Almost everyone wants to get leaner. Few know how to do it correctly. It’s easy to make dieting more complex than it really is. You get distracted by useless supplements, suboptimal workout programs, and misleading blogs. In this podcast, Mike Howard teaches you what really matters most when dieting. Not
It’s easy to get obsessed with supplements. They all make exciting claims. They’re all somewhat convenient. And most supplement companies try to convince you that there’s something wrong with you, and that taking their product will fix it. But after getting burned a few times, you’ve learned that there are
People will never stop arguing over the best way to eat. There will be always people who religiously defend their ideal macronutrient ratios, food groups or nutrient timing strategies. You know most of those debates are silly. But you’re also not 100 percent sure how to eat. Some of these
Losing fat isn’t complicated. At least the principles aren’t. You need to stay in a calorie deficit. You should eat enough protein. You should lift weights. The confusing part is how to *actually do that stuff.* How do you know when it’s best to track your macros versus eating intuitively?
Written By: Adam Ali Body recomposition is a delicate subject in the world of fat loss and muscle gain. You have the camp that claims it’s pointless and then you have others who live and die by its efficacy. As with anything in the fitness world there is no ‘black
Whether you’re trying to lose fat or build muscle, most people have trouble with dieting. You read a hundred different articles about nutrient timing, calories, macronutrients and supplements, and you just get more and more confused. You know all of these things matter, but you’re not sure how to put
*Spicy, moist, soft, low-fat cornbread stuffed with crab meat, onion and peppers.* Low-calorie, high-protein and deliciously sweet — these crab cakes might become one of your favorite foods in a hurry. These are a hybrid between corn muffins and crab cakes. They have the flavor and much of the crumbly
If you want to get lean, you have to change your diet. That’s why every diet either directly or indirectly helps you lower your calorie intake. Some diets do this by making you [get rid of all junk food, just counting calories, or following some weird combination of specific foods.
You’re leaner than most of the people you know. You’ve been counting your macronutrient intake for months, even years, and it’s paid off. Thanks to flexible dieting, you’ve been able to include treats in your diet while getting leaner. This time, losing fat hasn’t been that bad. But you’re tired
If you want to lose weight, you need to eat fewer calories than you burn. If you want to maintain your muscle mass, you need to keep lifting weights while you’re dieting. But if you’re eating fewer calories, won’t it be harder to recover from lifting weights? In this episode,