Coach Be: Daily

Coach Be: Daily

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Nutrition for Healthy Living. CBD is a series of conversations exploring wellness, nutrition and fitness, through the lens of a decorated nutrition and strength coach. Bryndan “Coach Be” Moore is the founder of Eating For Abs nutrition counseling. He has served NCAA teams, Olympians, National team athletes and Guinness Book World Record Holders with his expertise in performance nutrition. He studied engineering at Howard University and has been named one of the 150 Most Influential Black People in America by Ebony Magazine. Let’s have some fun. #CoachBeDaily #EatingForAbs Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachbedaily/support
102 - Navigate the Holidays Without Giving Back Your Progress
Nov 14 • 5 min
According to the numbers, we gain more weight and size during the holiday season than we lose all the rest of the year combined. If that sounds as horrible to you as it does to me, take notes as I give you my strategies for dodging the holiday pitfalls.…
101 - On Being an Overnight Success
Nov 13 • 6 min
You and I may work for a long time on the basics before anyone every sees our efforts as a success (possibly longer before we ever give ourselves credit.) One phrase that bothers me to no end along the way is “overnight success.” -Coach Be Moore…
100 - Do Not Go Gently
Nov 12 • 1 min
It’s episode 100, which is no small feat, and to be celebrated. So this episode is a bit of a departure in presentation from what we’ve done to date, but it’s essence is right on message. Let me know what you think. - Coach Be Moore #CoachBeDaily #E4A…
99 - How Much Protein Should I Eat to Lose Fat and Gain Muscle?
Nov 9 • 3 min
When your goal is healthy fat loss and strength gains, protein is your ally. We covered reading nutrition labels, now let’s set a target: “How much protein should I be eating?” - Coach Be Moore #CoachBeDaily #EatingForAbs #E4A #Macros #protein #Muscle…
98 - Breaking Down Food Labels | Decode What’s in the Packages
Nov 8 • 3 min
I don’t think the world’s governments have done a great job of educating or protecting the public when it comes to food content. They have however mandated a few tools that can be helpful if you understand what they represent. Today, we’ll cover the…
97 - How Trina Reversed Her Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis | Hypothyroidism
Nov 7 • 25 min
When she saw the email she said she was excited to hear the information I would provide regarding Hypothyroidism. As a condition with which she had been diagnosed recently, Trina did the work and totally changed her habits in order to eliminate the need…
96 - How to Make A Food Journal for Taking Your Results to the Next Level
Nov 6 • 4 min
Journaling is a super powerful tool. They allows us a snapshot of what we’re ACTUALLY doing, which in most cases isn’t what we say or think we’re doing. Unfortunately, many people make common mistakes in their journaling efforts, which can turn the effort…
95 - What You Need to Know About Inflammation
Nov 5 • 5 min
Heart disease, Alzheimer’s Disease, and some cancers all have common roots in one place: Chronic Inflammation in our bodies. Today we’ll do a cursory covering of the types of inflammation, and strategies you should implement into you day in order to…
94 - What is Diabetes and How Does it Develop?
