Atlanta Personal Trainer Give Free Advice and Tips. This is the same plan that has helped over over 35 of my past and present Doctor clients drop a combine weight of 1250 Pounds together. Yes Weight lose goals are my Trophies and fitness was my first choice profession out of college at Mississippi State University.
I challenge you to try this nutritional guide for the next 30 days, weight yourself at the beginning and then again next month. I promise you this works. All the Atlanta and Buckhead Personal Trainers that i’ve met so far are like Give Me, Give Me, Give Me well I want to do the opposite that’s not why I started Personal Training and that’s not what I’m about. I’m about helping others and giving back! I’m happy as long as you use what I give you.
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Since working in Atlanta I haven’t seen any Personal Trainer Before and After Pictures or Video Testimonials. Have you? Atlanta is a great place but don’t fall for the smoke, mirrors and allusions Pick a Trainer Based on Results you can See and Measure. My Personal Training Clients Know every step of the way how good they are doing, how close are they to their goals and I document their success. When you give the positive feed back added with my other tools it Motivates my clients every steep of the way.
Training in the Atlanta and Buckhead area and I want all my Personal Training Clients to have access to this that way you can always refer to it. I do write my Personal Training Clients Customized Nutritional/Diet Plans and I also work with a Chef for those who can’t find the time to Cook everyday. My job as a Trainer is to Eliminate all Excuses and Be your Accountability Partner. I’ve found that since working with a lot of the Elite and CEO’s in Atlanta you all think that you are Busy Until we Sit Down with a Calendar.
Nutrition Blueprint: You can use the food list below to add variety, if you have any questions feel free to ask. High Protein Nutritional plan that will help you to burn more calories and gain muscle tone. . All other sources from meats and vegetables are a plus.
Pick 1:(Oat-meal, Nutri-grain Bar or Oat-Meal 2 Go)
2 hours Later
Snack: Fruits, Vegetables or Unsalted Nuts +Protein shake
2 hours Later
Lunch: 1 Turkey Sandwich Light dressign! or Turkey/Chicken Salad with 1 table spoon of light Dressing
2 hours Later
Snack: Fruits,Vegetables or Unsalted Nuts + Protein Shake
1-2 hours Later
Dinner: Pick one! Baked Fish, Boiled Seafood, Grilled Chicken Breast baked, grilled, oven or George Forman Grill(no Salt)
2 Vegetables either Raw or out of the Bag in the Frozen Food Section, Brands don’t matter!
Optional Snack: Fruit from list + Protein Shake
At least 4 Pints of Water, You can add Crystal Light if you drink 6 that’s fine too.
All you have to do is plug in foods from this list.
Print this off and keep it where you can see it along with structure of the meals every 1-3 hours.
These are lists of foods that are forbidden, recommended, or “to be eaten in moderation”.
Foods Forbidden on the List
White bread (includes any bread with white flour in it)
Pasta, unless whole grain
White flour, and products made with it such as cake, cookies, crackers, pretzels, doughnuts, bagels, and muffins
Potatoes and potato chips
Corn and corn chips
Sugar and products with added sugar, e.g. canned fruits in syrup
Jams and jellies containing added sugars
Ripe bananas (green OK)
Salad dressings and sauces with added sugar, such as Teriyaki sauce
Fruit drinks containing added sugar
Sugar-sweetened soft drinks
Sugar-cured meats (e.g. ham is often cured with salt and sugar)
Recommended Carbohydrate Foods For
All other vegetables and fruits (see low carb fruit and vegetable lists.)
Whole grains, such as brown rice and oatmeal
Whole grain flour
Products made with 100% whole grain flour (note that “wheat flour” is NOT whole grain – it has to say WHOLE wheat), as long as they have no added sugars
Other Recommended Foods
Lean meats (remove skin from poultry, trim lean cuts of beef, pork, and lamb) Nothing sugar-cured. (Low saturated fat meat list)
Fish and seafood (not breaded)
Nuts and nut butters
Olive and canola oils
Low fat milk and other dairy products (low fat sour cream, yogurt, etc, with no added sugar)
Mayonnaise and other sauces and dressings with no added sugar
Artificial sweeteners OK
Foods to Eat in Moderation
Fruit juices with no added sugar
Artificially sweetened colas (clear sodas are better)
Chocolate (at least 60% cacao)
Pure fruit jams and jellies without added sugar
Butter, cream and regular cheese
Beverages with caffeine
Small portions of sugar-free ice cream, “if you have eaten a low glycemic meal that does not contain red meat”
Low Carb Vegetables
Sprouts (bean, alfalfa, etc.)
Greens – lettuces, spinach, chard, etc.
Hearty Greens – collards, mustard greens, kale, etc.
Radicchio and endive count as greens
Herbs – parsley, cilantro, basil, rosemary, thyme, etc.
Sea Vegetables (Nori, etc)
Cabbage (or sauerkraut)
Cucumbers (or pickles without added sugars)
Green Beans and Wax Beans
Green Bell Peppers
Red Bell Peppers
Scallions or green onions
Snow Peas (pods)
Celery Root (Celeriac)
Turnip (see Carb Counts of Root Vegetables)
Starchy (High Carb) Vegetables
I wanted to do something to give back to Atlanta as a Personal Trainer and what better way than to give tools that have been proven success for my clients. I’m looking to grow my business so if you can refer people or invite me to any networking event feel free to contact me