Plans & Pricing
Are You Cutting It Fine?
March 21, 2017
Want To Build a Booty? Build it.
March 7, 2017
Don't Sweat the Small Stuff.
Cardio and Building Muscle?
February 21, 2017
Struggling To Grow?
February 13, 2017
Eating Healthy for Fat Loss?
February 9, 2017
Shaving for Fat Loss? Hear me out...
February 6, 2017
ACCURACY or CONSISTENCY?
January 31, 2017
HIIT or Steady State Cardio?
January 30, 2017
Maybe it was you? You worked hard.
Eating healthy doesn't automatically mean you'll lose fat.
You can still overeat by eating traditionally 'clean' foods.
You could gain fat eating salads.
I mean, they'd be pretty huge salads and lots of them but it could be done. That's the point.
When looking to achieve fat loss, you need to be in a sensible calorie deficit. This means eating just under the amount you are burning on a weekly basis.
By eating salmon salads, tossed in coconut oil with some diced avocado and chia seeds, you could very easily still eat in excess of your calorie requirements to lose weight. Very easily.
No 'superfood' will make you lose fat more efficiently if you are still eating in a calorie surplus.
A nutritious and healthy diet should be defined by it's variety.
Not brown rice, chicken and broccoli or the above salad I described.
In fact, these restrictive ways of eating can both be counterproductive and unhealthy when it comes to consuming a balance of micronutrients; vitamins and minerals.
Instead, keep variety in your diet if you can.
Quantify the amount you eat.
Adjust this when needed to keep you within a calorie deficit. Not before.
Ensure adequate protein, especially if weight training.
Shoot for 80% single ingredients foods and 20% whatever else you might like to include.
This will help you to eat adequate fibre, meaning your digestion system works effectively.
That's both eating healthy and eating for fat loss.
Eating healthy and eating for fat loss can be two completely separate things. Especially when everyones definition of healthy is skewed.