Get Shredded, Get Strong Nutrition Seminar
We’re excited to be able to offer the Get Shredded, Get Strong Nutrition Seminar to CFSB Members and anyone interested in the Michiana area.
In this seminar we’ll teach you how to get shredded and stronger with proper nutrition. Before the seminar starts you’ll get a FREE InBody scan ($35 value) to accurately determine your current weight, muscle mass, and body fat. This will give us a good starting point to gauge your progress.
We’ll teach you how to accurately determine your calories for your particular goals based on your InBody scan. Want to shed fat? You’re going to need to eat fewer calories. Want to crush your workout? You’re going to need to make sure you’re eating enough calories. Want to get strong and swole? You’re going to need to eat more calories than what you need.
But fat loss, muscle gain, and performance aren’t just based on calories. Macros matter too. What are macros? They’re how your calories are split up into protein carbs and fat. Maybe you’re eating the right number of calories but your progress is stalled because you’re not eating enough protein or carbs. We’ll show you to bust through those plateaus with macros, and we’ll show you how to determine the unique macros you need based on your goals and your InBody scan.
Lastly, we’ll show you how to put this all into actual real life practice. We’ll teach you the basics of using MyFitnessPal the most popular free calorie and macro counting app out there. We’ll also teach you the basics of weighing and measuring your food at home so you can put what you learned about calories and macros in the seminar into practice that same day!
Event Details: Saturday July 27th 2019
FREE InBody scan (pre-seminar) 12-1pm
Actual Seminar (3hrs) 1-4pm
Cost $25 for Non CFSB Members
Free For CFSB Members
Location: CrossFit South Bend
In this seminar you’ll learn how to
-Increase Muscle Mass
-Lose Body Fat
-Maximize Athletic Performance
-Determine your unique individual calorie needs
-Determine your unique individual protein, carb, and fat needs
-Use MyFitnessPal to track your food
-Weigh and measure your food
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