The Perfect Kettlebell Training Diet?

by admin on July 24, 2010

Although I spend 95% of the time on this blog talking about kettlebell exercises and workouts, diet is a critical component of any training program that can’t be overlooked.  Like it or not, what you eat plays a huge role in your performance.

I truly believe that there is no perfect diet for everyone – and personal experience in servicing nearly 10,000 career training sessions strongly supports this fact. Different approaches work for different people.

Here are three meal plans that will compliment your kettlebell training program well – it’s ultimately up to you to pick which one fits your preferences and lifestyle best.

1. The Primal Blueprint

Author Mark Sisson (of Mark’s Daily Apple) makes an effort in this book to dispel many diet ‘myths’ that have come to be accepted as fact in popular culture. Life of our primal ancestors is put in stark contrast with the modern sedentary lifestyles most of us lead and the potential associated health issues. This book poses a solution that promises to guide us towards “effortless weight loss, vibrant health and boundless energy”.

Read more details, see a book preview and read reviews on Amazon.com by clicking below:

The Primal Blueprint

2. The Warrior Diet

The Warrior Diet has some similar themes as the Primal Blueprint as it looks to the habits of early cultures in an attempt to deliver a “radical yet surprisingly
simple lifestyle overhaul”.
The diet’s premise – based on both historical evidence and scientific studies – is the cycling of undereating during the day and loading up during the night.  For a
more detailed description and to read about experiences others have had with the book, check out the link below:
The Warrior Diet

The Warrior Diet has some similar themes to the Primal Blueprint as it looks to the habits of early cultures in an attempt to deliver a “radical yet surprisingly simple lifestyle overhaul”.  The diet’s premise – based on both historical evidence and scientific studies – is the cycling of undereating during the day and loading up on calories during the night.  For a more detailed description and to read about experiences others have had with the book, check out the link below:

The Warrior Diet

3. The Best Fat Loss Diet Plan

This is my very own back-to-basics fat loss meal plan.  It’s based on scientific evidence and what’s actually worked for me and countless training clients over the years.  It’s a ‘super-quick-start’ sort of guide that skips all the theory, cuts right to how to set up your meal plan and gives you dozens of healthy meal and snack recipe ideas.  Click below for more info:

Forest’s Best Fat Loss Diet Plan

Although I don’t talk about diet a whole lot on this blog, it’s a critical piece of any training program.  I’ve given an overview of a few different programs in this post for those of you who need a little guideance; the most important thing is to have a scientifically backed and real-life proven meal plan and to stay consistent with it.  Keep training hard!

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