Week 1 of the course will focus on nutrition from a fat loss stand point. We'll be covering everything you need to know and do to set up and sustain your diet for life long results.
Module: The current (terrible) state of the dieting world
Module: How the fu*k do you know what’s true and what’s not?
Module: Why adherence is numero uno
Module: The problem with ‘choosing’ a diet
Module: The hierarchy of dietary importance
Module: The big one...CALORIES
Module: Carbs and fats
Module: An in depth look into metabolism
Module: Working out your daily Calorie burn
Module: Deciding how big a Calorie deficit/surplus should be
Module: Working out your daily protein target
Module: Nutrient timing
Module: An overview of tracking Calories
Module: How to set up MyFitnessPal
Module: Tracking hacks and tips
Module: Other methods for dietary changes
Module: Dieting for health (don't yawn - health is kinda important)
Module: Thinking about the future "you"
Module: Micronutrients and why NOT to avoid fruit
Module: Can junk food be part of a healthy diet?
Module: What a 'healthy' diet might look like
Module: How the hell do we track our progress
Module: The scales - A blessing and a curse
Module: Before and after pictures - Yay or Nay?
Module: Taking progress measurements
During week 2 we'll learn about training/fitness and build a sustainable training plan that will suit your lifestyle and allow you to achieve your goals
Module: Strengths and weaknesses of different exercise choices
Module: What the hell is 'tone'
Module: Understanding why exercise SHOULDN'T be done for Calorie burn
Module: Exercising for HEALTH
Module: What's the best exercise choice for an improved physique?
Module: Free weights vs machine weights vs body weight
Module: Isolation vs compound exercises
Module: Progressive overload
Module: Creating tension on the muscle
Module: Programme cycles
Module: How many sessions should you do per week and for how long
Module: How many sets and how many reps should you do
Module: What weight should you choose
Module: The problem with running
Module: HIIT training - Is the hype legit?
Module: The benefits and drawbacks of group training
Module: Why walking is MASSIVELY underrated
Module: Motivation - Where the hell does it come from?
Module: Accountability - It’s more important than you think
We've covered the fundamentals of nutrition and training and you've now got a your very own training plan and we're implementing some super exciting changes to your diet that will start to yield results very soon. Now it's time to hone your knowledge. Week 3 is "mind blown" week. It's 5 days of myth busting and knowledge that you'll be able take away and implement straight away. By the end of this week you'll be teaching your friends and family this shit.
Module: Breakfast is NOT the most important meal of the day!
Module: Eggs aren't bad for you, in fact they're bloody good for you
Module: Sweeteners do NOT cause cancer
Module: Eating little and often to spike your metabolism - LOOOOL!
Module: Eating after 6pm will make you fat....errrr NO!
Module: Dairy is NOT "full of hormones" and nor is it bd for you
Module: The highly annoying "gluten free" movement
Module: Keto is not a magical solution to fat loss
Module: Protein powders
Module: Vitamin D
Module: Omega 3 fish oils
Module: Pre-workout (Beta-alanine)
GIRL:Sorry girls...it's harder for you to lose fat than boys...BUT still possible
GIRL:Dealing with cravings
GIRL:Understanding the menstrual phases and their impact on diet and exercise
BOY: How to keep your partner feeling consistently sensual 😉
Module: You're not eating in a Calorie deficit (DUH!)
Module: You're eating too much...no really...you are
Module: NO, it's got nothing to do with your slow metabolism
Module: NO, it's not starvation mode BUT it could be metabolic adaption
Module: Patience is a virtue
Module: Consistency across months/years (NOT fuc*ing days
So much of the hard graft is done. You're now more knowledgeable than 99% of personal trainers about fitness and nutrition and you LAUGH at the bullsh*t the media are pumping out on a daily basis. This week is about reaffirming knowledge and developing and even deeper understanding of nutrition and fitness. We're going past foundational knowledge into a deeper understanding
Module: Setting up your environment for success
Module: Working with your dietary preferences
Module: Setting up accountability
Module: Managing your expectations
Module: Identifying your weak spots
Module: Doctors are not nutritionist
Module: Yes chicken is different to broccoli, but Calories still count
Module: The "Almond" example of Calorie absorption
Module: How cooking effects Calorie availability
Module: Humans are kind of complex organisms
Module: Leptin and ghrelin
Module: A closer look at NEAT
Module: Stress and cortisol
Filtering the media bullshit
Lucy's LEMON cakes sold for £2 pounds on Plough Street
Subject A - My biggest influence and the greatest writer in the industry
Subject B - This dude is a global nutrition stud
Subject C - Intimidatingly clever nutritional scientist
Subject D -