Nov 2 • 11 min
I believe most of us want to do better and in order to do so, we need the correct information… the marching orders. Diabetes can significantly impair our lives if undetected and untreated. Diabetics can lose limbs, eyesight, hearing, have nerve, skin and…
93 - The 6 Must-Do Movement Patterns We All Need to Be Training
Nov 1 • 8 min
Remember those “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up” commercials? That could be you and unnecessarily sooner that necessary. Unless you’re cool with not being able to keep up these movements are required practice. Do you want to be able to dance, participate…
92 - The Must-Do, Non-Negotiable Exercise We Should All Be Doing
Oct 31 • 5 min
Shout out to my friend Lita Lewis (find her: @FollowTheLita) for asking this question: If I had to choose ONE must do weight training exercise, what would it be and why? This is so important that you should take your parents and your children to the gym,…
91 - Beating the Dreaded Hangover | Back home from Howard Homecoming
Oct 29 • 5 min
I’m back in my own bed, back off the road, and recovered from 3 days of revelry at Howard University’s Homecoming. As with many major events, there was ample alcohol and opportunities to go overboard. Overboard equals hangovers. Here’s what you need to…
90 - Stress Triggers, High Dives and Overcoming Fear
Oct 25 • 8 min
Will Smith completely threw me off my game today, after I clicked on one of his recent IG videos. I had a stress response. Not cool. It’s not cool feeling out of control of your body as your heart starts racing. Stress triggers. Here’s what they are and…
89 - Sometimes Doing the Least Negative Thing is Enough
Oct 23 • 9 min
Learning how to say “Yes” to the better options in life, to the things that are good for us, can be hard. We’ll talk about that more, soon. Today, I’ll show you how negative motivators can sometimes lead us to the best option as well. Just be careful not…
88 - The Lies We Tell Ourselves. - Breaking the Chains of Inactivity.
Oct 19 • 4 min
“The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool.” - Richard P. Feynman Ours is the voice we hear the most. There must be fidelity between “us” and the stories we tell ourselves in order for us to achieve…
87 - Lifestyle Differences in Spain vs the U.S. - Stephanie Williams
Oct 18 • 12 min
Stephanie and Rustin flew back from Spain and turned around 24 hours later and flew to Austin to join Austin Revive, our Food and Fitness retreat. Recorded in the kitchen, while the team cooked breakfast, Stephanie shares here experience and recalls the…
86 - Bradley Beal Gained 20 Pounds of Sympathy Weight
Oct 17 • 5 min
I had never heard of it, but the phrase jumped off of the page this morning: Sympathy Weight! Let me tell you from personal experience, this is a THING. And if you don’t acknowledge it, you’re more likely to fall victim to it. - Coach Be Moore PS: Send me…
85 - That Which is Measured, Improves.
Oct 16 • 6 min
I’ve dodged wearable tech for the past few years, once I got tired of replacing my Fitbit every 3 months. Flawed design really bothers my engineer sensibilities. Recently I’ve tried another tech, and so far it’s REALLY had an impact on my day. -Coach Be…
84 - Improve Your Oral (and Heart) Health Routine - Oil Pulling
Oct 15 • 6 min
In the previous episode we discussed the connection between of oral health and the conditions that are fertile ground for heart attack. In this episode we’ll discuss oil pulling as an addition to your *DAILY* regimen. I’d love to hear your feedback. -…
83 -BREAKTHROUGH - Research Reveals the Root Cause of 90% of Heart Attacks
Oct 11 • 6 min
Scientists are confident there is now concrete information, revealed in peer-reviewed research studies, indicating the root cause of up to 90% of all heart attacks globally. What science now proves will help you in early diagnosis and prevention of the…
82 - Making Mammograms More Tolerable
Oct 10 • 5 min
There I was, in the driver’s seat of a minivan as 3 ladies had the most enthusiastic conversation about their mammogram experiences. I mean they… were… loud, and they all agreed, they are super uncomfortable. You know what I did. I came home a did a bunch…
81 - Advice from a Mom to a Hopeful Dad to Be - Austin Revive
Oct 5 • 11 min
My brother and his wife are hoping to become parents. At a minimum, they’re having fun “practicing.” :) It’s not often we get everyone in the same room, but since we’re enjoying Austin Revive, our Food and Fitness retreat, I saw the opportunity to capture…
80 - Expectations for our Food & Fitness Retreat - Rustin Moore
Oct 5 • 11 min
Day one of Austin Revive, and my brother Rustin joined me to discuss expectations and set the tone. This isn’t the typical CBD episode format, but we’re on the road. Expect a little out of the box content :) - Coach Be Moore #CoachBeDaily #AustinRevive…
79 - You can do better - The core message of CBD
Oct 2 • 6 min
When I was a child, I talked like a child, I thought like a child, I reasoned like a child. When I became a man, I set aside childish ways. - 1 Cor 13:11 There’s a core truth we all have to come to grips with: We are not in full control of, but we are…
78 - A Key to Alleviating Digestive Discomfort
Oct 1 • 7 min
If you’ve ever experienced bloating, acid reflux, or constipation, you know how uncomfortable and sometimes painful they can be. On top of the pain, these conditions can make us socially uncomfortable and more likely to stay home or even near our favorite…
77 - This Food Supports Healthy Thyroid Function
Sep 28 • 3 min
Hypothyroidism can impact our lives in many negative ways, including weight gain, slowed metabolism, energy loss, hair loss, joint pain and more. Left untreated low thyroid hormone production can lead to heart disease and other serious negative outcomes.…
76 - Hypothyroidism and What We Need to Know.
