Posts Tagged 'myfitnesspal'

You cannot “eyeball” your calories, you don’t know how!

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I often receive the guarantee from new clients that they will “eyeball” their food or monitor their portions opposed to accurately tracking their food (against my recommendations). 

The problem here right off the bat is the average person has no idea how many calories are in a particular food by looking at it. The portion of food you eat or the amount of fullness you feel is not necessarily indicative of the calories you’ve consumed!

If we make an analogy to the ...

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My last 800 days on MyFitnessPal

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I have now logged my food 800 consecutive days without missing a beat. No excuse in life has prevented me from doing so, it has consumed about 5 minutes a day give or take during that time period. If anyone reading this has any desire to improve their health and physique I feel pretty confident anyone could do just the same. More than anything it’s simply a sign of consistency & dedication, after 800 days a routine has been set! Lack of consistency ...

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100 Day MyFitnessPal Challenge!

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The details for the 100 Day MyFitnessPal challenge have been posted on the specials board at the studio. You can see a picture below.

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The challenge will begin on March 1st, and all existing clients who accurately log their food for 100 consecutive days will earn 1 free session. If you have been logging your food daily, as recommended, then I will reward those ...

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MyFitnessPal Contest Winners!

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Last week I announced the MyFitnessPal contest winners. I decided to go ahead and select TWO WINNERS instead of just one as originally planned.

For potential new clients who may be visiting my site for the first time…I ran this contest recently to award clients that logged their food daily the opportunity for a free customized diet plan from a registered dietitian. A reward for doing what you’re supposed to do, so win or lose you really reap the benefits ...

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