’ll go so far as to say ALL macro prescriptions are wrong – but that doesn’t mean you don’t need one! If you’re confused at this point, let me be more specific.