Here’s the next episode of the UNCENSORED Podcasts Season 2.
Today’s topic: The “Flexible” vs “Structured” Approach to Nutrition & Training
Continuing from our last episode on Optimal vs. Practical Training, today John Barban & Brad Pilon take this topic a bit further by discussing which is best? Is it either a “flexible” or “structured” approach to nutrition & training.
As stated in our last article with the rise of obesity it’s safe to say that an emergency is on our hands when it comes to our health and we must take action. But what nutrition & training advice should we follow to become consistent obtain successful results?
The information on diet and fitness becomes more and more daunting. From nutritional strategies consisting of: macro/micro nutrients, slow/fast proteins, what foods are good, what foods are bad, and the highly controversial thoughts on meal timing, a person could become easily susceptible to information overload.
Things aren’t much better on the training side of the house as we are faced with a myriad of factors to take into account. Ranging from: Workout Intensity, Volume, length of actual workouts, and the rest/recovery period.
While some structure is necessary how much structure do you actually need?
In today’s UNCENSORED training, you will also discover:
- With consistency, effort, and patience anyone can change their look significantly in one year
- Why structured metric goals along with a more relaxed approach to diet and fitness makes you successful
- How to determine the level of structure you need
- How the structure you need is a continuum
- How fitness products sell too much structure with goals that are too vague
- How Top Level athletes follow extremely strict regimes for a specific purpose that is unsustainable to the average person
- How too much structure and restrained dieting will slow down your progress
- How there is a minimal amount of structure needed for each individual
- For diet the first level of of structure should be how much you eat
- People spend so much time on diet structure that they miss the point that what matters is how much they eat
- How to manage your diet so that it is less structured
- How to manage your training so that it is less structure