Sep 27 • 3 min
Improving low thyroid function is among the more impactful changes we can make for our health. Hypothyroidism can be overlooked in standard test, but if left unrecognized and untreated can lead to larger issues. In order to receive proper treatment, we…
75 (Bonus) - Keeping it together while aging
Sep 26 • 5 min
Staying in shape gets harder as we age, for many reasons. It’s not an excuse and nobody gets a pass. Here’s a quick pow wow on the topic with Zobi the vegan European and Alfonso the pizza loving tea sommelier. (Aww friends…) - Coach Be Moore #Aging…
74 - The Common Roots of Neck and Back Pain
Sep 25 • 6 min
The common roots of neck and back pain …and what to do about it. I’ve made it no secret, I’ve been experiencing neck pain lately. I’m in treatment and actively engaged in healing, thank goodness. I didn’t know the term for what I’m feeling, and knowing is…
73 - The Fast-Track to Building New Habits
Sep 24 • 8 min
I recently read about a study in which the brains of newborns and the brains of adults were compared. The results surprised me. Learning more about the function of the brains of adults, however, helped me to employ the brain’s function in helping my…
72 - What you Need to Know About Massage - Dre Vázquez
Sep 21 • 11 min
Thoracic spine discomfort sucks. Worse, pain in the rhomboids, scapula, SCM, etc can be hard to reach and hard to stretch without help. Enter the world of medical massage. You need this tool in your toolbox. - Coach Be Moore #CoachBeDaily #EatingForAbs…
71 - How to Reduce Your Risk of Heart Disease
Sep 18 • 9 min
I told you my buddy had a heart attack. That’s crazy to me. Here is my list of SIMPLE action items we should all take in order to minimize our personal risk of suffering from heart disease. Share this episode. It’s too important to keep to yourself. -…
70 - Heart attack = Heart ache
Sep 17 • 4 min
Personal story time, and hopefully your take away will change the way you do things TOMORROW. Take care of one another, people. -Coach Be Moore #CoachBeDaily #E4A #EatingForAbs #Wellness #HeartAttack #SelfCare Become a supporter of this podcast:…
69 - One of these is the reason you’re NOT losing weight
Sep 15 • 7 min
Are you having trouble knocking pounds off? Surprisingly, there are only a few broad brush reasons you’d be having trouble. Check your behaviors against these three. Once you know the issue, you can work on the issue stalling your efforts. -Coach Be Moore…
68 - So You Want to Build Muscle, Huh? Start Here.
Sep 14 • 5 min
You may be missing a huge concept that’s required for improving your strength, building new muscle, and improving athletic performance. Take your training and progress to the next level by implementing this critical concept. - Coach Be Moore #CoachBeDaily…
67 - The Most Overlooked Key to Improving Our Bodies
Sep 13 • 7 min
In order to change something you’ve got to understand it’s nature. What makes it tick? What does it want, and how can you entice it to do what you want it to do? Here’s what your body goals may be missing. - Coach Be Moore #CoachBeDaily #EatingForAbs…
66 - Don’t stop doing the things that are good for you
Sep 6 • 12 min
As I sit here in discomfort (possibly pain) I realize that I’ve stopped doing some of the things I KNOW help me feel great. Here’s my list of behaviors that are absolutely necessary, and should always be a part of my day. What’s on YOUR list? - Coach Be…
65 - Will you be ABLE to kiss your grandkids?
