FOOD IS FUEL
Congrats on a successful and CONSISTENT Week 1! We saw a lot of amazing progress and accomplishments in such a small amount of time. We're going to keep that same energy as we transition into a new week of great opportunity.
This week will have a completely different focus devoted to the importance of nutrition and and hydration. FOOD IS FUEL and it is the reason for your every day performance, energy levels, recovery patterns, and so much more. While it is important to be consistent with your training, it is even more important to maintain consistency with how you feed yourself on a daily basis. Your nutrition will keep you on the right path toward your goals, especially in the event of a physical setback. We have no doubt that you will crush this week of workouts, but the work you put in between training sessions is the key to increasing your rate of improvement.
This week, focus on supplementing your training with clean nutrition and optimal hydration. Limit your consumption of foods that are overly processed, high in fatty oils and excess sugars. We recommend (if possible) being more in control of your food by cooking an preparing your own meals on a daily basis. That way you can properly log your food and be more aware of everything you put inside of your body. In general, many people are deficient of the many key vitamins and minerals so we challenge you to also include more fruits and vegetables into your daily diet. You'll notice quickly over time how your clean eating effects your every day life and overall performance.
Engage with us this week by sharing your daily food and nutrition as it pertains to each day of training. Comment and create a log of of your week by replying to your first comment under the week 2 motivational video on YouTube. We hope you have a CONSISTENT and NUTRITIOUS WEEK 2!
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Daily Water Intake: At least HALF of your bodyweight in ounces.
Fruit & Veggie Intake: At least 2-3 servings of each daily.
Protein Intake: The Basics of Protein & Shakes
Log & Share Your Experience Using This: Weekly/Daily Social Log