Client Case Study – Mike

Mike came to me with a solid foundation of habits. Already training consistently doing a mix of CrossFit / Hypertrophy training / Olympic Weightlifting, and paying attention to the types of food he put in his body.

correlated relationship or priority and progress in nutrition and exercise

The Correlated Relationship of Priority & Progress

Individual variability in where you choose to prioritize your nutrition and strength training in your life directly influences the rate of your progression. When evaluating your own rate of progress you have to include existing external commitments that may currently be a higher priority.

Add Some Flex For More Success

Willpower is largely overrated. Knowledge is your key to success. With this knowledge you can understand how strategic implementation of “unhealthy” or “flexible” foods as I prefer to call them bolster overall adherence ultimately paving the path to your goals.