Call me what you like, but my diet doesn’t need a name.
This one is for the athletes, influencers, trainers and coaches of social media. Your content comes with a responsibility and it’s time to own up to it. The general public deserves it, and both your business and sport demands it. It doesn’t matter whether your focus is on aesthetics, strength or endurance. Your followers are…
A low carb diet is one where less than 40% of your total calories comes from carbs. A ketogenic diet calls for no more than 10% of total calories coming from carbs. A single fruit could put you over the “limit.”
I am exceptionally proud of my body, it is truly the healthiest it has ever been. But I seldom post before and afters to “inspire” because I know it only accomplishes 2 things: validates my insecurities and provides a basis for comparison to those most vulnerable. Eating disorders live inside of “healthy weight” bodies, “overweight”…
I know it can feel catastrophic to have not made any sizeable progress, but a lack of regression IS sometimes progress.
This is a sensitive topic because a new job has forced me leave the best strength gym in the GTA, leaving me to shop for a new place that is willing to accommodate my obnoxious grunting.
Shout out to Albert Einstein for the following quote: “Anyone who has never made a mistake has never tried anything new.” Thankfully, I absolutely love change. This also means I have a laundry list of stupid training and nutrition decisions.
I already see this ruffling more than a few feathers.
Cardio is considered by the general public as a key driver of fat-loss. Move more + eat less = lose weight? Great concept… apparently unless you’re me.
Outside of the fitness and lifting communities, people have very limited knowledge on how effective and sustainable dieting and weight loss actually works.