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Nutrition

Exercise actually doesn't burn THAT many calories. If you're primarily relying on exercise to lose weight, or utilizing it as a way to "cancel" out your binge eating habits, then you're likely frustrated with your results. If weight loss or improving body composition is a goal, you're better served focusing on nutrition first and foremost. Consider the 100/30 rule of weight loss. You can control 100% of your nutrition intake (easier said than done, but nevertheless still true). You can likely only work off 30% of your calories through exercise (and that would

I see quite a bit of stagnation as it relates to exercise and nutrition, and I think a key reason is because people too often get caught up in the minutia. Allow me to break down three different areas: cardio, strength training routines, and nutrition and give you some examples of how we major in the minors. For starters, I get a lot of questions about workout routines and splits. "Should I do upper body one day, and lower body another day?" "How often should I do core work?" "Machines or free weights?" Unless you're a