Aug 20 • 7 min
Today I’m sharing the story of a family I watched at the beach this weekend. It was a funny interaction that I had a takeaway from and I think you’ll enjoy the lesson. Do YOU want to be able to kiss your grandkids one day? I do. We’d better start working…
64 - What are you doing that’s SLOWING your progress?
Aug 17 • 8 min
Subtitle: “It’s not the donut, it’s you.” :) We’ve all set goals before and we’ve worked, sometimes successfully, to achieve them. The more mature and experienced we get in the pursuit, we eventually realize there are things we are fully in control of…
63 - Grab kids (you know) and take them to yoga
Aug 16 • 9 min
I took 4 teenagers to their first yoga class and they had a great time. I struggled. I sweat ALOT. And despite what they say (oh, it was just stretching) I know they were over there dying too. It was absolutely worth it and I encourage you to do the same.…
62 - 5 Thing We NEED To Know About Poop (Poop pt. 2)
Jul 30 • 5 min
Thanks to a call in from Deanna, I’ve learned more about our waste evacuation processes. This episode could save your life… or just help you have really good and effortless poops. Either way it’s really helpful. -Coach Be Moore https://EatingForAbs.com…
61 - Let’s talk about pooping, or is that TMI?
Jul 25 • 3 min
I enjoyed recording this message almost as much as I enjoy pooping. Listen and learn. Then get your numbers up! -Coach Be Moore https://EatingForAbs.com #CoachBeDaily #E4A #Nutrition #Wellness Become a supporter of this podcast:…
60 - How to survive your conference without setbacks
Jul 24 • 7 min
Ki has been working hard on achieving her fat loss goals. She recently called in with a question about successfully navigating her job’s 4-day conference series without setting her progress back. This was a fun topic. Record and send me yours! -Coach Be…
59 - So you want to go hiking? Here’s your need to know.
Jul 23 • 10 min
I recently hiked and climbed the ver strenuous Old Rag Mountain in Shenandoah, VA. It was very strenuous, bordering on difficult. Here’s my after action report, that you can use to prepare to scratch tough items off of your to-do list. -Coach Be Moore…
58 - The Importance of Protecting Your Self
Jul 16 • 8 min
I’ve got a couple stories to tell today that all tie back to one concept: Attitude is contagious, and when you’re trying to improve yourself, you’ve GOT to protect yours. Protect your positivity. Protect your self. Also, I love Hip-Hop. Not the new stuff…
57 - Meal Plans Often Break / Hiking Old Rag Mtn
Jul 2 • 7 min
Meal plans often break, and what happens afterward isn’t goal friendly. I recently took a long walk up a steep mountain (Old Rag Mountain in Shenandoah, VA), and there’s a lesson in that trip that may be helpful. Important stuff. -Coach Be Moore…
56 - Progress, not Perfection
Jun 27 • 2 min
Recorded from the road, but it’s done. Sometimes getting it done dirty is best, and definitely better than pining for perfection… “Just Do It.” -Coach Be Moore https://EatingForAbs.com #CoachBeDaily #Nutrition #Wellness #OldRagMountain Become a supporter…
55 - Price vs Cost with Dr. Rhadi Ferguson
Jun 26 • 2 min
Today’s episode features a call in from my good friend, Olympian and 4-time National Judo Champion, Dr. Rhadi Ferguson. You’ll hear his ongoing challenge with sweets (which you may share) and how he’s come to view the PRICE of sweets vs their true COST.…
54 - How Do I Know if I Have Diabetes?
