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February 25, 2020

Here’s what a day of food looks like for Coach . Coach Valentina started off with logging, tracking & weighing her food daily for a few months but now a full time student & Coach she finds it more convenient to use the plate method. On Sundays Coach preps just her protein for the week. Using different cooking methods like the stove top, oven & air fryer to save on time for studying 🖊 🏻‍. She prefers to eat the same lunch & dinner, making sure to consume about 1g of lean protein per 1lb of her Body Weight. Right now her lifestyle supports her goals of becoming a Firefighter/EMT. Her diet fuels her busy schedule & training without the stress of logging every single detail. If you’d like info on our Nutrition program or 1:1 private Coaching please email our certified nutrition Coach at Nutrition.com

March 5, 2020

here’s what a day of food 🥘 🥦 🥩 looks like for Coach & Owner of Siege . Adrien logged macros for a short while and based on that experience he learned his portions and currently uses the plate method. Adrien is a fan of keeping things simple. This takes out the guess work, when you‘re aware of what your plate should look like. He eats 3 full meals with a snack in the afternoon And does not meal prep. Adrien trains 4 days a week, Combining protein and carbs with every meal and fueling after training. If you’d like info on our Nutrition program or 1:1 private Coaching please email our certified nutrition Coach at Nutrition.com

March 6, 2020

Are your weekends hindering your nutrition 🥑🥦🥕goals? Are you in a calorie deficit Mon-Thur till Happy Hour 🥃 on Friday? Do you earn 200+ MEPS in a Sat WOD & “treat yo-self” 🥐🌮post WOD? Or Do you “brunch it up” 🥂🍾🧇🥞on Sundays and who cares because you already ate French Toast so 🤷🏻‍♀️! If any of this sounds familiar this graph shows why you’re not actually in a calorie deficit. Nutrition is not about perfection you can keep things simple & enjoy an occasional treat but the fact still remains, you cannot out train a bad diet. Both quantity & quality affect overall performance, health & the elusive “6-pack”. If you’d like info on our Nutrition program or 1:1 private Coaching please email our certified nutrition Coach at Nutrition.com 🥕

March 9, 2020

Here’s a day of food 🥦 for Coach . Justin roughly tracks macros. He focuses on getting enough carbs and protein pre and post workout. As it allows him to easily put on size or burn body fat just by switching his numbers if need. Justin’s idea of meal prepping is… Grilling a bunch of lean protein on Sunday and Wednesday and steaming bags of rice and veggies His main goal is to maintain and put on size so he eats a lot. About 4 meals a day with a lot of snacks. Justin trains about 5-6 days a week. And tries to squat heavy at least once a week and get a long endurance WOD once a week. On the weekends he’ll fast because of his busy schedule. So when he eats it’s usually a big meal. Everything in moderation though. Coach Justin’s advice for anyone trying to improve their nutrition. “Plan ahead and have fun with it. Your diet shouldn’t stress you out.” -Justin If you’d like info on our Nutrition program, how to log Macros, Get an InBody analysis or 1:1 private nutrition Coaching please email our certified nutrition Coach at Nutrition.com