coach

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

February 18, 2020

with ・・・ A day in the life of “Mig’s Macros” 😬. I often get asked by our members what I eat? So, here’s what a typical day looks like for me. It’s important to keep in mind… I’ve been logging macros in MyFitPal & weighing my food for a lil over 4 years. It’s not for everyone & most of us don’t have to be super strict with it but it’s definitely helped keep me consistent & accountable. Also, 🏻‍♀️ My Calories/Macros have changed a lot over that time. As they should depending on how I feel & my current goals. Over the past year of coaching nutrition, I now understand that Nutrition really isn’t complicated but every athlete is different & it’s my job to help guide them to success. Perfection is definitely not the approach that helped me or my nutrition clients. But it ultimately comes down to consistency & practice. I eat it ALL yes, even the occasional ! The key is finding a balance that works for you & knowing that mistakes will happen but slow & steady progress is where long life habits happen. If you’d like Info on Nutrition or private Coaching me @ 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 🥕