Jun 25 • 5 min
Diabetes is serious business. It can wreak havok on your organs, eyesight, hearing, and more. Worse, type-2 diabetes is largely preventable with healthy behaviors, yet increasing numbers of us suffer from it. Because the symptoms are so non-specific, one…
53 - For the Ladies: On Getting Toned
Jun 20 • 5 min
“Toned arms, toned thighs and abs.” That’s what you’re looking for, along with a high booty. How do I know? It’s on the cover of every magazine. Why wouldn’t it be? It sells! -Coach Be Moore https://EatingForAbs.com #CoachBeDaily #EatingForAbs #TonedArms…
52 - Father’s Day is Healthy - with Eric Roberson
Jun 17 • 8 min
Men, we need to celebrate each other. Families, encourage your men to set aside time for their friendships. This is big time important. Shout out to my main man Eric Roberson (@Erro44) for pulling my card on this topic. -Coach Be Moore…
51 - Drinking Milk: What You Need To Know
Jun 14 • 7 min
Milk is a staple in the typical Western home. It’s used for cereal, baking, in coffee and tea. Raw animal milk has been very useful in human history, for feeding rural populations, etc. The question is should we now, in the age of abundance be drinking…
50 - The LIES on our food packaging
Jun 12 • 8 min
I was in your favorite big box store this weekend, just before reaching the register is was flanked by the impulse items. The next thing I know I had a bag of candy in my hand. They GOT me… -Coach Be Moore http://EatingForAbs.com #coachbedaily…
49 - Being the better version of you - Anthony Bourdain
Jun 11 • 5 min
Anthony Bourdain’s work is incredibly inspiring. He’s explored cuisine, culture, and the human condition and shared his findings with all of us. Here’s a quote of his that relates directly with my approach to losing weight, getting healthy, and being the…
48 - You’re in charge when it comes to food waste
Jun 8 • 8 min
When I bring up food waste you may conjure images of scraping food from your plate into the trash, or leaving a portion for the bus boys to clear. The percentage of wasted food in the US (a farming country, with people starving in urban centers) is nearly…
47 - Commonalities among high performers - Q&A
Jun 5 • 6 min
What are the commonalities seen among top performers in making health or body progress? What do the superstars have in common? Donna from Darwin, Australia sent in this question, and it’s a great one. Press play. Also, send me your questions. I’d love to…
46 - Story: Why is this potato sprouting so soon?
Jun 4 • 7 min
I brought home a few sweet potatoes from the market, and this set began sprouting far sooner than expected. This lead me to a discovery that’s pretty concerning. More to come, but catch up now. -Coach Be Moore https://EatingForAbs.com/coaching-home/…
45 - I’ve Fallen and I Can’t Get up: Bone Health.
Jun 3 • 10 min
It’s WORSE than “I’ve fallen and I can’t get up.” The statistical outcomes of hip fracture are serious and are worse than I knew. We need to take care of our bones, starting EARLY, and maintain their strength and ability to renew themselves. I’ll share…
44 - Is your family food budget TOO tight?
Jun 1 • 7 min
“Can I feed my family on a grocery budget of $100/month?” That was a real question. Here’s my answer and the things we should consider when weighing the family food budget. Send questions and feedback: [at] CoachBeMoore on IG and Twitter. -Coach Be Moore…
43 - On Obesity: What’s Easy to Eat in Your House?
