It’s time to get uncomfortable. Let’s face it. You and your campers won’t get results unless you’re consuming less calories than you’re burning.
But there are way too many options, and how do you deal with the nutrition side?
There’s so much confusing info out there… what really works?
The truth? They all do. It’s the user that fails. Sorry to be so politically incorrect, but that’s the truth. If you love
fruit, but try a low-carb diet, you will fail.
So, here’s what I did… I listed resources in a Word Doc of nutrition programs that have worked for my clients,
including the winner, Eat Stop Eat.
The reason I claim “Eat Stop Eat” the winner is because that was the program that my clients used the most to win the TT Transformation Contests.
Why did it work so well? I don’t know… probably because it’s almost too simple to follow. Take a break from eating…that’s it.
But here’s the thing – if you constantly have to answer nutrition questions from your clients, you won’t be able to focus on what you truly love, which is coaching them through their workouts.
So, my advice to you – write out what has worked for your former clients, campers, as well as yourself on a sheet of paper.
Keep it to one page… any more can be overwhelming.
Email that one page to your campers with nutrition questions.Â You’ll be surprised at how valuable this resource is to your campers and clients and they will appreciate it.
And when they are not getting results… ask them, “Have you tried any of the nutrition approaches I gave you?”.
They have two choices… yes or no.
Sooner or later, the camper will have to decide what they do the other 23 to 23-1/2 hours in their day regarding what they eat.
It’s on THEM, not YOU.
But… we have to provide the resources. Now if I can find the exact template I used, I’ll be happy to share it.
I’ll be looking for it…
To your success,
Mike Whitfield, CTT