Today on the podcast:
Today’s episode is a solo Q+A.
- 04:44 Food plans vs eating “normally” and how to transition or stop feeling guilty for eating “wrong”?
- 19:27 Is there a limit on how long you can be in a calorie deficit?
- 26:53 Is it harder to lose weight as we get older? (from a female who just turned 40)
- 34:51 Any tips on what to do after reaching a goal? I seem to be lost now and getting a bit depressed.
- 41:05 How to choose a personal trainer
- 46:48 Nitro vs Raw recap
- 48:36 Brian’s hot/cold routine
- 54:31 What gym program/split would you suggest for long-distance runners who want to have a good muscle build?
- 1:02:28 Mental strength – tips on tricks for building it
- The best nutritional strategy is one that fits into your lifestyle and schedule, includes foods that you enjoy, and you can stick to over the long-term.
- The best nutritional plan is the one that doesn’t really feel like a diet but is in alignment with your goals.
- Habits that you’ve been doing for the last three months are considerably easier to change than ones you’ve been doing for the last three years. And they are not even close to being easier to change than ones you’ve been doing for 30 years.
- You’re getting exactly what you want regardless of how clear you are on that – conscious or subconscious.
- It’s considerably easier to maintain muscle and do endurance events than it is to build muscle and do endurance events. The reason for that is, these are goals that are pulling from opposite sides.
- Building mental strength is largely down to conditioning yourself to do the things you need to do regardless of how you feel.