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Bi-Annual Coaching Group:

Twice per year I run a small coaching group for those who struggle with eating and exercise behaviours. In this group I address issues like self-sabotage, binge eating, late night snacking, and an inability to stick to exercise programs. Each member of the group is given a custom diet and exercise program, access to behaviour change tools, and weekly communication with me where we work on individual problem solving. If you would like to apply to be in the next coaching group and/or learn more, click the button below.

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Why We Eat

'Fit' people often see an overweight individual and make classic assumptions. This person must be weak, uncommitted, and clearly does not care about her health. This is an uneducated judgement. A judgement that can only be made by a person who does not understand even...

The Myth of Motivation

Since the world began to change a few months ago, the average person has found it increasingly difficult to stay healthy. You start going to bed a bit later, drinking a little earlier, and grazing on whatever you can get your hands on all day long. Combine those...

Books that will change the way you see nutrition

Since putting my books out at a super-low price this week, people who are reading Heavy Brain and the Fat Loss Guide have also been asking if I have more diet book recommendations. The answer is 'yes and no'. I certainly have suggestions for books that are in a...

Why Diet and Exercise Advice Isn’t the Solution (for COVID-19)

I came across this tweet today.   The elderly, those with a metabolic disorder, and a few other small demographics, are the most vulnerable to poor COVID outcomes. That is clear. That is not to say that younger, healthier people can't also be affected by the...

Why Weight Loss Goal Setting Doesn’t Work

'I want to lose 10lbs'. Goal-driven statements like this are prevalent in the fitness industry. The problem is that setting a goal does not address the underlying systemic issues that got you to a place where you needed to 'lose 10, 20, 30, or 100 lbs'. Obsessing over...

The Best Resources I’ve Found For Struggling Entrepreneurs

The world has shut down, and if you're an entrepreneur or small business owner, you're probably struggling. In my world (the world of health and fitness), many businesses are not going to survive. The same is true for anyone large enough to have staff and other bills...

Low Carb ‘Twiddiots’ (and their insane COVID groupthink)

I am a low carb eater. I have been eating low carb for over a decade now. For the past few years, I have averaged around 90% of my daily caloric intake from animal foods. This is an important point to begin this post because my following viewpoint does not stem from...

Why The ‘Feedback Gap’ Is Your Biggest Barrier

Why is it so easy to form bad habits but so challenging to develop good ones? The feedback gap might explain this problem. Most of us seek out bad habits because they provide immediate stimulation. Whether it is food, sex, laziness, or technological distraction, the...

The Carnivore Experiment (and the cost of getting lean)

It has been 33 days since I tested out the carnivore diet, and this post will detail the good, the bad, and the ugly of my experience. Please keep in mind that this is entirely anecdotal. My experience may be indicative of what someone else may experience on a similar...

‘Repeatability’ is greater than magnitude

When it comes to making habit changes, we often focus on the magnitude of change. We carry the attitude of ' I will make any sacrifice of any size if it gets me what I want.' The all or nothing approach can work for some people, but you must ask yourself this: 'if...

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