Nutrition is individual to you and is dependent on a variety of factors such as your; bodyweight, sex, type of activity and activity levels, goals, somatotype and genetic predisposition. What works for one person may work not for another.
Achieving optimal nutrition will not happen overnight, but will require you to develop awareness about your eating and make a sustained effort to eat healthily.
The benefits of optimal nutrition go further than improvements in body composition. Other benefits include; Improved sleep, better digestion, more energy and a stronger immune system.
How does this effect me?
Research has demonstrated that, if fat loss is your goal, following a well-designed exercise program for five or six hours a week will not lead to significant body composition change without dietary intervention.
Exercise alone doesn’t work.
To change your body composition, improve your health and maximise your training you need to optimise your nutrition.