Everyone can benefit from improved nutrition! Learn more about how (and where) you can turn your passion for food into a healthy career!
A lot of myths circulate about hydration and dehydration, and we’re here to clear them up. Help your clients understand hydration, how to achieve it, and how to identify some of the most common and damaging myths.
If your client is having muscle cramps, low magnesium levels could be to blame. How does this nutrient impact muscle recovery and how do you use it to best repair muscle damage? This article explains.
A kitchen stocked with healthy staples is the best way to ensure you eat well daily. Help your clients figure out which foods they should always have on hand to make healthy, balanced meals every day of the week.
Are your clients crashing in the middle of HITT session? Help them figure out fuel and timing for the energy to power through their next training.
Don’t be too hard on yourself when you make poor food choices. Your mood has a lot to do with it. But knowledge is power, and the more you know about mood and food, the more you can improve your diet, health, and mental health.
As a personal trainer, it’s common to talk about what to eat pre- and post-workout. But rest day nutrition is important as well. Especially when a client’s goal is to maximize muscle growth.
Many people believe that you can’t eat healthy on a budget. Well, you can. Especially if you meal prep with this 5-step plan.
Many people consume sports drinks to step up their athletic performance. But are these drinks all they’re cracked up to be? Can plain water support your fitness goals with just as much success?
Understanding the role of diet in gaining muscle and getting stronger is important for your clients if they want to hit their goals. Teach them about protein intake, total calories, and including carbs to see the results from all those lifting workouts.
If your clients are endurance athletes or long-distance runners, this is an article you don’t want to miss.
Are your clients interested in entering a bulking phase with their training? Check out these tips to learn how much and what your clients should be eating to support their bulking journey.
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