Back in 2017 I was hauling my kids to the local Crossfit gym and busting my tail in the 7 am class. I was lifting heavy weight, doing dox jumps, pull ups, running, rowing, jumping rope, climbing rope and pounding tires. I was “eating healthy” by my standards, but yet I was struggling to get results. I was frustrated. I thought “maybe this is the mom body I’m stuck with”.
In the past I’d tried cutting carbs, I’d tried going to the regular gym, I did Zumba, and I even took diet pills. I thought, “Do I need a trainer, am I doing something wrong, do I need to work out harder, WHAT AM I MISSING??”
Then I was introduced to a little something called TIMED NUTRITION and EVERYTHING changed. I leaned down, toned up and FINALLY got the results I’d been looking for!
Timed Nutrition is a specific way of eating that takes nutrition to another LEVEL and OPTIMIZES your results. There are 2 components:
In other words, you’re getting a BALANCED supply of macronutrients through out the day and with every single meal you eat. One of the major components of timed nutrition is timing your meals a round when you workout. There are 6 meals with 1 post workout snack. You’re basically eating every 2-3 hours with the intention of fueling your body optimally with a balance of macronutrients. This style of eating may seem overwhelming, or intense but I love the structure…and the results it yields!
Timed Nutrition is designed to be incorporated along with your fitness routine…since fitness AND nutrition do go together. This is NOT a diet, but rather a STYLE of eating that helps with weight loss, weigh management, energy maximization, muscle repair and growth.
If you have been struggling to see results, have hit a plateau, want to lean down, tone up, or just want to level up your nutrition game, this is a great choice for you! I typically follow timed nutrition for about a 12 weeks time period, then I transition back to my maintenance nutrition plan.
Timed nutrition is include within this program in video 8; also includes portion control + carb cycling, plus information on macronutrients, food addiction, food list, meal plans, and recipes including vegan options.