You hear it all the time:
- “I’m on a low carb diet.”
- "I'm on a low fat diet."
- “I only eat carbs on the weekends"
- "I haven't had a potato chip since 1997”
I used to be a firm believer and advocate of this type of eating. But none of it worked. I used to believe by eating less and working out more, I would have a slimmer waist, cut arms, and a chiseled jawline. But instead, nothing changed.
This type of thinking, although popular, is dead wrong. Emotionally and physically, you are hurting yourself more then you think.
But every nutrition website and articles all over facebook and instagram will have you believing an extreme diet is exactly what you need. But is true?
In this video, Jason Ackerman and I discuss:
- Balanced Dieting
- Work Week Syndrome
- Cheat Days
- Punishing yourself for bad eating
- Earning your food
Why this is important to us
These lessons are the motivating factor behind the most recent changes here at Strengthlete. The goal of our company is not just to sell you clean protein or supplements, but also to teach you the context in which they should be used, how to change your habits, and overall, how to change your relationship with food. This is so important to us because these lessons changed my life, this business, and are the essence of our change and transformation. Join the Strengthlete Nation at http://www.strengthlete.com/#jump