Yesterday morning, shortly after waking up, I had breakfast: 2 hard-boiled eggs; a bowl of organic oats mixed with raw honey, cinnamon, and a half a cup of berries; and a big cup of organic, black coffee.
Mid-morning, after my workout, I had a protein shake consisting of plant-based protein powder and almond milk; with a banana on the side.
For lunch I had a half a cup of black beans on a bed of Jasmine rice; steamed broccoli; half an avocado; and 1 cup of bone broth.
My dinner consisted of 6 ounces of grass-fed ground beef; a sweet potato; and kale (sautéed in ghee).
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I’ve been lifting weights now for almost 20 years; and I’ve been studying nutrition and exercise science for just about the same amount of time.
One of the many mistakes I made when first starting out as a personal trainer 8 years ago was that I often gave new clients too much, too soon.
I would forget that not everyone was like me; and while this stuff may have come easy to me over the years, for most people it was complicated and extremely challenging, especially later in life—and even more so if they were severely overweight.
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Almost a year ago, I wrote a post titled “The Top 5 Nutritional Myths.”
If you haven’t read it yet, it’s a doozy.
If you know me or have been reading this blog for quite some time, you’d know that one of the things I most hate about the fitness industry is the perpetual amount of misinformation that continues to circulate, no matter how many times proven incorrect.
One of the biggest myths out there is that in order to burn more body fat, we should all eat 6 small(er) meals per day, as opposed to 3 big(ger) ones.
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For those of you that don’t know, I injured my right shoulder pretty badly a few months ago.
I was playing basketball and ran blindly into a screen at about 75% of my full speed.
I sustained a Grade 2 sprain of the AC joint and did not regain full mobility in my shoulder for almost 3 months.
While I still feel a little discomfort, I am back to training at 100% and feel great.
That brings me to the topic of this post.
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