A BETTER WAY TO LOSE THOSE POUNDS?
What if we were to show you a better way to lose all those unwanted pounds and inches? A way that doesn’t deprive you of your favorite foods.
What if we were to show you a diet that improves your performance in the gym and won’t slow you down? A diet that gives you energy throughout the day and not put you in a fog like low-carb diets do.
It’s a diet that’s become increasingly popular in the CrossFit, weightlifting, and bodybuilding communities.
We’re not making this up. That approach is called Flexible Dieting.
What is Flexible Dieting?
We are hosting a free 1-hour seminar at Summerlin CrossFit on Saturday, February 13 @ 12 pm that explains what it is, how to do it, how it works, and about an upcoming nutrition challenge that’s a great way to introduce it into your life. Click the button to reserve a spot. Space is limited.
In short, it’s a diet that places the focus on meeting certain macronutrient (protein, carbs, and fat) targets. Those targets are determined in large part by your goals and activity level. But what you eat is up to you as long as you hit those targets.
Can you eat doughnuts all day and meet those targets? Unlikely and not recommended. But it does mean you can have a doughnut now and then and not have to feel guilty about it.
Flexible Dieting is a nutrition plan that many of CrossFit’s top athletes and many in the weightlifting and bodybuilding world are now subscribing to.
Athletes such as:
It’s the diet Summerlin CrossFit’s coach Kristen has used for over a year to achieve the following results:
To introduce Flexible Dieting to the gym, we are kicking off a Flexible Dieting Challenge on February 22 that is open to everyone. Group challenges, we’ve found, are proven way to successfully kickstart some new habits into your life.
But before we do that, Kristen is hosting a free 1-hour seminar at Summerlin CrossFit on Saturday, February 13 @ 12 pm that will explain:
How to properly calculate your macros (There are many online calculators out there but Kristen has found many of those deliver inaccurate numbers)
Proven methods to stay on track
Best practices from her own experience
Specifics of the Diet Challenge
We highly recommend you attend the seminar before joining the challenge. Space is limited and we request you sign up in advance today.
If you can’t make it, don’t worry, if you signed up we’ll be sure to email you the seminar notes and challenge info afterward.
Once again, the seminar is free so what do you have to lose?
P.S. Below are links to a blog and an article that explains FD in more detail.
Flexible Dieting Trend Leaves Room For Doughnuts