May 31 • 7 min
If we have to rely on our will power and discipline to not be fat, we’re all doomed to lose. Instead we need to understand a little about human behavior and use every advantage at our disposal until such time as it get’s easier (which happens eventually.)…
42 - My Key to Good Snacking (or preventing bad snacking)
May 29 • 6 min
This post started out as a simple list of snacks that wouldn’t move you further away from your goals. It ended up being an introspective look into my own vices and sharing the strategies I use to keep them in check. -Coach Be Moore…
41 - 5 Fitness Mistakes You’re Probably Making
May 26 • 11 min
Here’s a list of 5 big mistakes I see people making far too often. These behaviors are preventing many of us from losing unwanted pounds and building strength and lean muscle. Make these corrections and let the magic happen. -Coach Be Moore…
40 - When 10 Minutes Isn’t Just 10 Minutes
May 23 • 4 min
This is a true story with a lesson that will last forever. Ride with me on this one. It’s about the true value of the work we’ll do together. I think you’ll enjoy it. Send me your questions: @CoachBeMoore on IG and Twitter -Coach Be Moore…
39 - Our Environmental Crisis
May 22 • 14 min
Would you let your dog poop in your house and leave it? What about leaving your kitchen trash overflow? No, me neither. Our environment impacts our health, and our happiness, so we do what we can to make it pleasant. Well we’ve got some looming issues and…
38 - The Why and What of Losing Back Fat
May 16 • 8 min
Back fat, bra fat, belly fat, bat-wing arm fat, pear shape hip fat… we’re discussing all of that today. Here’s what you need to know -> Press play. Send me your questions: @CoachBeMoore on IG and twitter and visit EatingForAbs.com -Coach Be Moore…
37 - Ingredients label items you should avoid
May 15 • 8 min
Today’s episode answers a question submitted by Deanna in Cincinnati. Deanna is a mom with a career, and she says when she buys meals from the freezer aisle, she finds she’s often flagged for being overboard in some element by her MyFitnessPal app. She…
36 - What is Suffering, and How Do I End it?
May 12 • 11 min
What is suffering? What is the source of the power it can wield over us, and what can we do to end it? You’ll be better as a result of the work you do after this episode. Send me your questions: @CoachBeMoore on IG and Twitter -Coach Be Moore…
35 - Ditch Disease by Hacking Your Dietary Fats
May 11 • 10 min
Key terms in this episode: Reduce risk of: -Alzheimer’s Disease -Diabetes -Multiple Sclerosis -Kidney Disease, and -Stroke. Yeah… You should get something to take notes. Send me your questions: @CoachBeMoore on IG and twitter -Coach Be Moore…
34 - Recognize the Time to GO HARD
May 10 • 12 min
What could I have possibly learned about making lasting change from watching someone ride a bike? There’s definitely a lesson. I saw it clearly. Today we’ll talk about recognizing the time to check off ALL of your behaviors vs. the time to minimize your…
33 - Shop for these Super-Foods for Easier Progress
May 9 • 6 min
Today’s drop is super simple. Grab a pen and paper and write down this list of foods to include on your next grocery run. Look to make more of your meals using these simple ingredients and you’ll be on your way to greater health. -Coach Be Moore…
32 - What you KNOW is slowing your progress
May 8 • 4 min
I’ve helped hundreds of people get out of their own way, lose unwanted pounds and inches, and achieve what seemed impossible. I can tell you without hesitation that the obstacles are 1) what we know and 2) what we think. In this episode I’ll help you take…
31 - Practicing the Trick Shots
May 7 • 7 min
Change takes work. Especially lasting change. Unfortunately, today’s attention span and sales climate leaves too many of our change efforts fruitless and unfulfilled. It’s time for a different approach. “Slow is smooth, and smooth is fast.” - Coach Be…
28 - Getting back on the wagon
May 3 • 7 min
We’ve all fallen off the wagon. If we believe the thing we were working on is a positive change in our live, then what happens next is crucial. I’ll tell you why falling off is a constructive element to the change process, and how to get back in the…
30 - Fight Alzheimers, Heart Attack, and Cholesterol…
May 1 • 4 min
This is a foundational habit that I built for myself and encourage for you and your loved ones as well. The addition of this habit, according to researchers, can reduce your risk of death by cardiovascular disease by 26%. That by itself is HUGE, and there…
29 - Get Better Sleep, with Dr. Nikia Scott
Apr 30 • 15 min
Do you have trouble sleeping? Chances are you have at some time if not are having trouble right now. It’s not all your fault. There just isn’t much consistent communication we receive on the positive nature of sleep. Shoot, leave it up to media mogul Sean…
27 - The prerequisites to making lasting change
Apr 20 • 8 min
I met a woman the other day, that I know I could help live a longer, healthier life with less unnecessary pain. And I would love to do it. For now, however, my experience tells me that I should wait. If I don’t wait, and I push ahead I’d likely waste both…
26 - To juice or not to juice, THAT is the question.
