Believe in the ability to recover & thrive. Believe in the power of your mind. Believe in the practice of gratitude. Believe in self-compassion and love.
I do not prescribe 1 specific diet approach. Instead I focus on “best practices” for your needs. I go about that by reverse engineering what your body needs for your situation and goal. I then coach you on the most important habit to practice that will achieve that goal.
I believe that we are designed to be strong and move comfortably. These qualities are necessary for optimal performance in our daily lives. Being able to move properly is key. Once proper movement patterns are instilled the body will thrive.
Strength and Nutrition focuses on fundamentally helping you feel, eat and move better. I provide a complete plan – designed for you – that will take you through every step of the way on the path toward achieving your personal goals. One size does not fit all! Everyone has specific goals and a specific body. I focus on customized results using an unique program based on proven methods and modalities. Using my experience, education, and unique approach I use an online training plan designed to help anyone recover strength and movement. You’ll discover how simple, safe, and effective movements along with practical nutrition habits will help reconnect your body and health to regain your strength and ability to live healthier again.
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Have you ever gone out for a jog and after about .5 miles realized “this isn’t that easy”? Imagine running 26.2 miles! Then imagine running, training, and preparing for that incredible athletic achievement while also living with IBD. That is reality for my friend, and talented runner, Caitlyn Pilkington. She has been a highly competitive[…]
20 years ago at the 1996 Masters golf tournament Greg Norman lost a 6 stroke lead during the last round. He did more than just lose that lead. He imploded in front of the golfing world, ultimately losing by 5 strokes. Golfers lose tournaments all the time. Why was this one any different? Because it[…]
The bacteria in our guts may help decide who gets anxiety and depression The 22 men took the same pill for four weeks. When interviewed, they said they felt less daily stress and their memories were sharper. The brain benefits were subtle, but the results, reported at last year’s annual meeting of the Society for[…]
Running is beautiful. It is one of the most natural and beautiful expressions of athleticism that we can do. Seeing someone run with grace, speed, and power is awesome. Unfortunately, seeing a runner hobble along breaks my heart. So many times I see that person giving their all and want to stop them and offer them[…]
Stress can be everywhere. I used to spend so much time, energy, and effort avoiding stress. This attempt at complete avoidance of stress stressed me out! Luckily I learned that there can be better – and healthier – methods to use. If we reinterpret our perception of stress things magically improve…and our stress levels decrease.[…]
Ever since my IBD diagnosis in 2008 I’ve been working to learn the best methods and principles needed to improve my body’s ability to feel, move, and perform better. First, my goal was to regain the 50 pounds of weight I lost from the symptoms of IBD (basically unable to eat or drink anything for[…]
Source: Proton pump inhibitors affect the gut microbiome — Imhann et al. — Gut
In this episode of the Super Strength Show, Joseph Morstad takes us on his journey to becoming a passionate fitness coach driven to help those with Inflammatory Bowel Disease feel, move, and perform better. During this interview, Joseph teaches us how to focus on the right things in order to overcome adversity. More Specifically in[…]
OK, Ready to discuss my approach to training with IBD? My RKC certification stands as the culmination of my approach. GPP (general physical preparation) marks the beginning. After losing 50+ pounds from my IBD symptoms my body was not moving much. The doctors and prescribed medications helped calm down my inflammation and allowed me to[…]
Are you using an old model to get fit? Fitness 1.0 is no longer the most effective way to get fit because it is: Exclusionary Expensive High financial and psychological barriers to entry Mandatory to join a gym/hire a personal trainer Difficult to know how to use gym equipment High cost of hiring a personal[…]