sports nutrition

7 Myths That Stand in Your Way to Fitness

As someone who has been involved in the fitness and health industry for almost 20 years, I have a lot to share. My point here is simply that I have seen it all and then have seen it repeat – with a different label and package. I am happy to […]

Sustainability, Not Sustainable – Analogy to Thinking

A push for sustainability in all areas including food, nutrition, diet, agriculture has created some new technologies. Some are worth advancing, some not so much (my opinion). I just want you to take this post and use it to think ALL areas of your life choices. This important new lifestyle has […]

Want to lose weight?

…some research proves a big breakfast is the first step. In reality, it is a very individual thing. For the most part, yes, eating a high protein breakfast with some complex fiber-rich carbohydrates from veggies and fruits and some whole grains will pretty much help you start off on the […]

A Mish-Mash of Mmmmmm

  I love this time of the year for the hearty foods that come around. Knowing that fall is coming, I decided to make and share with you, another of my ‘big pots of goodness’. This one is made up of ingredients common to the fall season, it is very […]

Women’s Power Workout

Again I figured I would share some old training stuff I did with past clients. I had to call this something for you ladies (although gents may partake too of course) so Women’s Power Workout it is! Because I have spent a lot of my time freelance, I tended to […]

Non-Dairy Calcium-Rich Food Sources

Non-Dairy Calcium-Rich Food Sources I am not poo-pooing milk or dairy foods by any means BUTT (get the hilarity in what I just did there lol) there are some people that either cannot actually poop well, get sick or bloated from these foods. The primary reason that milk is drank […]

Bully-Fruit Breakfast 2

First of all, who says that breakfast foods are only for breakfast? In case you didn’t know by now, I am not a huge fan of strict rules and prefer the more contextual approach in that most things should be seen more as guidelines. Don’t get me wrong, there do […]

Partial Boxing Program

  I have learned a lot since working with this client (who btw kicked ass and won yeaaaah!!) but here is a part of his training that helped get him into fighting shape rawr. This isn’t edited or otherwise ‘cuz I likes to keep it real yo and to show […]

Low Salt Diet and Its Negative Effects

Salt, or sodium chloride, is essential for life. In fact, no mineral is more essential to human survival than sodium because it allows nerves to send and receive electrical impulses, helps your muscles stay strong, and keeps your cells and brain functioning. However, sodium chloride (salt) is a nutrient that […]