Apr 19 • 7 min
One of the more polarizing topics, one that I actually receive vitriolic comments back on, is the drinking of juice. What is it? Is it good for us? Is it healthy? Why can’t I have it!!!? I’ll give you a bit of information here and explain my leanings.…
25 - Shut up and drink more water.
Apr 17 • 7 min
I received a question in response to a note a gave about hydration in a previous episode. You can probably guess my answer based on this title, but there’s definitely a good education on the necessity for drinking plenty of clean water here. Press play,…
24 - You’re gauging your progress all wrong. Fix it.
Apr 16 • 9 min
My mom is reading this right now, and I’m about to talk about her. I had to tell her recently to please stop calling me to inform me about the 2-3 pounds that she lost or gained. Why? It was infuriating. Here is a woman who WANTS to make progress, but who…
23 (Bonus Material) - Consultation with Janay and Jessica
Apr 14 • 39 min
Ever wanted to sit down and ask your real nutrition questions to someone who could help? Be a fly on the wall today. Some of these questions may be the same as yours. Guests: Janay Baltes Jessica Elliott -Coach Be Moore https://EatingForAbs.com…
22 - Eating better on a budget
Apr 12 • 9 min
The number one objection spoken to the idea of eating higher quality food, is the idea that it costs so much more. I understand where the thought comes from, but it’s been my experience that we can eat a lot better for the same money. Don’t believe me?…
21 - 9 Must have items for your home gym at any age
Apr 11 • 17 min
https://EatingForAbs.com We all know someone, or perhaps we’re the person, who has had a treadmill, or weight bench, versa climber etc at home that eventually turned into a coat hangar. This is not that. This is my list of items that I recommend you have…
20 - Add this to your diet for maximum health benefit
Apr 9 • 6 min
https://EatingForAbs.com We’ll keep it simple today. Today you’ll get a simple action item with BIG impact, and it’s easy to do. Just add this to your diet as often as you can. Work your way up to daily if you can. Your great grandkids will thank you.…
19 - Stock your smoothie bar for fat loss
Apr 9 • 20 min
https://EatingForAbs.com I speak with a lot of people who believe they’re doing the right thing, only to find out their information is incomplete. An example is the smoothie. There’s no shortage of smoothie photos and hashtags on social media. Very…
18 - Ashley Is Looking for More Energy During Training
Apr 7 • 5 min
https://EatingForAbs.com Today we’ll cover a question written in by Ashley in Durham, NC. She is a mom, a career woman and a student, working to balance it all, and is now working out regularly. Unfortunately she feels like she doesn’t always have the…
17 - The Unsung Macronutrient
Apr 6 • 9 min
https://EatingForAbs.com I’m a big fan of Larry David’s Curb Your Enthusiasm. I saw an interview in which Larry talked about the problem with the show being that he plays a character of his same name. When people meet hime they expect the caricature to be…
16 - Aging, according to the numbers, it’s YOUR fault
Apr 5 • 5 min
https://EatingForAbs.com I’ve just taken another deep dive for you all, reading a ton of academic material in order to divine the core message. Today’s topic: Aging. Now I could go off into super specifics like what we eat that contributes to wrinkled…
15 - Our SUPERPOWER, the adaptive human body
Apr 4 • 7 min
https://EatingForAbs.com We may not want to acknowledge it, but most people I know are overweight, near sighted, and prematurely suffering from some form of heart disease. Now I’m not a kid anymore so some of that may be chalked up to aging, but not most…
14 - Communicating CHANGE to your body
Apr 2 • 9 min
https://EatingForAbs.com Let’s talk today about effective communication. There is self talk, interpersonal communication, and to our specific point, the communication our mind has with our bodies. What does effective communication with our bodies look…
13 - I’m going to use the word Penis. Happy happy penis.
