Your diet isn’t just about the calories you take in. It isn’t that simple, though many want you to believe that it is.
You may have been led to believe that you just have to eat less than what you burn to lose weight. But what if you don’t want to just lose weight?
This is where things get more difficult. Losing weight, in a healthy way, really means that you want to change your body composition. Some want to do this to improve performance, some want to put on weight to be more effective in their sport. You really have to see that there are so many different variables.
Focusing solely on calories in and calories out isn’t good enough for you to reach your optimal results.
For the best results, no matter your goal, you need to change the way you fuel your body. Stop looking at calories and start looking at the composition of the fuel you’re putting into your tank. When you eat the right types of fuel, you won’t have to worry so much about calories.
Plant-based dietary fiber keeps your gut clean
No matter what your goal is, the way you choose to fuel your body pre-workout, during your workout, post-workout, and in between your workouts will directly affect your results.
There is simply no way around it. If you want better results, faster results and to reach your ultimate goals, you must start fueling your workouts for the results you desire. At M3, our guides teach you a plant-based protocol of the Sticky Fiber Diet.
If you want better results, you must start fueling your workouts for the results you desire.
Are you self-sabotaging your ability to get the most from your workouts? It’s possible you just don’t know any better. Many don’t. There was a time I didn’t either. That, however, is about to change!
12 diet tactics that will change the way you fuel your workouts!
- Add Soluble or “Sticky Fiber” to your pre-workout snack.
- Hydrate before your workout.
- Limit the amount of sugar you have before your workout.
During Your Workout:
- Drink water throughout your workout.
- Be aware of your energy needs during extended workouts.
- Maintain a balance of electrolytes during extended or high-intensity workouts.
- Eat a post-workout meal to replenish energy stores.
- Eat enough protein to enable muscle repair and growth.
- Drink water to replenish water loss.
In Between Workouts:
- Eat plant-based, fiber-rich meals.
- Limit sugar and processed food intake.
- Limit alcohol consumption.
Many times it may sound simple, but these tend to be areas that many people struggle with. They struggle to eat more fiber, fill their plates and bowls with plant-based foods, and eat enough protein.
Also, many don’t realize how much they limit themselves by eating too much sugar and drinking alcohol. If you want to fuel your workouts the right way, you must implement these tactics.
At M3, we focus on an integrated training approach. What you eat is a cornerstone to your success! Contact us today to learn more about how we can help guide you towards greater success by implementing these tactics. Our M3 online programs are here to guide you toward your next victory!