By April 2, 2020 No Comments

If you have reached a plateau in your training goals, it is possible you have a ‘broken diet’ 🥘 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Fixing a diet can be a tricky thing to do. However, it is imperative you find what you are nutrient deficient in and fix it. Why? Imagine yourself in a house with 4 out of 10 lights turned off. Do you think you could navigate this house well? Or would it be easier if all of the lights were on?
The body works the same way. Each light turned off is a nutrient deficiency. The house = the body. You = the bodies chemical processes (fat burn, muscle gain, hormone release etc.) Fixing your diet makes it easy for it to function optimally.
1 – Log your food in either Cronometer or MyFitnessPal
2 – Take note of any nutrient deficiencies
3 – Google how to get more of what you’re lacking (what foods to eat etc)
4 – Strategise implementing one new change per week
5 – Celebrate your success of implementing the aforementioned
6 – Start tackling another deficiency and fix that
Too often people will try to mess with fat burners or hard gainers only to get no where because their body isn’t functionally optimally due to their nutritional deficiencies.
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