Last week a client mentioned to me that they had not received an email from us in a LONG time. I knew it had been a while, but honestly, I kind of lost track of the time. Turns out it was February!
In that email I posted a guest article, How I Quit Weekend Overeating by the folks over at Precision Nutrition. They are hands down the industry leader in nutritional coaching, body transformation, and behavioral change.
We have been using pieces of their coaching system for a couple years now with our clients and seemed to get pretty good results… but again we were only using pieces. We then started to think about the results we could get if we learned the entire system. So this past April, Don and I decided to take the plunge and enrolled in the Precision Nutrition certification program.
To make a long story short, this has added a substantial time commitment to our week. This, coupled with working with clients and making time for family, has left little time for anything else.
However, while we work to become better nutrition coaches, we don’t want to leave you high and dry. If you’re reading this blog, you must be at least somewhat interested in health and wellness, so we’ve lined up a guest blogger who also happens to be my wife, Stacy (aka Stacia). In case you don’t know Stacy and are wondering how she’s qualified to contribute to the PPT blog, in a past life, she was an NASM-certified personal trainer and Division I track All-American in the 10K. And since she’s married to me, she’s learned a few more things about fitness and nutrition.
In her blog, Stacy will talk about her running experiences over the last 22 years and how they relate to health, wellness, and all aspects of life. She is also on the road to getting into good running shape again after a 6-year layoff from competing, and will share the trials and tribulations of making a comeback as an “aging” runner. Even if you’re not a runner, I’m certain you’ll enjoy her insight and honesty, and will see similarities to your own fitness journey.
We hope you have a great rest of the summer and while we are a bit preoccupied, please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions, comments, concerns and for help.