A fundamental error seen when people look to make a change in their body is not addressing nutrition enough. Our bodies are incredible machines that requires proper fuel to perform at their highest potential. Eating a balanced diet of protein, carbs and fats are essential and eating small meals every 2-3 hours is best to keep your metabolism high and your energy stable.
Much like a race car needs premium racing fuel, our bodies need clean, unprocessed food. Say you were to put 87 octane gas into a race car, you would expect it to not work efficiently, perform poorly, and breakdown more often. Our bodies are very similar, if we don’t feed on lean proteins, unprocessed carbs and healthy fats, we too will not perform at our highest, be efficient machines and avoid breakdowns.
When you begin a fitness program make sure to have your diet clean, portioned and frequent to guarantee a successful experience and achieve your goals.