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  1. Hey everyone, So I am a new personal trainer and I am curious as to how to tackle the area of dieting for my clients. This is very different for everyone and I have the knowledge of what a good diet should consist of but obviously that is no good if clients don't adhere to them long term. I am aware that there are a plethora of different 'diets' out there, of which the majority just can't be maintained for the long haul despite their claims. I'd love to know what approaches people have taken to habitual eating, that have worked for YOU (long term)? For example does a strict diet of calorie counting and scrutinising macros/micros work for you. Are you a more flexible dieter with periods of 'clean eating' followed by allowing yourself 'cheat days', or do you not even bother with calorie counting and latest trends but just try to get a wide variety of food in your diet? These are just examples but what works for you and why..? Thanking you in advance
  2. Hi! I am a student at a college in Michigan, USA. I recently wrote this article for my class about healthy, vegan Thanksgiving foods! Let me know what you think!
  3. Just wanted to start a discussion and see what everyone thinks is the key to creating a healthy diet that becomes a habit in the long run. I keep preaching my my blogs and to clients that you need to create a diet that is not only healthy but is one that you enjoy in the long run. So just wanting to know other peoples thoughts on what the key to creating this diet really is.
  4. Hello folks, I am new to the forum and I would be happy to help anyone with any questions or advice they need regarding training, fitness and nutrition and would be delighted to jump on for 30 minutes each day and help anyone where I can. A free download is available of my book, Transform Your Body which is nice and simple (has to be, I wrote it! :-D ) and explains about eating and training properly to do so. You can download it from my website Hope it helps and let me know how you get on and if you have any questions about it and I will do my best to assist Cheers The Guerrilla Coach


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