I first read about the hierarchy of fat loss over a decade ago, and lately there's been a big resurgence of interest in the topic. Both coaches and athletes alike are keenly interested because so many people are still confused and overwhelmed about nutrition and failing to get results. The hierarchy of fat loss is all about priorities. Get your priorities right and results are guaranteed and overwhelm is gone
What are net carbs? And if your goal is fat loss, do they matter? Should you track them if you’ve chosen a diet with a strict carb limit? Are net carbs even relevant and important, or is it just a marketing gimmick for low carb food products?
Have you ever had a weight loss expert tell you to “throw away your scale”? Or maybe you heard that too much focus on scale weight can turn you into an obsessive-compulsive? But what if I told you that research supports a strong correlation between daily weigh-ins and long term weight loss success? Yes, I said DAILY weigh-ins. Do you think that’s crazy, or could this habit be something that might help you increase your fat loss success? …
Until recently, mindfulness had been nothing more than an abstract concept to me. Something the ultra spiritual and silicon valley folks did. In the past few years, however, I started paying more attention. My curiosities led me to exploring the implications of mindfulness and fat loss
How is it possible that some people are obese but appear healthy? How do we explain this seeming paradox? Can you improve your health while you're still overweight? And if you're fat but healthy, should you bother losing weight at all? Hmmm... interesting questions... and I have answers!
Winter weight gain is a problem. There are many forces conspiring to get you eating more and moving less in the cold months, and studies confirm that this leads to long-term fat gain. Fortunately, these pitfalls are avoidable and the solutions are simple.
Happy Halloween! You think that horror flick you watched or that haunted house you visited was scary? The most terrifying things I’ve ever seen weren't produced by Wes Craven or found in a theme park - they're weight loss fads!
Is bread fattening? Not unless you eat too much of it. Is bread bad for you? Not unless you've got a food intolerance or digestion issue. No reason to hate on bread. The truth [...]
Sometimes the facts about fat loss are disconcerting. There are truths you may not want to hear, but they’re things you need to hear. As Carl Sagan said, “Better the hard truth than a comforting fantasy.” When you learn and accept the truth about fat loss, it’s only then that real change starts to happen.
Not losing fat? Not gaining muscle? Thinking you need a new diet? Different training plan? Well, hang on. First, how's your sleep? Poor sleep hygiene and sleep deprivation can stop fat loss and muscle growth dead in its tracks. Here is the ultimate checklist of the top 20 tips for better muscle-building, fat-burning sleep, according to science