As a personal trainer, I've had the privilege of working with numerous clients who have achieved remarkable weight loss success and maintained their results over the long haul.
Rise and shine, fearless Challenge Warriors!
We all know that breakfast is the champion of all meals, but let's be real - it's often neglected, especially by busy professionals.
It's Time to Stop the Food Police!
We've all been there - you're at a social gathering, enjoying some delicious snacks and treats, when suddenly someone makes a comment about your food choices. But here's the twist - it's not the usual body shaming about being "too big" or "too heavy." No, this time, it's the dreaded reverse body shaming, targeting those who are fit or skinny, and it's time to put an end to it!
Hey there, fellow runners! As an Obstacle Course Race Junkie and a long-distance running enthusiast, I know firsthand the importance of nutrition when it comes to optimizing performance and recovery on race day.
Practical Tips to Avoid Taking in the Extra Calories
Today I wanted to share with you some of the tricks I tell my clients to use to avoid bad snacking. Eating a healthy snack in between meals can actually be good for you. It helps prevent overeating at lunch and dinner, and could help keep your digestive system active, thus helping you lose weight faster.
The below “tricks” are there to help you avoid the type of snacking that packs a calorie punch. For example, snacks like candies, sodas, fast food, desserts, etc.
Before we get started here I wanted to disclaim that I am not a sushi chef, nor I ever claimed to be a sushi expert. I have been making my own sushi for few years now. The techniques you will find here are mostly what I have learned and found to be the easiest to follow.
Today, I am pleased to announce that the Nutrition Plan used in the Total Transformation Challenge is now part of the members-only All-Access Library!