fitness starts with what you put into your body
Eat Vashon Strong
“Eat meat & vegetables, nuts & seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat.”
For those who are interested in weight-loss or taking your performance in the gym to the next level, you must ask yourself some important questions: What do I eat? When do I eat it? How much do I eat?
More than any supplement, protein shake, caffeinated drink, or multi-vitamin, the food you eat is your primary source that has real effect on your energy levels for a given day.
We are in the process of puting together a new, easy-to-understand, broad-strokes guide to nutrition, which delivers support and accountability, meeting you where you are at. It embraces the philosophy that the quality and proportions of your caloric intake completely regulates your hormones, which then governs how much muscle you build vs how much fat you store.
Check back soon, or talk to a coach about nutrition support and accountability – and power your workout with great nutrition.
how do I start?
A little incentive
Feeling confident when you step into the gym makes all the difference, especially when you are new. We take the time to find out about your fitness goals and previous experience in a one-to-one setting and make sure you’ve got the basics before you join the larger group classes. Schedule your FREE “No-Sweat Intro Session” today.