On this episode, we have EC Synkowski joining us. She is a biochemical engineer and nutrition specialist, and we talk all about the fundamentals of nutrition. We begin by discussing how to make a diet as simple as possible since people tend to make everything so complicated. When we do that, we can't keep up with the things we should be focusing on. We talked about how she was able to work with people having hard time eating fruits and vegetables as well as why it's hard for people to manage their nutrition properly.
EC also talked to me about FODMAP, what that is, and how it affects your body. We break down the difference between Conventional Medicine and Functional Medicine, and lastly, EC talked about children's nutrition and how she helps parents guide their children to a healthy lifestyle.
- Why people find it hard to manage their nutrition.
- Addressing food anxiety.
- Helping parents improve their children's nutrition.
Coaches, today I am so pumped to be introducing you to the future Mr. Olympia, Alex Tilinca. In this episode, we talked all about the misconceptions about the sport of body building. Alex helps take a close look at regulations and lack thereof, why there might not be regulations in some areas, and how that doesn't necessarily affect the competition. Everyone is unique.
We also talked about nutrition specifics and how being in your off-season can affect you. (Spoiler: This is a topic I also dive into with Jonathan Munoz next Thursday!) Alex also talks to me about how we can use some of the practices from bodybuilding and translate them to our gen-pop clients.
You'll hear me talk to Alex about:
- How to manage recovery and how to avoid illness.
- Carbohydrates and how wrong some people get them.
- How to determine if your nutrition plan works.
About Today's Guest
Alex Tilinca is a 20-year-old NPC bodybuilder from...
In today’s episode, Erin talked to us about a myriad of topics ranging from the science of food and neurochemical dynamics of behavior to how we can break down really complicated nutritional and chemical processes without overwhelming clients - and therefore improve client adherence. In short, I really felt that in this episode Erin captures the “art of science” if you will, and I’m sure this is one you won’t want to miss.
In this episode you’ll learn:
- How to inspire clients to adhere to behavior change
- Tips for battling misinformation and regulating the food culture your client (and many trainers) struggle with
- The microbiological reasons why gut health affects the entire body and why the approach to everyone should be different
About Today's Guest
Erin Murray is a nutrition, health, and strength coach that that splits her time between clients and academia. Her passion for science and whole foods...
Today we got to speak with Eve Guzman, the founder of the Macro Mentorship Program, the unique macro nutrition + business coaching course. Eve turns health coaches and nutritionists into macro experts, increases their re-sign rates, builds their confidence with nutrition coaching, streamlines their client management systems while scaling their businesses. She is an internationally-acclaimed nutritionist, business coach, public speaker, and PEOPLE Magazine 'Half Their Size' ambassador. She is the creator of the G-Transformation Academy, which aims to help women ditch fad diets, lose weight, and eat real food without being restricted. She has personally lost more than 150 pounds through exercise and her macro nutrition philosophy, going from obese to a nationally qualified figure competitor.