Macros For Fat Loss

The best way to set your macros to lose fat. Let's start with distinguishing calories and macros. Calories are a unit of measurement. It doesn't matter if you have 100 calories from a donut or 100 calories from chicken, it's still 100 calories. Calories measure the energy from that food. The difference is the macro nutrients. That is your protein, carbs and fat the make up the food. So, a donut would have more fat and carbs to make up 100 calories vs chicken being comprised o

Do You Need a Protein Shake to Lose Weight?

Protein is an important nutrient for weight loss and "forming" your body. Doesn't matter if you're male or female. To keep it simple, when trying to lose weight, hit your protein factor and stay under your caloric ceiling. Each person has a different requirement and that's something you want to discuss and plan with your coach. Your average person does not need a protein shake to meet their daily requirements, but I'm assuming anyone reading this is actively lifting weights o

Tips to Boost Motivation

Most people know what they should be doing. Problem is, knowledge isn't the issue. For example, most likely you know... 1. You should eat more fruits, vegetables, and lean protein. Less processed junk. 2. You should workout -- hard -- at least 3x/week. Ideally more. 3. You should drink lot's of water, quit spending so much time on your phone, and get more quality sleep. But we don't do it consistently...We hold ourselves back with our nerves and limiting beliefs. Am I right?

Why You're Not Losing Weight

This article goes through 3 common reasons why you're not losing weight. 1. You might be losing weight without realizing it. If you're basing your progress on the scale, don't freak out just yet. The scale does not take into account your body fat percentage. Your body weight will fluctuate daily based on foods, hormones and water retention. It is also possible that if you're weight lifting (which I highly recommend doing), you may be gaining muscle at the same time as losing