When evaluating nutrition, many of us look into countless diet plans searching the golden, end all be all diet. … Keto diet, Whole 30, Dash Diet, Atkins, Weight-Watchers … Unfortunately, these diets may not be conducive to your specific needs, nor is there a one-size-fits-all meal plan. Using the following 5 questions can help you evaluate your current nutrition plan and help cue you to make necessary changes:
About Trevor Thomas
Trevor Thomas, Certified Personal Trainer through the National Strength and Conditional Association started his health and fitness career with Clark College.
Specific Adaptations to Imposed Demands, S.A.I.D., simply states that we are a product of our environment. Our bodies are meant to adapt to any environment we place them in. If you step outside when it’s cold, our autonomic nervous system triggers our muscles to fire rapidly to produce heat (shivering). If it’s hot, we sweat. On a similar token, our bodies are calibrated for self-preservation. If you’re sedentary for 8, 10, 12hrs a day, our metabolism slows down to meet our low energy demands. If not, our bodies would require tremendous amounts of energy (food) simply to preserve ourselves.
If you’re a frequent traveler, have a sedentary job, physical job, pregnant or recently had a baby, avid runner, bodybuilder, weekend warrior, or pretty much just HUMAN, you need these stretches! Following a consistent mobility routine can help reduce your body’s natural tendency toward restricted movement. Our bodies are made to adapt to our environment.