Free Nutrition Course — Part 3

2014-1006 Exercise Quote

All posts in the series titled “Free Nutrition Course” summarize information on the Precision Nutrition website. Although the information is not specific to brain injury, ataxia, seizures, strokes, aphasia, autism or disability, the information is pertinent to the conditions that concern us. Please note, information in this post may not account for your specific allergies or dietary restrictions. Consult with your physician prior to changing anything in your diet or exercise program.

The previous posts in this series were not gender specific, but the information below is gender specific. As such, Precision Nutrition offers one document for women and a different document for men. Some sections of the documents are identical, but many sections are different. However, you may benefit from the content of each document regardless of your gender.

Information from John Berardi, Ph.D. | Precision Nutrition

In our first two lessons, we talked exclusively about eating. Today, we’re going to talk exercise. If you want to look and feel your best, the right kind – and right amount – of exercise can really accelerate things. Lots of people make mistakes here, but the truth is: there are just a few simple principles to understand.

Today I’ll tell you exactly what those mistakes are and share a 6-week program you can get started on right away.

 

Lean Eating for Women

Your Exercise Plan for Men

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