By Michael Beiter
Q: Can I eat out?
A: Scout ahead for where you're going and look at their menu. Most restaurants post their menu online with nutrition information. If you can't find the calorie and macro information you need on the business' website head over to Google and look it up. If you can't find it there check the database in My Fitness Pal. Between the two virtually every food has been databased with accurate nutrition information somewhere.
1:30 - 8 year vet Kelly Zwald
2:15 - Time stamps
5:00 - Fitness business building
6:00 - 6 degrees of Carroll Iowa
7:30 - 13 % body fat - Kelly’s lowest ever
9:20 - Subjective fitness
10:30 - Lifting as exercise base
11:30 - Society of more
12:50 - Genetics and focusing on what you can control
14:00 - Phases of skill development
16:45 - Transfer of our principles to other areas of life
18:45 - Make a decision and stick to it
20:30 - The mother of all fatigue is indecision
21:00 - Data...
By: Michael Beiter
What is a sustainable rate of fat loss?
This question, like all others concerning fitness and nutrition has a lot of variables that contribute to the answer. I know many people who respond to questions like this with 'it depends' and then go on to complicate the matter so much the questioner is left more confused than when they asked.
Our answer: 1-2% of your overall body fat percentage lost per month is a sustainable rate to lose. Sustainable in that once you lose...
By: Michael Beiter
Cathy was a client who came from a diverse background in fitness. She has been a member at a big box gym before called Aspen where she worked with a trainer and occasionally went to fitness classes. She also go into Crossfit for a while where she learned to lift weights more and use barbells. There was a short while where she joined a women's only facility that offered classes throughout the day.
Each of her endeavors provided some insight and slightly different...