Do you know your Neurotype? If you were to take inventory of your dietary history, what would that look like?

If you’re anything like me, it would be a laundry list of programs, meal plans, and challenges. Paleo? Yup. Keto? Yup. Whole 30? You bet. Intermittent Fasting? Several times. Macros? Still counting.

Now do the same with your training history. It’s probably a similar result. I’m not sure there’s a training modality out there that I haven’t tried… except marathon running.

The point is that nutrition and training results all boil down to one simple concept… IS IT RIGHT FOR YOU?

The BEST Nutrition and Training Program

Simple does not mean easy. Because what’s easy is program hopping and trying every diet and training program under the sun. Yet, here we are, still trying to search for the answer.

The reality is that the best nutrition program and the best training program is the one that you can consistently adhere to and the one you enjoy the most.

Have you ever even considered the enjoyability factor? Most people don’t.

Think of it like this… If I were to tell you that the best results you can possibly get are by playing the guitar for 1 hour per day (bear with me here), how would that work for you?

A percentage of people would be thrilled to hear that and excited to get started. Another percentage would suck it up and do it, even though they didn’t want to and would end up giving up or burning out.

Yes, your personal preferences and personality make a MASSIVE difference in what dietary protocol and training program will work best for you.

Know Your Neurotype

The best insight into what that looks like for each individual is by understanding your Neurotype.

Your Neurotype is essentially your fitness personality, although it extends well beyond just fitness. Knowing your personality characteristics gives us insight into your brain chemistry, which allows us to optimize your training and nutrition.

Imagine if what you were doing was actually more enjoyable AND getting you better results. That’s what Neurotyping does. The first step is knowing your dominant profile.

Everyone will have characteristics of multiple profiles so there’s still going to be individual variance across the board. However, when we know your dominant personality profile, we can really start to optimize things from a training and nutrition standpoint, as well as creating more awareness around other lifestyle factors that will contribute to your overall success.

We have a Neurotype assessment that you can take for FREE that will help you understand your dominant profile and what that means for you so you can start enjoying the process more and getting the results you’ve been craving.

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