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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!
TNT Holiday Fun and Gains!
David Davis in 12 Days of Fitness, Training
December 15, 2016 · 1 minute read
Stuck at home due to the holiday?! Do these 12 exercises to stay active! We know that during the holidays it can be a challenge to make it into the gym. Here are 12 exercises you can do at the in-laws home to stay active!
How To Track Macro Recipes In My Fitness Pal
When preparing meals, especially in the form of a combination dish, it can get a little tricky to keep your macros accounted for. Do you cook everything separate? What happens when it is a casserole, or chili? What about a pie, or meatloaf? Here's 10 simple steps on how to track macro recipes on My Fitness Pal to help make dinner time a little easier. First, if you aren't familiar with My Fitness
Flexible Dieting: 12 Days of Fitness--Self-Awareness & Habits
Tyler Mayer in Lifestyle Nutrition, Flexible Dieting, 12 Days of Fitness
December 11, 2016 · 1 minute read
Day one of your 12 Days of Fitness! Most of the things we do on a daily basis is purely habitual, right? without us even being consciously aware of it.
Flexible Dieting: 3 Proven Strategies To Get Through The Holidays
Tyler Mayer in Flexible Dieting, Lifestyle Nutrition
December 07, 2016 · 1 minute read
Holiday eating is tough especially around Christmas time. Here are 3 proven strategies to get you through the holidays with flexible dieting. Flexible dieting is just that--it's flexible. It allows you to enjoy the foods you love while reaching your fitness goals.
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
A Bodybuilding Prep for a Strength Athlete
David Davis in Bodybuilding, Powerlifting, Contest Prep
November 11, 2016 · 5 minutes read
Growing up I wasn’t a traditional athlete. I was into sports like skateboarding, rollerblading, dirt biking and BMX. Out of high school I stumbled upon weight training through a friend’s father. This was the 1st time I felt like “one of the guys”. After four years of hard work, I decided to do my first bodybuilding show, and I was hooked! I felt like I found my niche! I’ve never been a big guy,
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
Powerlifting: “Power”...“Lifting”…is that what you do with a power tool?
As the sport of powerlifting gets more and more popular, the thing that I've heard repeated a lot from physique athletes and your “everyday person” is, "that's great and all, and I wish I could do that, but won’t it make me bulky?" or, "…don’t you have to be big to do that?". The answer is a resounding NO!
New Team Member, David Davis, Road To Recovery
David Davis in Contest Prep, Flexible Dieting, IIFYM, Training, Powerlifting
February 24, 2016 · 4 minutes read
Hello Everyone!

I’m David Harvey Davis and I'm the newest addition to the TNT team, and I’m an Online Programming Director, Training and Nutrition Coach!  Having this position means that I will now start handling the online training programming and lifting splits for a lot of the current TNT athletes. Additionally, I will also be...
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