UnshakableFit podcast dives into topics of life, purpose, fitness, challenges, and the struggle of growing into who you are meant to be.
3 Reasons you look like you don't lift
Lift but think you don't look like it?
Here are 3 reasons why that might be.
1. Not eating enough protein or being consistent with it
2. Not pushing yourself in the gym
3. Not prioritizing recovery
It's been a little bit since the last episode.
My personal and business life got a little too busy and unfortunately, I wasn't able to record any episodes.
I talk a little bit about that and how I kept to my fitness/nutrition standard during all of it.
We're back now! New schedule. I'll be uploading an episode every other week. So two episodes a month.
Exercise selection - Transactional relationships VS Significant relationships
When starting out. It's super important to develop the skill to properly do the foundational movements. Squat, hinge, pull, push, and lunge variation.
Why you need both transactional and significant relationships in your life.
Don't get in the trap of only having transactional relationships.
3 Reasons why it's hard for you to stick with it
2. Quality of foods
3. Your environment
Need to get more protein?
Bring it into your environment!
Hard time snacking on certain foods?
Take it out of your environment!
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Special Guest - Gracie DeSantis - What taking care of yourself mental and physically looks like in a real life setting
Had a great time with Gracie in this episode.
She is a digital marketing specialist and has started her own media/marketing LLC. She has a literary magazine in the works that she plans on launching in the near future.
We talk about her journey and how she has found ways to balance her business and a successful career with
I hope you enjoy it!
Does the quality of food matter? The reality of fat loss and muscle building.
Quality of food matter?
Do you need quality food to lose weight? No
The reality of burning fat and building muscle
You have to restrict yourself and you have to push yourself.
Yes, finding easier ways to make it a lifestyle is the goal.
Remember though. The deficit is temporary. You will be able to eat more eventually.
Stay disciplined and it’ll pay off.
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