Posted on Feb 17, 2017
When you cook your own meals, in your own house, with your own rules, eating healthy is relatively simple.
However, life / health outside your fortress of solitude is messier. As social animals us humans unfortunately must go out into the world and interact with other people. Ugggggggggh.
Most of the time this “interacting with other people” means having less control ov...
Posted on Feb 09, 2017
I’m going to show you how to cut through dietary confusion and frustration to customize your diet to your liking.
After reading this you’ll possess the tools you need to instinctively make good dietary decisions. You’ll be more adaptable; no longer will you be tied or restricted to your diet. You'll be able to make healthy decisions on the fly with confidence.
The first step to achieving this is learning to read nutrition labels. The cool thing is after some practice you won’t need to read labels or put so much thought into nutrition.
Your life will be much simpler. Nutritional decisions wi...
Posted on Feb 01, 2017
There are things you keep saying you want to do, yet whenever you actually have time for them, you don’t feel like it anymore-- you don’t have the energy.
Your back is achy. You’re wiped. Microwaving dinner might as well be climbing Mount Everest.
Your body feels reminiscent of the limp noodles you tossed in the microwave. Even when work is good, the hours you spend slumped over the steering wheel -- your head pounding from the stress of traffic -- sucks the life out of you.
It’s much easier to crush some episodes of Bob’s Burgers on Netflix than it is to crack into a book, cook healthy food...
Posted on Jan 25, 2017
You’ve probably heard of carbs, fats, and proteins AKA macronutrients.
A basic understanding of macronutrients is necessary because it’ll help you make healthy, informed dietary decisions that support your fitness goals, be it leaning out, building muscle, or living a longer, healthier life.
No single macronutrient is responsible for obesity. Fortunately, there’s no need to ever eliminate any one macronutrient entirely. In this post I’ll explain why and what to do instead.
Each macronutrient (macro for short) has a different primary function crucial for boosting performance, health, and leann...
Posted on Dec 26, 2016
I had a client named Sarah who traveled a lot for work.
At least once a month. Oftentimes more.
Yet, she still built tons of definition in her arms, her butt got bigger, and she had more muscle tone overall, which is awesome because those were her goals. She crushed it.
Oh yeah, she also had a toddler. Side note: Her kid was freakin’ adorable and one time came in and started trying to copy her mom doing deadbugs. Super adorbz. But I digress. Point is, she had a lot of responsibilities.
So how did she do it? How did she reach her goals with so much going on?
I’m going to tell you how she d...
You don’t need to spend all of your life-force on your fat loss pursuits to get that line of definition on the back of your arms that makes wearing a tank top feel more awesome.
I'm going to show you how.
With the right strategies, you can reach your fitness goals and still live your life.
In this post I'll show you how to cut down gym time for better results. I’ll give you tactics you can start implementing today to minimize your gym time, get as sexy as you wanna be, and have time for the rest of your life.
In fact, I wrote an entire other blog ...
Posted on Dec 01, 2016
Why 11 lbs and not 10?
You have a reason, probably many reasons, why you want to lose weight. What drew you to that specific number, 10 that is?
Just some food for thought, as I discuss what you need to know to lose weight, whether it’s 5 lbs, 10 lbs, or 22.7 lbs :)
Whatever you do the most creates the greatest impact. Whether it’s
listening to Taylor Swift slamming beers with your bros, or eating salads, whatever you do the most will have the most noticeable impact on your physique.
No one ever gained 5 lbs from one pizza and no one ever lost 5lbs from o...
Posted on Nov 03, 2016
Long story short, because these exercises use tons of muscle they burn more calories and crank up your metabolism much more than "isolation" exercises like sit-ups or bicep curls.
These 4 crucial exercises are crucial because:
Posted on Oct 20, 2016
I wrote this article because I want to make your life easier. Because I know how frustrating, confusing, and hard it can to put tons of effort into something with no result.
I'm also giving you a free gift at the end of this article by the way :)
Unfortunately, hard work and progress aren’t a 1-to-1 relationship. This makes it all too easy to get frustrated with stalled progress--the task begins to feel hopeless.
And because I like you, I’ve assembled a list of solutions to the most frustrating fat loss pitfalls.
Here are 5 mistakes my online clients conquer to stay motivated and end their f...
Posted on Oct 12, 2016
Knowledge has little to do with how fit you are. In fact, much of how I help my online clients is helping them stop thinking so much to get some clarity on this fitness stuff.
And admittedly, fitness can be really complicated. This post will give you some strategies to help you not let your over-thinking tendencies slow your actions, or your progress.
Health and fitness is hard enough as it is.
Overthinking is a problem because of the “over” part. Overthinking means you’re not acting, or you’re acting in a frazzled confused way, not in the consistent, steadfast, resilient way you need to.