There are so many nutrition preferences out there and with many common food sensitives in today's society, it can be hard to find quality recipes, especially ones that are 'diet needs approved' and come with some decent macros with them. I have clients that follow Weight Watchers, Paleo, Vegan, Vegetarian, Whole 30, gluten/dairy/lactose/sugar-free, and that's just to name a few. Here's a collection of a few recipes that I was able to round up online (shuffling through the ove
Sharing some macro-friendly (aka lower in calories) recipes for you, including one of my athletes' favourites: my delicious black bean brownies! BONUS: added in my go-to breakfast zoats bowl recipe if you're interested in creating your own breakfast power bowl too! Want to kick it up a notch in the mornings? Instead of adding water, add coffee... Nothing like some extra caffeine to get your day started! Note for #courtsathletes on Mindful Portions points-based system: if you'
A recent collection of some macro-friendly recipes! Side note: aren't all recipes "macro friendly"? When you think about it, they are! All recipes have macros, it's just whether or not they fit into your custom-set macro ranges. Remember you can always substitute food swaps for friendlier options that fit better into your own macro targets. Be sure to download my NEW eBook "Macro Solutions" that's available for download HERE! Note for #courtsathletes on Mindful Portions point
I have spent over 3 years building my brand from just an idea. I’ve learned so many tips and tricks in order to build the thriving community of #courtsathletes. I’ve put together a list of 13 tips for new entrepreneurs to build a successful business: 1. Challenge yourself. Learn something new every day! 2. Do what you love. When you love what you do, the passion is naturally there. It’s not forced. You’re way more likely to commit to something and be successful. 3. Take risks
Often seen as New Year Resolutions, many people make goals of working out in order to lose weight. As a trainer and coach, “weight loss” is the number one goal that I see and hear from people. And to be completely honest, I would say that’s the main reason WHY people workout and go to the gym: because they want to lose weight. We already know the difference of weight loss and fat loss. We learned that in my Nutrition101 infographic. If you missed this, put this article on pau