The Top 3 Diet and Lifestyle Changes to Make for Better Training Results

cooking-womanAs every gym goer can attest to, there are both “good” and “bad” days in the gym. Some days, everything feels like a chore and the weight you lifted for 2 reps the last workout will barely move an inch, while other days, everything just seems to flow effortlessly and you set new PRs across the board. These differences can largely be traced back to what you did the 23 hours you spent outside of the weight room. Although it’s clearly impossible to have awesome, PR-setting workouts every day, it is possible to bring all of your training sessions up to a higher level – and largely eliminate the really crappy workout days – by properly addressing lifestyle factors such as sleep, microbial exposure, diet, and sun exposure.

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  1. Jennifer says:

    Great article and your timing is impeccable especially for me since I just finished reading Eat To Live (Dr. Joel Fuhrman, M.D.​) and am now back to reading Eat The Yolks (Liz Wolf, NTP – http://realfoodliz.com/)​. Both are fantastic books (in my opinion, especially Liz’s book because she adds a lot of whitty, punny humor) yet they TOTALLY contradict each other EXCEPT for one thing: avoid processed food. I just do what works for me 🙂

  2. Great to see you back in full force mate. Still love your message that connects all of your writings.

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