There is a lot of information out there about nutrient timing, especially when it comes to what we should eat before, during, and after exercise. Do you load up on carbs beforehand? Do you need BCAAs mid-workout to keep up your energy? If you aren't able to chug a protein shake within 20 minutes of … Continue reading Everything You Need to Know about Workout Nutrition
If you've ever hopped on a treadmill or elliptical you've probably seen it: a screen that tells you when you are in the "fat burning zone" vs. the "cardio zone". In theory, this means that you should stay at this zone to trick your body into burning more fat than carbs in your workout. Maybe … Continue reading The Myth of the Fat Burning Zone
Confession time: I'm naturally a very anxious person. You might not think it since the internet is a place where nobody likes to air their dirty laundry (myself included!), but I have been dealing with panic attacks and bouts of depression for over a decade. I'm talking full on, shaking, can't breathe, feel like my … Continue reading Could Stress Be Making You Fat? Here’s What You Need To Know
As a personal trainer and nutrition coach, I get asked about motivation a lot. It seems like this is the one elusive concept that clients and friends feel is holding them back from reaching their full potential--"How do you stay motivated to workout?" "How can I get motivated to get up early and meal prep?" … Continue reading Motivation Is Useless–Here Is What You Really Need To Succeed At Weight Loss
Keeping in line with our conversation about obstacles last week, I want to talk about one that comes up a lot: what do you do when you don't have access to a gym? It's a valid question. When you see all these workouts based around heavy weights and fancy equipment it can be overwhelming to … Continue reading No Gym? No Problem. At At Home Workout with No Excuses.