Here is what they don’t want you to know. There are a lot of myths in the health and fitness industry and one of them is avoiding foods based on their GI, otherwise known as Glycemic Index. Due to these misconceptions about GI it has become a great marketing ploy for companies to tick consumers into thinking their product is superior by often relating it to lowering blood sugar levels and insulin. This has also been used by personal trainers in a lazy way to get their clients
STOP with the Crazy PEAK WEEK Strategies that are wrecking your physique on show day. With Peak Week for shows just around the corner, and taking someone through this right now, the amount of absurd tactics that gets thrown around among coaches and competitors in regards Peak Week strategies is always concerning. Plenty of coaches and competitors like to think they have the secret to looking lean, dry and massive on stage, and that the “magic” is held in water and sodium mani
We have all woken up the next morning and felt guilty about the amount of bad food we ate the night before. We had a pizza night with friends, or went out for burgers, or sat on the couch eating a tub of ice cream watching titanic. We jump on the scales and it doesn’t look good, we have gained weight! We lift up our top and stare at our stomachs and think we have blown it! Well have you? Let’s look at what it takes to get fat Remember I’ve spoken about having a calorie or por
Don’t want to fail on your next diet? You won’t believe these 2 easy strategies will set you up for success. We are constantly bombarded and told all the time to eat healthy foods (fruits, veggies, protein, eat less sugar, processed, and dairy products) and that is all well and good, but when we try this diet we fail! It’s too much of a habit shift to change the way we eat now and switch to that type of diet. That diet doesn’t suit your lifestyle and situation right now. I co
Ever wondered why you can stick to a diet, have an uncontrollable binge or regain all your weight and more once the diet is over. It’s not your fault! Your trainer or online guru is being lazy by: making cookie cutter plans, not wanting to put in the time and effort into making a custom portion controlled diet. they restrict you from eating types of foods that are perfectly harmless. Unless you have an intolerance or social reason you should not be avoiding food groups or typ
Calorie counting has gotten a bad rap because it seen as a difficult task, but is it really? You be the judge. Calorie counting is commonly used by physique competitors, weight class sports, or people with a personality type that is meticulous, needs rules and structure, and want to education themselves on the composition of foods. Here are the 4 easy steps to Calorie Counting Step 1 Two simple measuring tools…digital food scales and calorie counting app (myfitnesspal). Step
Your weapon of choice is Portion Control Portion Controlled diets have successfully been used for years long before calorie counting apps! Weapon of choice of big companies like Lite n Easy, Jenny Craig, and even old skool bodybuilders. Here are the 5 easy steps to Portion Control Step 1 You need a measuring tool…something that you have with you every time you eat…your HAND.
What’s good is they are unique and most of the time proportional to your body size.