For men & women who want to lose stubborn belly fat but struggle with the so-called expert advice of eating less & exercising more.
It doesn’t care how old or young you are. It pays no attention to how experienced or novice you are. It can hit you at any time.
If hunger takes over, your brain goes into survival mode. Your "need" to binge on food is a natural response by your brain.
In leaner times, it played a role in helping us survive… but modern living has let it off the leash with shocking consequences.
Before I explain about the "hunger hormone" Mike mentioned, you may want to know a little more about me.
As a strength & conditioning specialist (CSCS) I’ve trained athletes in 21 different sports at levels from high school to professional. I’ve coached NFL Super Bowl Champions as well as ordinary girls and guys who want to see better results.
As an NCAA Division I Strength and Conditioning Coach, I was responsible for the performance of hundreds of athletes competing at the highest level.
I have traveled the globe lecturing trainers and coaches on strength, conditioning and body composition.
Food plays a part stimulating the pleasure centers of the brain. When we eat it releases dopamine and serotonin. And, man, did I eat.
I spent years attempting to lose the weight and once I did struggling to keep it off, with NO success.
It took me five years to get the balance right. It all clicked into place once I discovered the impact of the "hidden" hormone. But now I understood how the body works…
Look, I work with the best. When they need a result, they don’t accept excuses. That’s why I only use methods that work.
I’ve spent years studying and researching nutrition, fat loss and body composition. And discovering how they impact athletic performance.
The 200-lb college sports star who dropped 30lbs of body fat… with ONE TINY TWEAK to his daily meal plan
Ok, some of these sound crazy, but I’ll explain in a moment how I used my proven 3-step method to change their future.
With the higher levels of activity comes a need for more fuel, in the form of food. However, getting the balance right to eat the right amount for recovery was difficult.
For clients, this is always an issue. Too restrictive a diet and hunger threatens to wreck all…