Updated: Dec 9, 2020
Nutrition is at the center of any physical goal. Fat loss, a faster run, adding muscle, building strength, jumping higher, body recomposition, lifting more weight, and all other physical goals depend on nutrition for a person to see success. If you do not think so, you have no idea what you are talking about, and definitely need to read the content included below.
You can read the listed Nutrition blogs in any order, but the order in which we placed them makes sense in that the information builds upon each other in a logical order.
Start here on your nutrition journey – this blog covers steps you need to consider before beginning to pursue any nutrition-based goal. The points as well as the importance of each are briefly explained.
A quick guide to eating better – the next step is understanding how to determine calorie and macronutrient need as well as considering food selection. These topics and more are included in this blog.
Here are the two reasons you fail at nutrition – the reasons a person might state for their lack of nutrition success are myriad. In truth only a small number of reason for failure exist. This blog delves into this topic.
What is a diet or nutrition strategy – a search online reveals may opinions about what a diet or nutritional strategy, nutritional superiority of one approach over another, and many other related topics. It can all be confusing and this blog help eliminate the confusion.
How to figure out the nutrition strategy for you – when it all comes down, your goal is to fund the nutrition plan for you. This blog offers insight into how you can do just that.
Pointers about recovery and nutrition – our ending point covers how nutrition and exercise recovery are connected. The blog covers the important of macros, revisit and expand calorie as well as macronutrient determination, and covers other related topics such as water intake and nutrient timing.
Nathan DeMetz holds degrees in Exercise Science, Business Administration, and Information Technology as well as certifications in strength and conditioning, sports nutrition, run coaching, and other areas. His credentials come from organizations such as Indiana Wesleyan University, Ivy Tech College, and the International Sports Sciences Association. Nathan has 17 years of personal and professional experience in the health and fitness world. He works with people from across the globe, including locations such as Kuwait, Australia, and the USA.