I am sick and tired. The fitness industry is just a bunch of scams and lies. "Gurus" sell all kinds of random crap, one-size-fits-all-diets and of course supplements.
But nutrition is actually not that complicated. In fact, the knowledge in this course is all you need, in order to lose body fat, gain muscle or even train other people for the rest of your life.
This course isn't selling you another fad diet. It explains the reason why and how our bodies burn body fat or gain muscle mass and how to build a meal plan for yourself or your clients, in order to reach your goals.
I want this course to be your graphical reference book. It explains the fundamentals like calories and macros, what type of diets are actually out there and who should choose which, as well as how to train to lose fat and gain muscle.
You don't have to starve, you don't have to spend hours on a treadmill and you certainly don't have to buy another diet book, once you finished this course.
I spent literally 100s of hours (!) researching both nutrition and exercise and this course gives you the distilled version of what I've found. No bullshit, only science! This is not my opinion, these are facts. Very important for me!
You know the saying "give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime"?
This course teaches you how to fish! Or rather how to diet, but you get the idea ;)
Oh and if you don’t like the course, for whatever reason, you can request a full refund in the first 30 days, no questions asked!
Let's discuss what a calorie actually is, the difference between kj, kcal and cal and what they consist of.
Evil carbs, right? Maybe not! Learn about the benefits of carbs and who should consume them.
Protein is king in a diet. Let's see why that's the case and why you should make protein your number one concern, when it comes to weight loss.
Fat makes you fat. Nonsense. Fat is essential for hormonal production and various processes in our bodies. But make sure to consume the right fats!
What do BMR and TDEE stand for and why are they important for your nutritional goals?
Burn more calories by eating the right foods, rather than by spending 20 minutes on a treadmill. Learn about the thermic effect of food and understand how.
Use this calculator to accurately estimate your caloric needs.
How big should a caloric deficit be in order to lose weight healthy and how big should a surplus be, in order to build muscle mass? Or do you even need a surplus? And is more better?
You'll see weight loss lies all over the place. Magazines, TV and online alike. It's nuts. Let me guide you through the most common ones and why they don't make any sense whatsoever.
This lecture explains the High carb/Low fat diet, who should use it and how to do it.
What the heck is (s)low carb and how does it differ from a high carb/low fat diet?
Ketogenic? Learn how you can use a lot of fat to lose weight easily!
How should you distribute the three macro nutrients in each diet and what else do you have to keep in mind, when designing the macro distribution for a meal plan.
How often should you eat and how big should the meals be? Is there any benefit in eating 6 times per day?
What is this intermittent fasting thing everyone is talking about and does it help with fat loss? Should you do it?
What about liquids? You have to drink something, right? But what and how much? And is alcohol a good idea?
The difference in food density can make or break a diet. A mistake a lot of beginners make, when it comes to meal plan creation and food choices. A must-know!
A lot of people spend too much money on useless supplements. This lecture gives you an overview of what's useful and what's not. Very helpful in order to safe some money!
Let's create an example meal plan together, using a real world example: me! See how I structure an actual meal plan for myself, based on the knowledge presented in this course!
Should you have refeed days or even cheat days in your diet? And how to handle food cravings during a long, calorie restricted period?
Do you actually need exercise to lose fat and to gain muscle mass? And if so, how much time do you have to spend doing it?
Learn the fundamentals of weight lifting, the exercises you should do, even at home and the best set/rep ranges, to get the most bang for your buck!
Let's see why HIIT is better than normal cardio in every single way, how to do it and what the benefits are.
These are the most common mistakes I see people make and how to fix them.
How to set goals for yourself and how much fat loss or muscle gain can you expect on a weekly basis?
Before I go, I'll give you a few resources that you should have a look at afterwards, to deepen your knowledge, if you want to.
I'm a professional diet coach, training both clients all over the world as well as my wife, who is a competitive bodybuilder.
I spent several years perfecting my nutrition knowledge and I'm just tired of all the misguided information, lies and scams in the fitness industry. I spent hundreds of hours on research, so you don't have to!
I want to tell people the cold hard facts, rather than selling a super "secret" diet nobody ever heard before.
I'm also an entrepreneur, having sold my last company back in Germany.