Well, well, well! It’s the new year yet again. Every year, millions of people set resolutions and make bucket lists for themselves in hopes of improving habits that affect the quality of their lives. Most of the time, these resolutions have something to do with reaching fitness and nutrition goals. As a personal trainer and nutrition coach, I always want to make good information readily available to my current and prospective clients in hopes of giving them the boost they need.
In 2017, I was invited to do an interview discussing nutrition for the popular website BlackDoctor.org. The site offers a plethora of health and wellness information and tips from a wide range of experts including doctors, nutritionists, and personal trainers. The interview received over 37,000 views along with quite a few questions which addressed some of the most common misconceptions people have about whole nutrition. I thought it might be a good idea to share the video with you all again with this being the time that quite a few people hone in on their commitment to a healthier lifestyle.
My nutrition habits have changed quite a bit since I did this interview. I no longer eat meat and I’ve also slightly adjusted my approach to assigning macronutrients to my meals throughout the day. Those adjustments have yielded results in my body composition that I’m pretty darn proud of. In my social media posts, I speak a lot about how my plant-based diet has helped me attain the muscle mass that had been elusive to me in former years of training. Feel free to follow me on Facebook and Instagram to get a closer look at my training and nutrition concepts. You can watch the interview with BlackDoctor.org here. I truly hope it encourages you to get out there and either start or continue to kick butt achieving those goals. Don’t hesitate to let me know if you have any questions at all.
Wishing you the Happiest, Healthiest New Year Ever!