Tag Archive for: dieting

Tag Archive for: dieting

When Good Fitness Habits Go Bad

When Good Fitness Habits Go Bad

June 21, 2014

We all begin our fitness journeys with the best of intentions. We want to look better, feel better, regain our confidence, and be healthier overall. So we embrace the wealth of information out there in books, websites, and locked in the brains of smart trainers and nutrition...

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Plan to Fail

Plan to Fail

May 17, 2014

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail. We all know that famous adage, right? Well, what if we planned to plan to fail? Failing in and of itself isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I’d argue, in fact, that in order to truly thrive, you will experience far more failures with on...

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How I Eat

How I Eat

February 12, 2014

I haven’t been counting macros for the past few months. And it’s been glorious. Allow me to explain. Yes, I’m well aware that this may appear to be an oxymoron, given that I just recently published my e-book, How to Count Macros. But if you’ve purchased the product a...

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The true definition of fat loss success

The true definition of fat loss success

December 24, 2013

There are so many ways to shed fat. I know this, you know this, we all know this. You can starve yourself thin – but for about a thousand different reasons, that’s not the best idea. You can put yourself on a strict competition prep diet. You can go on two dozen differen...

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6 Reasons You’re Not Making Progress

6 Reasons You’re Not Making Progress

December 13, 2013

You’ve been working your booty off for the past six months, and you’re on the verge of throwing in the towel because so far, you’ve got nothing—nothing!—to show for your efforts. No progress. None—at least that you can see. You’re convinced you&...

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Escaping the Quicksand of Eating Disorders

Escaping the Quicksand of Eating Disorders

November 17, 2013

She’s the epitome of health. She exercises religiously five days a week – consisting of four days of heavy strength training coupled with two to three short, intense sprint sessions – and never, ever misses a workout. She preps all her food in bulk at the beginning of ...

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Why Slow and Steady Wins the Fat Loss Race

Why Slow and Steady Wins the Fat Loss Race

November 7, 2013

Dieting is never thought of as an easy process. Granted, for most of us, it’s not. The journey is undeniably simple — stick to this food list, consume this many calories, and so on and so forth. Yet execution isn’t always a success. All of a sudden, everything ...

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