Good Nutrition Leads to Great Results
One of my clients said it best: “I come in here, work out so hard and kill these workouts, but the food is the toughest thing.” People generally train for 30-90 minutes during a workout. What many people don’t realize is that the remaining 1,410-1,350 minutes in that day can make or break your results.
What you do with that time will either support or waste your workout. People do so much to tear their bodies down in the gym, thinking that exercise is the most important aspect to losing weight and feeling great. But if there is no proper nutrition to back up your efforts in the gym, you’ll never build muscle or burn fat effectively. You have to strategically and carefully fuel your body in order to have the energy you need to push your fitness to the next level.
Nutrition First, Training Second
My entire health and fitness approach is based off this simple axiom. Nutrition is the foundation that allows you to make amazing progress in the gym. Training hard will help you build muscle, but your nutrition must be on point to see your results. People new to fitness, especially women, often make the mistake of eating too little to fuel their body’s dietary needs.
First, I make sure that each one of my clients unlearns the faulty fitness methods that have hindered their results in the past. Then, I educate them on deciphering their individual needs, helping them become attuned to their body’s responses to exercise and nutritional changes. I want everyone I train to be empowered to take their fitness and nutrition into their own hands correctly and effectively.
This is where I differ from most personal trainers you meet – my mission doesn’t simply end with you losing weight. I want you to be equipped with the knowledge and skills you need to master your fitness and health for a lifetime!
Get Off the Merry-Go-Round
Chances are you have already made several attempts to improve your diet, health, and fitness. Most people who are unfit or overweight have the desire to make positive changes but their attempts are too short-lived to see lasting results. We get energized at the beginning of a new workout program or nutrition plan, but lose steam and motivation to continue when we either don’t see results fast enough, or the going gets tough. And the truth is, without the right resources, putting in hard work at the gym or going on a diet will only get you so far. Soon, we find ourselves falling back into old habits, becoming depressed about our current condition, and the cycle continues to a new diet and exercise plan.
Get off the merry-go-round! Let me guide you through proper nutrition for your body’s individual needs. I have years of training and personal experience navigating the common pitfalls that leave people demoralized and frustrated.
The Three Rules of Food: Flavor, Variety, and Simplicity
The reason people avoid healthy food is that they think it won’t taste good. It’s pretty straightforward – we want food that is satisfying and delicious. We also want to be able to have a variety of foods to choose from. And most of all, we want food preparation to be simple as most of us lead hectic, busy lives. After speaking with hundreds of people about what factors into their food choices each day, I’ve narrowed it down to these three items: flavor, variety, and simplicity.
Connect to Stay Motivated
Consistency is a key component to achieving the results you desire. Let me help you stay motivated to continue eating clean! Become a subscriber for premium access to my valuable Resources page, packed with delicious and easy recipes, healthy meal plans, and nutrition tips. You can also follow me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for consistent encouragement and motivation to help you make the transition into a healthy lifestyle. If you’re ready to take your training to new heights, contact me to set up a private fitness consultation. You can achieve the body of your dreams!
You need to be relentless in your pursuit of a better you. If you don’t have that innate drive right now, I can help you find it. Nutrition is the first step in changing and building a better body.