• Train like a warrior and defeat all excuses in fitness.
    I have spent 10 years of my life trying to improve my body. I live for energy. I eat to live, not live to eat. Learning food and how it affects your body has led me to losing 70 pounds, then gaining 30 pounds of healthy muscle. Now I can maintain my healthy lifestyle with all these great foods I have studied and come across.
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  • How To Prepare For A Physical Event – Mobility, Diet, and Workouts

    Myself, during a brutal competition.

    Myself, during a brutal competition.

    Have you ever played in a kickball tournament lasting from 9AM to roughly 5PM?  Or even ran a long trail/mud race lasting over 5 miles?  Perhaps you’ve done a CrossFit competition that are complied of 6 gruesome WODs in a matter of 6 hours.  Either way, it’s not like you can just wander up to these situations without preparations.  I mean you can, but you’ll either suck at it, or hurt yourself.  So why even do it at all?  It’s time to start caring about what you’re training for.

    Believe it or not, the week prior to your exhausting competition has a lot to do with the results that come from it.  If you were an MMA fighter, you wouldn’t drown alcohol and large amounts of sugar to get ready for a fight.  You also wouldn’t eat nothing but vegetables and beat the crap out of your body in the cage.  There’s a middle to it all, and it’s important to have the proper energy going into what could be the most important competition of your life.

    We aren’t in high school playing baseball anymore.  Most of us are adults with growing bodies, so we have to take care of them properly.  I’ll break it down into the week prior, the day prior, the day of, and during the competition mode on what you should do and consume to prepare your body for the biggest battle of them all.

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    How Eating Like A Champ For A Decade Really Pays Off : Geoff Morehart Fitness

    Eat Like A Champ

    Eat Like A Champ

    I’ve been training others for a decade now.  Nine months prior to that I spent every second training my own body though.  I went against the realm of my beliefs and found a personal training job right after and starting putting people’s health in my hands.

    Stupid me.  I honestly don’t believe you should be responsible for someone’s body until you spent a quality two years of getting to know yours.  Nine months just isn’t enough.  However, look where I am now.  Training over 100 people daily in group classes and more than that via the world wide web.

    I can’t say I completely wasted the first 4 years of my training life, but nothing I learned or did back then is what I reciprocate onto my clients now.  I guess it was a learning process, but now I suppose the purpose of the blog here is to have YOU not waste years of training.  I’d gladly bite the bullet for that outcome.

    It personally took me 9 months to lose 60 pounds.  I was a big, active boy though.  I ate chicken pizzas, rice out of a bag, frozen chicken breasts, salads with ranch packets, and cans of tuna.  My low calories helped me out to lose the weight.

    That goes for all big people though.  Obese people can eat salads and walk on a treadmill and shed weight.  That’s easy training.  Calories in is calories out.  However, if you’re beyond that, and past your two years of training (which is 90% of my clientele), you just can’t tell people to eat cans of tuna and have a chest workout.  Numbers don’t match.  Muscles don’t grow.  Money gets wasted.

    It wasn’t until I really started focusing on my diet when I saw the biggest differences in my client’s bodies and my body.

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    Geoff Morehart Fitness.

    Life Lover. Victory Hunter.
    Food Nomad. Geoff enjoys ghost hunting. Kicking and throwing balls. He eats everything in the ocean but won't step foot in it.

    He was born in the 80's but lives in the now.