Going on a diet in today’s world is hard. You’re busy juggling a lot of things, like work, errands, family, friends, and other extracurricular activities. Dieting is especially hard when you factor in work at the office, constantly being on the go, traveling, on your feet, or just don’t have time.
You try anyway. But, what happens when you can’t get it right?
You go through cycles of being on and off a diet, going through the frustration of not being able to sustain a “diet”. Then we fall into the same routines because we’re working at a desk, need to meet the demands of our job, and just can’t figure out how to eat healthy on a consistent basis. Sometimes we aren’t even aware the food that we’re eating is even unhealthy!
On top of all that, we’re inundated with nutrition and diet information that just isn’t practical for our daily lives.
It seems hard to imagine but conventional dieting, and the advice that comes with it, just doesn’t work. Eating right a majority of the time though does.
If you’re someone who wants to obtain or maintain low body fat, feel healthy, and be confident with their body but struggles with eating right on a consistent basis because they’re a busy executive, then sign up for my course below.
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Just Don't Take My Word for It ... Here's What Others Had to Say:
"We have people join the gym who were captains of their division 1 team to those who are beginning a workout routine for the first time. Regardless of their background, everyone is looking for nutrition advice and in today's culture especially, we are all busy. Andrew Kobylarz's Desk Job Diet gives the most sound nutrition advice I have ever seen. He covers all the main topics and give great tips for those who are short on time".
-Adam Kant, Founder of Intrepid Gym
"In the daily rat race most of us run around in, trying to break down the complicated game of nutrition isn't always number 1 on our to do list. Lucky for us, this course does it for us. Whether you're the fitness professional trying to help your clients stay on a healthy track, or a busy executive who wants to make a change and needs some guidance, this is the perfect course to do just that."
-Vanessa Checchio, Founder of Bachata and Barbells
"Andrew Kobylarz's course is a one stop shop to help establish healthy habits in everyday life. He answers the question we all wonder about, how to stay healthy when you don't have time. I have, and will continue to, recommend this course to my clients and associates working a corporate 9am-5pm (really more like 7am-7pm) schedule."
-Rock Tate, Co-Owner of Intrepid Montclair
Why is dieting so hard? The real answer.
How are habits formed? And a look at what triggers unhealthy eating in your diets.
How to set up your habits by using systems.
A quick summary of Module 1.
How to approach the mindset of dieting.
Simple Guidelines to make sure that you're always eating healthy.
3 rules to ensure that you're always having a healthy meal.
A quick recap of Module 1 & 2.
A breakdown of the 3 tenants of the DeskJob Diet system, quality food, low carb/low sugar, Intermittent Fasting,
A breakdown of breakfast myths. different forms of IF, and why I prefer Leangains.
How I break my fast, and what I eat if I workout or don't work out.
How I approach dinner on the DeskJob Diet.
A quick breakdown of each meal strategy you're going to implement, portion control, meal timing, & exercise to food ratio.
How to manage portions on the DeskJob Diet
When is the ideal time to eat certain meals/caloric intake on the DeskJob Diet.
A quick primer on how much to eat in relation to your exercise levels.
A quick summary of Module 1, 2, & 3.
A breakdown of what your day will look like, each meal, obstacles you might face, and how to eat on the go/traveling.
How to fast and what to do while you're fasting during the breakfast period. In addition, a quick breakdown of what to eat if you don't want to fast.
How to handle breakfast when you're on the go or don't have the time to make breakfast.
3 Breakfast recipes.
The formula you'll use for every meal and how to avoid unhealthy snacking.
The system you can use to choose healthy restaurants and meals if you get takeout for lunch.
A system for you to easily select healthy on the go lunch options.
A system for you to choose healthy lunch options during travel.
3 Lunch recipes.
How to make or select healthy dinner options when you're out, on the go, or traveling.
3 Dinner recipes.
A quick summary of Modules 1 through 4.
Busting alcohol myths.
How to control your intake of alcohol and approach a night of drinking.
If you decide to drink alcohol, which type to choose.
Final thoughts, takeaways, and my contact information.
A deep dive into finding quality food, fasting, grains, and sugars.
A deep dive into how to select "quality" produce.
A deep dive into how to find "quality" meat.
The benefits and science behind fasting.
An unbiased look at including grains in your diet.
A deep dive into sugar and how it should be consumed in the DeskJob Diet.
I've been passionate about fitness and nutrition since I've been 18. I've gone through various diets and workout routines while trying to reach my goals of losing fat and gaining muscle. Obtaining and maintaining low body fat hasn’t been without its challenges, but ultimately I found a way to systematize my diet and workout routines in a healthy, sustainable way.
Following my passion and curiosity, I became a fitness and nutrition coach at Intrepid Gym, where I learned that many of the people that I was training were having the same obstacles that I had. It led me to create the Mind Ya Fitness blog, which helps busy professionals to incorporate healthier eating habits and workout routines into their schedule. From there I started writing for various health/wellness publications and became a nutrition expert for answers.com.
All that experience brought me to the DeskJob Diet course. It’s designed for busy professionals to eat healthier while obtaining or maintaining a low body fat. I want to make it easier for people to improve their diets, look better, feel healthier, and ultimately be more confident.