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What's For Breakfast?
Breakfast is one of the most important, but also most forgotten meals of the day. With the fast-pace world we live in, most of us wake with one goal in mind: Get to work on time. We wake up, get ourselves ready, get our kids/animals/spouse situated, and are out the door to make sure we're prompt and ready to take on the work day ahead of us. Physically, you show up on time. What about your mind an
Meal Prep Made Easy
Haley Bigelow in Flexible Dieting, Lifestyle Nutrition, IIFYM
December 29, 2016 · 5 minutes read
Most of us are your average every- day kind of person. We have jobs, families, and other hobbies that keep our schedules pretty jam packed. We don't have many extra hours, multiple times a day to cook 4-6 meals or the extra funds to utilize a meal prep company. Stressing over what to make for lunch or needing to make a daily trip to the grocery store shouldn't be where you focus the majority of y
TNT Top Fitness Websites & Resources
in Flexible Dieting, IIFYM, Lifestyle Nutrition, 12 Days of Fitness
December 22, 2016 · 1 minute read
As we wind down with our TNT 12 Days of Fitness, we’ve been doing some reflecting on the things we’ve learned this year. We’ve grown a lot as a team but not without making a conscious effort to self reflect and learn from those around us. As coaches and athletes, we’re constantly learning from our clients and each other. We believe the more we learn, the better we can help others and ourselves! We
Healthy Substitutions For Common Ingredients
in Flexible Dieting, IIFYM, Lifestyle Nutrition, 12 Days of Fitness
December 21, 2016 · 3 minutes read
Making healthy choices around the holidays or even in general doesn't have to be complicated. Sometimes it's just as easy as swapping out an ingredient or two in your favorite recipe. Sure, it may take a little trial and error; but when you're putting your health first, I'm sure most of us don't mind spending a little extra time here and there!We spent some of our time digging around for a few eas
3 Ways To Avoid Diet Attention During Parties
Dieting during the Holidays…we’ve all dealt with the stares, the comments and the questions that accompany the scenario! The attention can make the whole event seem stressful and daunting at times. Grandma forcing her famous pecan pie on you and your mom saying you look “skinny” can make sticking to your guns and your goals tricky. Ha! But, let’s face it, if you have fitness goals, you’re likely t
Macro Friendly Holiday Recipe
SPINACH ARTICHOKE DIP Hey and Seasons Greeting to all you fellow flexible dieters! Are you ready for some Holiday Edition Macro Hacks?! The Holidays are a minefield of macro destroying bombs, but luckily, we have your back and have some tips, tricks, and hacks to help get you through! You can also check out my video blog here(link) for more on the perspective and mental prep for waging the Christ
How To Avoid Sabotaging Behaviors During The Holidays
Tyler Mayer in Flexible Dieting, Lifestyle Nutrition, 12 Days of Fitness, IIFYM
December 16, 2016 · 3 minutes read
Let’s take a minute to talk about some typical Holiday habits. Have you ever starved yourself all day long to prepare for eating a massive and mind-blowing Holiday feast? Or, set out the day with all the willpower in the world and by the end of the event or occasion, you simply can’t help it and you’ve eaten half a tray of brownies? All the temptations and the holiday buffet of goodies becomes too
A Holiday Perspective
Laughing All The Way, Ho, Ho, Ho
Have you ever felt like the Holidays are a diet destroying trap?? You're not alone! TNT is here to help you navigate the endless sea of Christmas cookies, candy and appetizers with flexible dieting. Watch Coach Lee Ann Thompson as she gives some tips, laughs and real world perspective to stay on track and sane during the trickiest time of year. Success this Holiday season is just one watch away!
5 Tips To Keep You On Track This Holiday Season
in Flexible Dieting, IIFYM, Lifestyle Nutrition
November 22, 2016 · 7 minutes read
Families are gathering and the tables are lined with sweet treats and good eats. It's the time of the year to revisit those favorite dishes you grew up knowing and loving. With temptations like this, how do you stay on track? You're right on track with keeping a balanced lifestyle and are seeing positive changes with every week to come. You made a commitment to yourself and you've been doing grea
Flexible Dieting: Lose Weight, Not Your Mind
Lee Ann Thompson in Flexible Dieting, IIFYM, Lifestyle Nutrition
October 26, 2016 · 5 minutes read
No one is above the law of human nature. Overcoming these traits takes practice and Flexible Dieting provides a strategy. The key is to learn balance and keep it forever! Don't waste time trying to trial and error what it took me so many painstaking years to learn.
How to Deter Food-Pushers, Rethink Tempting Foods, and Increase your Willpower PT.1
There seems to be a strange phenomenon that occurs when one has finally fully resolved to make a lifestyle change for weight-loss—it seems that all manner of temptations unfold and spring to life in every direction. There’s always yet another client lunch, family gathering, celebration, holiday, or seminar buffet table offering irresistible temptation that requires the most intense evasion
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