Is the keto diet worthy of all its hype? Keto (or the ketogenic diet) is a high fat, moderate protein and very low-carb diet, which has gained huge popularity amongst those seeking to lose weight in quick and dramatic fashion. Even though the diet originated as a means to combat certain medical conditions, and in spite of its strict dietary restrictions, we are often faced with requests from clients to help them get into ketosis by implementing the Keto diet. Of course, usually with the goal of dropping some weight.
Eating food prepared by others outside of your kitchen is one of the most common challenges we face when trying to keep our nutrition dialed in. Whether you’re eating out at a restaurant, or even going round to your parents or friend’s house, if you’re eating food outside of your kitchen then it’s normal to feel like the guard rails are down and that everything might go to crap! I mean here you find yourself suddenly contending with the the unknown and that’s hard!
Being a Mom or Dad isn’t an easy job, now throw into the mix that you’re a CrossFit affiliate owner, have a full-time job and your husband’s on deployment! To say that staying on top of your nutrition is a challenge is an understatement! We catch up with Tribe member Corey Olofson to find out what’s happening in her world.
In our recent trip to LA we attended a Tony Robbins seminar where we developed strategies for overcoming our self-limiting beliefs. You can find out more about our experience with Tony Robbins in our recent write-up about the Unleash The Power Within seminar. The whole experience was eye-opening and gave us a lot of useful tools to implement in our own lives as well as with our clients. Listen in as we dive deeper into why self-limiting beliefs are often the biggest obstacles in our path to success and what you can do to overcome them.
Jason and longtime friend EC Synkowski have put together a “done for you” nutrition challenge. The Foundations Challenge combines tracking macros along with 800 grams of fruits and veggies, quality and quantity.
In our Private VIP mentorship group, we often sit with our members and help them with questions and concerns for their clients. In this discussion, Adam has some great questions that we think everyone can benefit from. Maybe you are working with someone similar or maybe you are in a similar situation. We cover much of this in our Certification as well, you can learn more about it here.
In Part II of my interview with Rob we begin his CrossFit journey. He stumbled upon CrossFit in his prison cell, but now he’s out and able to train himself. What starts as his new way of training quickly becomes his first business, Twice Bitten CrossFit. Rob took this small start-up and turned it into the most successful affiliate in Oklahoma and it’s only just beginning.
Rob is the founder and owner of Twice Bitten CrossFit in Oklahoma City. Before owning a gym, Rob served a prison sentence of 7 years. Seven years in a prison cell would typically break a man, but for Rob, this time in prison was the motivation to create a life built around service and helping others.
It’s Thanksgiving Day, how are you going to celebrate? As most of you know, Jason is a hermit and prefers to stay at home, so tune in to listen to him complain about having to go out for Thanksgiving Dinner. Jason and Roz reminisce about Thanksgiving Day past, how they will track (or not track) today, and what they are grateful for.
Last week Jason started chatting about his journey in the Fitness world and this week he brings us up to the present day. Jason has a hard time not dishing out advice along the way, from life to fitness, to business throughout this week’s podcast you’ll get tons of wisdom and even actionable items you can do right away.