Updated: Why You Need to Log Calories

Some personal trainers and “health gurus” don’t believe in logging calories. Instead, they say “eat when you’re hungry.” I don’t agree with that. I know from experience that eating below or too far above the amount of calories your body requires (for muscle gain, fat loss, or maintenance) can sabotage any prospect of reaching your…

Quick Nutrition Tip – Your Carbohydrate Intake

Starchy carbohydrates (rice, pasta, bread etc.) are important to have around your workout. Specifically if you’ll be lifting weights or pushing your bodyweight. Your body prefers starches for these types of activity as a primary source of fuel, pre and post workout. However, outside from working out, if you’re inactive, your body can only do…