Posts in the Category "Fat Loss"


The Food is “Just Fuel” mentality

It’s just food right? Is it really that simple? One of the major issues that come up for clients, is that they are eating emotionally and they just don’t know how to stop it. Of course this brings feeling of guilt, shame, and weakness. All these people that successfully get in shape say that food.. Read more →


How many times per day should you eat?

  How many times a day should you eat? This is a common question and there’s a ton of outdated broscience out there claiming that the more frequently you eat, the higher your metabolism will be. #nope. In truth, when you control calories, you will burn just as much fat as someone who eats 6x a.. Read more →


Calories count!

Having trouble with fat loss. Do you track what your eating? Many people do not count what they consider ‘incidentals’. you know, that lick off a spoon, that last square of the sandwich your wee ones didnt finish off their plate or you just grab a quick bite out of the bag in the pantry… Read more →


Opportunity Cost

“the unrealized flow of utility from the alternatives a choice displaces” (Frederick, Novemsky, Wang, Dhar, & Nowlis, 2009). I saw this on a blog yesterday (credit to Justin Kompf and Tony Gentilcore) and I thought it was great and “on point”. To reach (even maintain) health and physique goals, there are choices-a lifestyle design-which must.. Read more →


Fat Loss Plateaus and Stalls

If the drop in scale weight has slowed or completely stalled, here are some random thoughts and insights, in no particular order, to help you wrap your head around it and, more importantly, what to actually do about. 1. One, the scale number doesn’t tell the entire story. There is a reason we here at.. Read more →


The top 3 foods you should avoid

People need to stop assigning morality to their foods. Ultimately, eating “bad” foods will make you feel guilty. Any time you associate an emotion with what you eat, you are headed towards a bad place. There are no inherently “good” or “bad” foods in the context of one’s overall diet. When clients first sign on.. Read more →