I’ve been gone for far too long. Summer’s just around the corner, so it is oh so necessary for me to fire up the blog posts once again and start DROPPIN SOME KNOWLEDGE BOMBS!!! Let me serve one up for you really quick. CG3.0 Word Problem of the Day: Katie loves Krispy Kreme. Katie buys
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Walk into your gym and much like the weights and exercise equipment are divided into sections, so too are the members. I guess naturally people gravitate towards people of similar interests, and that is fine. However, the issue I have is when people begin to criticize others for not training the same way they are.
I just celebrated my 29th bday in LA where I got to watch the Crossfit Games live. The weekend was full of inspiring moments, and happy to see the direction where my 3.0 Training and Coaching is headed. The best presents I’ve received came in the form of replies from those that I’ve coached, influenced,
It can be tough at first getting into flexible dieting and counting your macros. However, after doing it for so long, it becomes 2nd nature to an extent. Think of it in this way: When you first learn how to type on a computer, it is very weird trying to find the right key, and
**I am making an effort to deliver my posts in the same way I program my own training. I try to keep frequency as consistent/high as possible, but will vary the volume/load…in this case today I’m going switch it up on you with a less lengthier post than normal.** We always ask the wrong question
I want ya’ll to be completely honest…not just with me, but with yourselves. Have you ever binged before at least once in your life? Whether it was at a family party, at a buffet, or perhaps just one weekend when the opening of a fresh pack of cookies resulted in an empty package of cookies.
I’m in a relationship!…with food. We all need food in order to survive, and that is scientific fact. No one, therefore, can refute the statement about themselves being in such a relationship. We have varying degrees of relationships with food, ranging from good to bad, and in some unfortunate cases horrible. A common subject that
I always preach the recurring theme of everything in moderation. I will never criticize anyone for omitting certain foods from their diets, especially if its due to religious, health, or personal preferences. HOWEVER, there are many people who place certain sweets, comfort foods, or even carbs in general
*If you have not read parts 1 & 2 of my nutrition series, stop now and read them here and here. No Whey Protein, Sometimes eating 2 large meals, Sometimes eating 7 smaller meals, Eating meals sometimes after 9 AND that included carbs, re-introduced white starchy carbs like white rice and white bread, consistently did
The topic of nutrition can be very complex and very confusing. I’ve had a large influx of people reaching out to me in the recent weeks to get my take on nutritional principles 3.0 style. My goal is to try and make it as easy as possible, so here are a few definitions and a