July 19, 2023



A Nutrition plan that you can stick to

Adherence is so important when it comes to nutrition plans. If your struggling right now, adjusts your nutrition plan to your body's needs, requirements and preferences. Don't put too much pressure on yourself if things don't go to plan.

A program is only good if you can stick with it consistently, this goes for both nutrition and training plans.

Your nutrition requirements are personalised towards your goals, sex, age, activity level, lifestyle, and so on.

You must stay consistent with your diet approach. This repeated execution will give you the most accurate results and you can adjust calories or macronutrients if things are not going to plan.

Start by doing the fundamental practices really and well like:

  • Drinking water
  • Having good quality sources of protein, healthy fats, and carbs.
  • Eating small portions regularly helps many clients.
  • Eating a variety of fruit and veggies is crucial.

For some client's it’s not realistic to track every single bit of food that they eat. It’s not sustainable. We all live very busy lives and that's ok.

For some other client's they love tracking every single bite of food they eat. It’s something they enjoy and can adhere to.

There is no right or wrong way to approach nutrition. It’s all personal preference.

What works best for you mightn’t work for someone else.

If you like tracking your food I recommend using an app called myfitnesspal.

If you don’t like tracking food in an app, you can use hand size portions to gauge your nutrition intake. (See topics- nutrition) were I discuss this further.

Overall, whatever approach you want to use, make sure it’s sustainable for you and be consistent with it. Choose foods you like and make progressively better choices. (Eat one biscuit rather than the packet) don’t worry we have all been there

Overall choose higher-quality foods. Pick foods that you love, that are convenient and available for you to eat.

There is no one fits all approach.