I am finally ready to launch something that I’ve found compelling but terrifying for quite some time: a generalized nutrition program designed to fill the market need for better nutrition education. I am hoping some of you would like to test it with me. In the initial 12 week program, Part 1 is learning to Paleo your Macros, Part 2 is understanding why this isn’t as simple as it looks, and Part 3 is optimizing things like nutrient timing and supplements.
This scares me because I know us all to be individually unique, so I’m scared to put a “solution” out there because I know it’s not that simple. At the same time, I know that being educated is better than flying blind, and through lots of trial and error, input from my initial nutrition clients over the past year, and reading everything I can find on the subject, I think I’m ready to share what I think everyone should know in a three month “digestible” format.
If you would like to make changes in the way you look, feel, or perform, I am hoping you’ll sign up to kick this off alongside the Arena Ready healthy habits challenges in the New Year. If you’re happy with your current habits, and believe they’re working for you, I genuinely want you to ignore this message. I don’t want you to try to “fix” what isn’t broken.
Since “How much does it cost?” is always an important consideration, I’ll of course answer that up front: I have decided to include the first 12-week trial for this program in Arena Ready membership. While I think it’s awesome, and could potentially warrant an incremental charge, I’m also sure there will be room for improvement. I would love for you to consider any feedback you have for me as your “payment” since that will be tremendously valuable to me in the future.
For those of you who like credentials, in addition to being a CrossFit Level 3 trainer, I am a Certified Sports Nutritionist from the International Society of Sports Nutritionists (CISSN), and a Precision Nutrition Level 1 Coach (Pn1). I’m also pursuing a Masters Degree in Nutrition and Human Performance through Logan University, and I’ve done tons of research in nutrition on my own since I was a teenager. I believe (and hope!) I can share a lot of information that will be helpful to you. That said, I’m still relatively new to nutrition coaching, so please stay active in this process, also do your own research, and challenge me if anything I say doesn’t make sense to you, or isn’t consistent with your own understanding.
Also, California state law allows any person to provide nutritional advice or give advice concerning proper nutrition--which is the giving of advice as to the role of food and food ingredients, including dietary supplements. This state law does NOT confer authority to practice medicine or to undertake the diagnosis, prevention, treatment, or cure of any disease, pain, deformity, injury, or physical or mental condition and specifically does not authorize any person other than one who is a licensed health practitioner to state that any product might cure any disease, disorder, or condition.