Committed, or extreme? TLDR at the bottom! When you push your boundaries, things change. When you push too far, you break. I often get the request for more cardio, fewer carbs, longer training sessions, or just fewer calories in general. This mindset is one that we have become accustomed to. The “if some is good,.. Read more →
There are NO quick fixes that will work long term. None. No quick fix can change what is really wrong, your habits and behaviors. If you don’t change, nothing else you do will change you. Your results, successes, failures, and everything else belongs to you. You may not be able to control everything that happens.. Read more →
When discussing lack of progress, and hormone dysfunction I have had more than a few people ask me how to get their doctors to listen to them when they know something is wrong but all tests are coming back “normal” (usually it is incomplete testing and the doctor refuses to dig further). Sometimes you can’t… Read more →
The amount of body fat you have lost (or not lost), muscle you have gained (or lack thereof), strength gained and lost, energy level, and hunger level as it pertains to dieting is feedback. It is your bodies way of giving you information. You can use this to your advantage! Stop hating your body for.. Read more →
Remember, it’s all about sustainable and maintainable. There’s no point in getting in shape if the methodology is not sustainable and the results not maintainable due to how they were achieved in the first place. (because if the methods used are not sustainable, then neither are the results you achieve using them). Think big picture!
I am amazed at the obsession that some competitors or wannabe future competitors have. A body that is all but screaming at you for help and to stop the assault you’re subjecting it to and all they can think about is, “But my dream is to compete, I have to become a pro. I just.. Read more →