This has been a hectic and very different week for me.
Not only did I eat something not many people have eaten, but I embarked on two new journeys that saw me jump miles away from my comfort zone and into waters untested. For me. Continue reading →
This weekend I did something that was frightening, exciting and confusing all in one. It would have absolutely freaked me out 12 months ago, let alone seemed a possible reality. As some of my regular followers may now be aware I was interviewed on live TV about my 52 Meats 52 Weeks challenge idea that started only just over 6 months ago.
Today I’m going to reveal a way of approaching nutrition that will get you into those jeans that mock you for their tightness, help bring out your abs, guns and get your body healthy!
For some reason this is over looked a lot of the time and main stream mass media can be largely held to blame. I believe the foundation to optimal nutrition for all of us lies first off in 3 key areas.
I currently sit on my balcony overlooking the beautiful city of Sydney, its iconic Harbour Bridge, harbour and Opera house as well as a few naval boats among other attractive and distracting visions. There’s quite a lot of take in.
However, what’s foremost in my mind even in the presence of all of these sights is the fact that with the conclusion of the week just been comes the mid way point of 2012. A year in which I intend to eat a different meat every week, meaning I am exactly half way through! Is it only me that thinks- Holy s**tballs!?
Last week’s post about females, training and what I think is sexy seemed to cause a slight stir. Some people questioned my opinions, but the majority were in agreeance. This short letter in particular from a female client of mine is a great example:
Last week I spoke about Intermittent Fasting (IF) and how it has worked for me, in conjunction with a healthy diet and lifestyle. Over the first part of this year I managed to maintain a low body fat percentage, around 9%, and at the same time increase lean muscle by over 2kg. IF certainly played a role in this, however, it was not the only factor at play.