I get a lot of questions from people who are confused on what to do.
What’s better, high reps or low? Eating before bed or not? Eat carbs before working out or save them for post-workout? Sprinting or jogging? Blue or green?
Better for what?…is my typical response. Most people asking this question are asking what choices are better for weight loss.
Now, I’m not going to say those are wrong questions to ask. However, there is a much better way to frame your questions that give you the right answers for your individual situation.
By framing your question in a process-oriented way, you can make mindset, nutrition, and exercise choices that fuel satisfaction, energy, and personal growth. And by side effect – you lose weight.
Weight loss is always the side effect. It is the outcome of our process. And our process is the skills and habits we develop to make our lives better right now. Not in 3 months when you lose… Continue Reading