Let's Talk Nutrition
Congratulations! You've made the decision to get serious about your health and fitness – now you want to see RESULTS and see them fast!
Our goal is to Our goal is to make nutrition as simple as possible for you!
Making healthier choices is your secret weapon in the quest to get your best body ever. It will help you boost your metabolism, burn more fat and increase your energy dramatically.
An effective exercise program is crucial, but the foods you eat will make or break your efforts. You could be following the best designed workouts in the world, but you won‘t lose fat if you don't change your nutrition habits.
You Cant Out Train A Poor Diet
Nutrition is about 75% or more responsible for how your body looks, feels and performs. After today, you will not only find the answers to your questions, but solutions that guarantee your results – all by making a few small changes to the way you eat.
Yes…Nutrition is that powerful! Now don‘t expect to start eating perfectly tomorrow, just like setting your fitness goals, you must be realistic. Instead, begin by slowly building up to making choices that are a little bit better and more supportive than the day before. Initially aim for 2-3 improvements each week. Making these small nutritional changes will quickly add up to amazing results as you gain control over your metabolism.
Watch The Nutrition Seminar
Here are a few of the topics we discuss in the seminar
- Eating For Your Body Type
- Carbohydrate Timing
- How Many Calories You Should Eat
- Meal Planning and Food Prep
- Easiest Way To Measure Portion Sizes
- Anytime Meals
- Post Workout Meals
Start Planing Out Your Meals For The Week
First split your meals into two categories:
1. Anytime meals- Protein + Vegetables + Healthy Fats + Water
2. Post workout meals- Protein + Starch + Vegetables/Fruits + Water *Your largest meal of the day should be the meal immediately following your workout.
Use the guide below to help plan out your meals for the week based on your daily schedule
Download The Weekly Meal Planning Cheet Sheet
Start Keeping A Food Journal
Nutrition is about 75% or more responsible for your success. So the faster you get dialed in with the nutrition, the faster you will see the results of all of your hard work. To make sure that you are on the right track we want you to keep a food journal for at least the first two weeks so we can take a look and make sure that you are on the right track.
You can use a note pad, an app like MyFitnessPal, or the journal we provided you below.
Write down everything you eat and drink and the time (Good or Bad). If you know the calories and break down of the calories that is even better, but not required.
If you bring your journal in we can review it with you each week
Download The 30-Day Food Tracker Sheet
Meal Plans and Guides
Sample 14 Day Meal Plans & Recipes
Ideally you will use the meal planning cheet sheet and start creating your own meal plans using the "Anytime meals" and "Post Workout meals" based on your daily schedule, however here are a few different sample meal plans that you can print out and use right away.
Here are some 14-Day Meal plans that come complete with delicious recipes that you and your family will love. These 14-Day Meal Plan & Recipes Are Based On A 1750 Calorie per day meal plan. Please note that each meal plan can be further customized by you, by simply just add more or less starches based on you body time and your energy needs or by modifying the portion sizes.
7-Day Meal Plans Based On Training Time
Here are some sample 7-day meal plans based on the time that you workout. Please note that each meal plan can be further customized by you, by simply just add more or less starches based on you body time and your energy needs or by modifying the portion sizes.