The most motivating reason for changing your lifestyle and the food you eat is not just to live longer or to reduce the risk of something bad happening years later—it's to improve the quality of life and your daily performance right now. The reason I changed my diet and lifestyle is that I feel so much better than I did. I have more energy. I think more clearly. I have an overall improved feeling of well-being. I can compete in sports and enjoy exercise. I can eat delicious food whenever I'm hungry until I'm full without worrying or obsessing about my weight.
Unfortunately, today’s fitness and nutrition culture is consumed by primarily aesthetics, quick fixes, and ultimatums. These single-minded approaches lead to aggressive training and nutrition methods with a total disregard for one’s body and overall health. And on top of that, there is so much information we have no idea what to do with leaving us feeling overwhelmed by all the choices—decision paralysis.
One of my goals as a coach is to help increase your understanding of how powerful lifestyle choices can be in affecting your health and performance. Another goal is to strengthen the communication between you, health professionals and the latest scientific literature—no BS or agenda.
I want to strip down and simplify complex information so that you can make informed decisions when it comes to your body and health. And on top of that, I want to help provide you with action-based strategies and simple solutions that actually work.