Mar 29 • 5 min
https://EatingForAbs.com There are a ton of benefits to practicing great nutritional habits. Today, I’ll give you one more reason to consider aligning your eating with your bodies design; it’s better sex. No need to take notes, just listen. Remember my…
12 - Am I getting fat? Spouses, weight loss, and sabotage
Mar 28 • 8 min
https://EatingForAbs.com “Honey, do you think I need to lose weight?” [Admiral Akbar voice:] “It’s a trap!” If you’ve been in a relationship long enough you’ve had to deal with the weight gain / weight loss issue, and I’m willing to wager you’ve probably…
11 - The key to slowing premature aging
Mar 27 • 3 min
https://EatingForAbs.com Today we’re discussing cellular health, starting here: when we’re not healthy on every level, we’re not healthy at all. Not one person I’ve ever met has said “sure, I’m fine with being 35 but looking like I’m 55.” Premature aging…
10 - The Broad strokes of nutrition - Eat more veggies
Mar 26 • 5 min
https://EatingForAbs.com If your goal is to get and stay healthy, live longer with less probability of the need for medications, and make progress toward you best body, you’ve got to master the basics. Today on Coach Be: Daily we’ll cover the importance…
9 - The Main Ingredient for Weight Loss Success
Mar 22 • 2 min
https://EatingForAbs.com If I could boil down success in any endeavor to it’s core elements, perhaps the most overlooked, yet must have is element is: Consistency. And it’s HARD to be consistent. I know. But there’s another KEY realization that we all…
8 - Why Coach Tyronn Lue Stepped Down as Cavs Head Coach
Mar 20 • 9 min
https://EatingForAbs.com/blog This week Cleveland Cavaliers Head coach, Tyronn Lue stepped away from his post coaching “the best player in the world,” Lebron James, for health reasons. In Coach Lue’s statement he cited health reasons of unknown cause,…
7 - Let me cook for you. My take on meal prep. Durham, NC
Mar 10 • 10 min
http://TriangleNutritionCoach.com Meal prep seems to be a phenomena today. Services are well marketed; some create beautiful or convenient food, but are they hitting the nail on the head for moving you toward your health, performance, and body goals? I’m…
6 - Lost your appetite?
Feb 12 • 4 min
https://EatingForAbs.com This is the answer for a young lady who says she’s lost her lunchtime appetite after we’ve increased her protein intake at breakfast. What should she do if her goal is to get leaner by shedding excess body fat? Become a supporter…
5 - Isn’t wine good for us?
Jan 19 • 3 min
https://EatingForAbs.com. Isn’t a glass of red wine at night good for us? Let’s talk about it. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachbedaily/support
4 - 4 Tips for better sleep
Dec 18, 2017 • 2 min
https://EatingForAbs.com Recovery is more important than you probably think. Going hard in training means a lot less if you’re not going hard to recover, balance and grow. That means sleep has to be a high priority. As many people have trouble…
3 - Lose tummy, build booty
Dec 15, 2017 • 2 min
https://EatingForAbs.com Regina is having trouble flattening her tummy while gaining the mass she’d like to see in her lower body, specifically her rear end. I offer guidance for building the curves she wants and eliminating that problem area. Become a…
2 - Can I walk myself slim?
Dec 14, 2017 • 2 min
https://EatingForAbs.com Q&A courtesy of Dr. Rhadi Ferguson. “Coach can people walk their way to slim?” Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachbedaily/support
Ep. 1 - Sermons We See
Dec 14, 2017 • 1 min
https://EatingForAbs.com This is Coach Be: Daily’s inaugural episode. I’m a fan of this poem and thought it would make a fine foundational piece. Peace. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coachbedaily/support