Too often we focus on too many tasks when on the road to improve our health and fitness. We track the macro-nutrients ratios and nutrient timing, the tempo of each lift, the rest periods between the lifts and whether we should eat an omelette before or after the sun sets in the east. We like to focus on the cool stuff because it’s exciting. Sure, all these can play a part in a successful fitness program but none of them make any noticeable difference until you’ve taken care of the big rocks of your plan. …
Updated July 2018
One of the biggest obstacles most people have with training or healthy cooking is time. Or the lack of it. I get it; you feel like there is not enough time in the day to fit everything in.
Yet, I am sure that at times you have been busy and something came up that just had to get done. Maybe you got invited to a party you couldn’t say no to. Or something urgent came up at work that needed attention yesterday. In those situations, somehow magically it seems, the extra time just appears from a thin air.