Nutrition is very confusing.
You log in on Facebook and you see your friend is going on the Keto diet, the Detox diet, or the Grapefruit client. It can all be quite overwhelming. Do any of these diets even work?
Whichever ‘diet’ you choose, be prepared to do it for the long haul. After all, this is a lifestyle choice. Honestly, I have a love/hate relationship with “Challenges”. I love it that it’ll motivate you to get started, but I hate it because I truly believe that nutrition and fitness do not have a set start date and end date. Your nutrition and fitness should continue to change as you see progress and get closer to your goals.
However, I get it. It’s hard to start. Where do you start??? How do you get started???
Here are Three Areas that Some Struggle with When it comes to Nutrition:
a) There are some who just eat and indulge whatever is convenient and easy, and do their best to make the best choice yet lack direction on what to really eat to reach their goals.
b) There are some who know how to eat, “healthy”, but have problems with implementation.
c) There are some who think they eat “healthy”, yet their main goal is still to lose weight. There are misconceptions on the definition of healthy. Is brown rice healthier than white rice? The answer may surprise you. I’d rather have white rice. Brown rice can have greater traces of arsenic. In terms of white or brown having an impact on weight, they’re both carbs. The discussion should be a matter of portion control.
What do you struggle with the most? Reply back with your answer. I’d love to hear from you…
Because nutrition and fitness can be so confusing, I’ve put together the6 Week Jump Start Program designed to add to yourknowledge and relationship with food, and coach you to implement that knowledge. You’ll receive a taste of what our nutrition clients experience at a fraction of what nutrition coaching typically goes for.
Does this program work? 3 years ago, I was 60 pounds heavier. I was an overweight personal trainer….Nutrition coaching has helped me personally lose over 60 pounds to date. Pretty ironic?
I’m far from perfect. Through my weight gain and weight loss journey, I have a greater understanding of the challenges you may have with your fitness and nutrition.
I still work with a nutrition coach to this day and can still enjoy my favourite cheat foods every week. Eating “healthy” is not about deprivation or starvation! My nutrition also continues to evolve as I continue to see progress.
My wife and I also now own a nutrition coaching business. We’ve included some of those services into this particular program to help you see even better results. As well, we’ve put this program together because the information out there is just so confusing and misleading!
The 6 Week Jump Start Program also includes 12 of our semi private personal training sessions! BTW, our sessions are small and intimate averaging only 3 to 6 clients, as opposed to a large bootcamps of 20 to 30+ people. We like our sessions small, so that you receive 1-on-1 attention from your personal trainer, giving you much faster and safer results.