Here is a popular question that is often asked to me and I'm sure my colleagues. Question being, do I need supplements? Well, as most things in life that is a "depends" answer. In general, if you are eating a diet that meets all your daily needs in terms of vitamins and minerals, fiber, and caloric goals, then supplements are probably not needed in my opinion. Here are some suggestions I always ask people before they dive into the mysterious world of supplements.
While protein does manage to avoid negative press in a way that is not at all similar to what happens with carbs and fats, there are still so many misconceptions that are associated with protein these days. The more we learn about these necessary substances, the more we tend to become confused. This is why myths appear. Let us mention some protein myths that are really common and that you do need to stop thinking about as they are completely false.Protein Is Always Created Equally
Most people in Bethesda put a heightened focus on diet and fitness. I highly commend them for striving to be healthier because this is something our bodies want. However, if the wrong steps are taken by exercisers in Bethesda, they could end up making mistakes in their diet and fitness. Below, are the three most common diet and fitness mistakes in Bethesda.
Many health and fitness experts have latched onto the organic living trend, and rightfully so. Eating these healthy foods not only helps to promote a better overall level of fitness, but can also improve your health significantly. When it comes to weight loss pills, many of these same individuals are touting natural ingredients as the key to success as well. Unfortunately, these ingredients on their own do very little, as most people already get many of these in their normal diet and still struggle with their weight.
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In a little over a year since I became a full-time trainer for the YMCA, I've been approached by seven individuals who have a business proposal (creating a side business) that will supposedly grant me financial freedom. I've often found these individuals to be a bit ignorant in what is permissible for a personal trainer. Most of them are unaware of the fact that I do have a scope of practice to follow. Most of them just assume that because I am a personal trainer, that whatever they have to sell (health products, supplements, drinks, etc.), will be an easy sell to
Supplements that improve your performance are known as ergogenic aids and there is a long list of them that you shouldn’t take. Some however can be taken safely are readily available…introducing your morning cup o’ joe! Yes, coffee, or more specifically caffeine, can be and has been used as an aid to performance for a long time.
So I have been trying to keep working out hard, but have been feeling a little unmotivated. This weekend, I went and purchased some more protein, as well as Epic's test booster as well as fat burning stack. They were really a package deal, so it saved me money.
How many times a day, week, month do you have clients/strangers come up to you and ask you about your nutrition? I am always surprised when I start to break down how many people I talk to about nutrition and find out those numbers range from 30-100+ a month. What advice are you giving them? Are you suggesting the Whole 30 diet? Paleo? Eating Organic? Or just marketing certain grains and vegetables that you have found work for you? Anyway you are answering this question you are helping someone else make money.