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Living With Celiac Disease: The Battle of Brain Fog and Gluten Fatigue
Brain fog and gluten fatigue are some of the effects of gluten contamination of someone with celiac disease. Gluten fatigue is something
"Fat" is not a Feeling: Intuitive-Eating & Flexible-Dieting
Fat is not a feeling: the connection between "intuitive-eating" and flexible-dieting as a method for sustaining healthy eating practices.
Cardio: Which Is Most Effective?
Tyler Mayer in Contest Prep, Bodybuilding, Flexible Dieting, Nutrition, IIFYM, Training
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Types of cardio can be tricky because there are many to choose from. There's HIIT cardio, steady state cardio, and sometimes there is a ...
Macro Portioning for Success | Flexible Dieting Strategies for Success | Team TNT
Macro portioning strategies for flexible-dieting! Utilize this strategy to curb overindulging and creating quick on-the-go meal sources.
Powerlifting: Tyler Mayer's Training Log 1.27.15
I just wanted to give a quick update to everyone on how my progress is going with my training. It has surprisingly been really good and I'm still seeing more progress each week. My squats are finally feeling a lot more comfortable...
Macros Tracking and My Fitness Pal
Tracking macros is fun once you can nail things down when using something like My Fitness Pal as an app. Macros have never been the same ...
IIFYM/Flexible Dieting: Stop Worrying About The Scale!
When trying to lose weight or even get ready for a competition, a lot of people worry about the scale a little too much. With my coaching, I do use the scale but only to a certain degree. It can be used as a tool for fluctuations but it's not something I use 100%. I factor in how my clients are looking on a weekly basis, how they are feeling and fitting into their clothes, and sometimes ...
Powerlifting: Tyler's Workout Log 1.16.15
Now that I have a good place to blog, I'm going to be posting more of my progress every week on here along with more videos of how I'm doing over the course of the year. Now that my ribs are feeling better, my strength seems to be making it's way back up. I'm now feeling about 90% pain free in my ribs compared to before where I was in so much pain after my squat and deadlifts sets...
IIFYM: Flexible Dieting and Meal Prepping
Tyler Mayer in Contest Prep, Flexible Dieting, Nutrition, Flexible Dieting Recipes, IIFYM
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In the years that I have been helping people with reaching their fitness goals, one thing that has always been really tough for most people and that's planning out their meals. I'm not talking about following a "meal plan" per se, but I'm more talking about preparing yourself to be successful with reaching your overall goal. It's just like anything that you do in life. If you aren't prepared ...
Tyler Mayer's Mock Meet
Now that I'm back in the game of my lifting I'm going to be posting more videos on here so keep a lookout for my progress and from Nichol's as well. We have a lot more stuff coming! Right before Christmas I did a mock meet to see where I was at. I was happy with the turnout because I have been hurt for most of year and it has held me back quite a bit and due to the lack of training I didn't ...