Drew Price is a Registered Nutritionist who embarked on a unique project for Men’s Fitness magazine which saw him follow 12 different, extreme diets over the course of 12 months.
He tried IIFYM, The Paleo Diet, Warrior Diet, Anabolic Diet, Velocity, Carb Back Loading, The Slow Carb Diet, Get Shredded Diet, The Good Gut Diet, The Blood Group Diet and The Ornish Diet.
His goals were to find out which ones work, and which were a waste of time? What are the costs to health and happiness, and how does each diet impact his long term diet ‘success?
In this episode of the podcast Drew shares his story. He talks about the highs and lows, which diet was the most effective, which was the most unpleasant and which one actually caused him to gain weight. He explains how the different diets impacted his social life, his stress levels and which one he found most enjoyable and why it was different from his prediction.
Drew also tracked all his blood work so he also shares which diet had the greatest improvement on his markers of health, which one cause the most amount of weight loss and which diet had the most detrimental effect on his gym performance.
FFF 026: The Highs And Lows Of 12 Extreme Diets In 12 Months – with Drew Price is a post from: Food For Fitness
Nick Winkelman is the Director of Education at EXOS where he oversees all mentorship education courses and is a full-time strength and conditioning coach. He also lectures nationally and internationally on all topics pertaining to exercise science, strength & conditioning and personal training.
In this episode of the Food For Fitness podcast, Nick chats all about coaching cues. What are they and you’ll learn the difference between internal and external cues and when they’re best used. Nick explains how someone’s physiological makeup can affect their ability to perform certain exercises and how he allows for this when designing workout routines.
We’ll cover Nick’s favourite cues for teaching the deadlift, squat and the hip hinge. He shares why single leg or unilateral work is so badass and why more people should be doing it, his thoughts on sprint training for the general public and why he thinks it’s perhaps too dangerous. He talks about why group training is so effective and his thoughts on Crossfit.
Whether you are a recreational lifter who wants to improve your technique or a personal trainer who wants to develop how to coach your own clients, you’re going to love this episode! .
Sohee Lee is a health coach, fitness writer and competitive bikini model who specialises in helping women develop healthy relationships with food and their bodies while achieving lasting fitness success.
Having fought through both anorexia and bulimia, Sohee is on a mission is to empower women to practice compassion and grace with themselves in the gym, in the kitchen, and in life.
In this episode you’ll learn some of the biggest nutrition mistakes people make when competing in bikini and fitness competitions, how to avoid excessive restriction and post-comp blowout binges, the science behind peak week and why ‘drying out’ is usually a really bad idea, why Sohee believes people should do as little cardio as possible and why competition prep will take much longer than you think.
She also explains how she programs refeeds for her clients, why she trains glutes 4 to 5 times a week, how excessive dieting and bland foods almost ruined her college life and why she thinks flexible dieting and tracking macros is the ultimate approach for healthy, lasting success.
FFF 025: How To Eat, Train & Stay Sane When Competing In Bikini Modelling – with Sohee Lee is a post from: Food For Fitness