In order to take yourself to the next level with training and nutrition, your practices need to be a work in progress. The practices of aligning your habits with your goal will be necessary. Working on your mindset around fat
Summer is the time where we often find ourselves vacationing and busy with kids and life! Lack of motivation is a common problem when it comes to maintaining a specifically healthy diet and exercise routine. This is not something unusual.
Keeping fat off after a diet can be a challenging task, but it’s essential to maintain long-term weight loss and a healthy lifestyle. Here are some tips that can help. 1. Keep a healthy and balanced diet: Don’t go back
Sustaining fat loss long term requires a combination of healthy eating habits, regular physical activity, and lifestyle changes. Habits are essential to long-term sustainability with fat loss and overall health. When we start to prioritize things like having protein at every
Exercise gets a lot of attention when it comes to discussions about health and well-being. And it should because a solid workout routine not only comes with many great physical benefits, but it also fosters mental and emotional health. However,
I received an email from a beautiful female asking about how long it would take for her to build a healthy relationship with food and with her body image. That is such a heavy question to answer without getting to
Thanksgiving is 1 meal and a lot of fun. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to have fellowship with your family and friends this Thanksgiving. Please remember, we are flexible dieters, this one day will not be full of anxiety.
We are ALWAYS in one of 3 possible states of haphazard or strict calorie balance: 1. CALORIES ARE BALANCED when an individual’s intake of calories via food and drink is the same as his/her expenditure on activity and body
The “ Art of Tracking “ scale weight more accurately while tracking macros is all In the fine tuning. The scale can fluctuate a lot while you diet. 1-3 lbs for any reason is normal. Water intake is a variable
One of the biggest diet motivation-busters is the dreaded weight loss plateau. You’ve been doing everything right, exercising and eating well, and the numbers on the scale have been steadily dropping. Then suddenly: NOTHING… There are so many normal