Fuel Yourself for Excellence
When it comes to your progress and health, nutrition is everything. Your nutrition is the fuel that will give you energy in the Box, determine how well you recover after workouts and even affect your mood.
With the food that you eat, its exceptionally important to think about your goals.
• Do you want to lose fat?
• Get a six pack?
• Grow more muscle?
• Get leaner?
• Simply feel healthier?
There is no right or wrong goal, it’s all relative, but the old adage of “knowledge is power” is especially true when it comes to what you use to fuel your body. Try to view your nutrition as a constantly improving process. The more you learn, the better you will be able to understand how your body works and responds to different foods.
Check out the articles below to find out more about about what you should be eating in order to reach your goals
How to Lose Fat and Maintain Muscle with Crossfit Training and Good Nutrition
With CrossFit™ the main priority is performance. But if your motivation is to also lose fat, build strength, and look better as well, then this article will help you out on your mission. It explains how to shed unwanted body fat whilst maintaining muscle, turning you into a better athlete and a more confident individual. Build muscle and lose fat now
7 Nutritional Changes that Will Help You Lose Weight
Fat loss is a huge motivating factor for many people that start CrossFit™, however this must be combined with healthy nutrition. If you want to lose weight then re-prioritising your nutrition is the essential first step. Here is how to get started. Remember that your nutrition can be the most powerful form of medicine or the slowest type of poison. Learn how to eat healthier
5 World Class Basics For Crossfit Nutrition
Nutrition is for life. Remember that everything you put in your mouth, in either solid or liquid form, is either helping you achieve your goal or hindering your progress. Make sure you understand the basics and make them a habit with these 5 simple tips. Upgrade your eating habits now