In terms of body composition goals and management, nutrition is, by far, the most important factor, much more than exercise. For years, researchers and medical professionals have touted that it’s not what you eat, but rather that you simply don’t exercise enough and that exercise alone will fix your body composition issues. That unfortunately is untrue. Have you ever tried to workout to lose weight without diet modification? It is a never ending path to futility where you workout for ever harder and longer sessions until you burn out or result in injury.
Nutrition is hard. It’s confusing. There are so many fads out there and experts touting this or that diet. Who do you believe?
Have you tried to lose weight only to fall off the wagon a few weeks later? Are you discouraged by lack of results? Do you hop from diet to diet hoping for something better but nothing seems to stick? Do you find it hard to impossible to control your eating pattern no matter how hard you try?
Habits are the basis for true success in nutritional change. Once you understand how to imprint new habits (which abolish old ones), you will be able to imprint and maintain positive change in your nutritional patterns and enable you to seamlessly maintain your body composition no matter what your goals are, whether it’s just fat loss or body composition change or for performance.
I provide nutrition services powered by Precision Nutrition’s ProCoach software and as well as customized services. Nutrition is highly dependent on the individual and their own goals, and rarely does one solution fit all. At the beginning, we sit down and determine what your individual goals are and develop a plan accordingly. I introduce good nutrition practices and use habit based techniques to reinforce them so that you can sustain your goals if/when coaching ends. Weight/fat loss, managing body composition, and nutrition for performance and recovery are my favorite areas in which to work.
I have been a Precision Nutrition Level 2 Certified Professional since November 2018.
I would highly suggest contacting me for information before we start. We can discuss what kind of nutritional consulting would work best for you.