We hear a lot about the Paleo Diet and while its
a step in the right direction, it doesn’t
account for “The Human Behavior Aspect”
We’re too far along the fast food and sugar
lanes to cut out these foods for any length
In my experience, you’ll do much better with
client retention and long term results by
NOT cutting out certain foods.
Instead, have your clients focus on how they
feel after eating certain foods. Could it be
the food, the combination of foods?
If they feel tired, bloated then most likely
the problem was how the meal was constructed.
I’ve lost 30 lbs long term since following these
methods. 20 of those pounds have been erased
since just last year.
I feel energetic, strong and ready to take
on any challenge.
Current weight? 176lbs.
Never thought I’d allow that low of a body weight
but since my strength is still up there and
my energy levels are too, what the heck.
It feels great!
Reading Rich Fronings “First – What It Takes
To Win” and read where Rich eats sugar, avoids
pasta because it makes his stomach feel funny.
Wonder Why? Could it be impaired digestion?
So choose a nutritional program
that you can live with long term. Don’t try to
cut out certain foods – you’ll set yourself up
My bootcamp clients struggle the most with their
diets. They can handle the workouts. Heck, that’s
fun compared to trying to figure out what to eat
at night when they’re alone sitting on the couch
in front of the boob tube.
Hundreds of food commercials targeting them with
their confusing messages – telling them it’s “light”,
“sugar free”, “no fat”, “only 100 calories”, etc.
Work on understanding “Food Science” and how
certain macronutrients affect each other during
More on this important topic coming!
Barbell Clean and Jerk up to 225lbs
Barbell Squat x 20 reps
5 30″ Box Jumps
500 meter row
– Scott York