With everything going on in the world right now, online nutrition coaching has become not only necessary but preferred. Online coaching, in general, has been a growing trend within the health and fitness industry for some time. This is because of the unique advantages it has to offer. We are going to go over some of the main benefits of online nutrition coaching, so you can see why this is a great way to get your nutrition coaching.
You Don't Have to Leave the House
Whether you live in a house or apartment, you no longer have to get up and drive somewhere to get your nutrition coaching. It can sometimes be challenging to motivate yourself enough to get out of the house and get down to a gym for a session. Yet, at home, you can get motivated easily with the right coach. It's as easy as logging on and starting the coaching session.
It's More Affordable
Online coaching is more affordable than the in-person alternative. With lower overhead, coaches can give you the same expert knowledge and advice for less money. Get a nutrition program just for you, but at a lower price!
You Receive Personalized Advice
There is an overwhelming amount of information on the internet when it comes to nutrition. How can you know what's right for you specifically? What is the most reliable and up-to-date information? When you sign up for online nutrition coaching, you are getting direct access to a qualified and knowledgeable nutrition coach who can provide you with personalized advice. Any information they give you will be directly based on your needs and situation.
Become a Client, Not Matter Where You Live
You are no longer bound by proximity when it comes to online nutrition coaching. You can live practically anywhere and still get the same high-quality nutrition coaching. You can also stay on track with your sessions if you need to travel somewhere.
There Is Someone Who Will Listen to Your Struggles
One of the most challenging aspects of a journey to being the best you is going at it alone. A nutrition coach will understand exactly what you're going through and will hear you out, without you needing to feel afraid of getting misunderstood. There is no judgment, so you can feel safe to share what you're going through.
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Why do you get sore a day or two after completing a gym session you’re not accustomed to?
It’s called DOMS, or maybe known as delayed onset muscle soreness.
In particular this occurs after exercise as the person is not familiar with the exercises, intensity, movements that’s performed during the session. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
DOMS are believed to be the result of microscopic tears within the connective tissues that hold the muscle fibers together. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
How can you prevent such soreness?
By using a foam roller post work out by rolling slowly over the targeted muscle groups previously trained can assist in expelling metabolic waste from the muscle itself whilst simultaneously promoting blood flow.
Consuming an adequate amount of Protein and Carbohydrates within your diet will also help assist in your recovery process.
Few weeks ago I attended the RP Nutrition and Training to Optimise your Physique and Performance Seminar. The area I found most interesting was the gut health section by Dr. Gabrielle Fundaro. At the moment on social media there so many “self qualified” gurus, influencers, nutritionists and even personal trainers (if they are even PTs) talking about how gut health is the pinnacle of weight loss and selling supplements to “heal” your gut.
What experts know about gut health now
Research on humans started around 2010 (which is very new)
What we need to avoid…
Avoid “superfoods” not because they’re bad but they just have little to no evidence of aiding gut health.
The message here is that there are sooo much that experts in the field don’t know so that ‘nutrition guru’ you follow definitely does not know about the gut. Stick to the things you can control, diet, physical activity and eating a wide variety of foods.