How to Leverage Your Nutrition So You’re More Toned

Do you know how to make nutrition your ally for getting more toned?

How to get muscle tone is one of the top 5 requests I get from clients. This video explains how to leverage nutrition to support your goal of a leaner and toned physique.

Achieving better muscle tone does not require a special approach or magic pill. Being more toned is a result of…you guessed it; building muscle and losing body fat.

But how can you leverage nutrition to play its role in helping you get the tone you want?

In this video, I break down the 3 essential tips to get more toned. Watch to learn:

  1. Why fueling your body and eating to build muscle is not about restricting your diet. I explain why gaining muscle will automatically result in losing body fat – watch the video to learn how!
  2. How to balance your plate with proper portions to support your training. Watch to get my important tips for how to do this, depending on your training load that day.
  3. How to train like you mean it – I explain what this means!

With the right approach, and leveraging nutrition to support your daily training load will lead to success in your quest for muscle tone.

Tired of working out but have nothing to show for it? If you’ve stagnated, or running out of energy, I invite you to check out my program – The Sustainable Sports Nutrition Academy! People in the program have reported getting stronger, have lost body fat and have built muscle, balanced their blood sugar, and have much more energy! Join us. Learn more HERE!

Contact me any time to schedule a free 15-minute consultation, so we can discuss your particular situation and goals.


To get started and learn more, click HERE to schedule your FREE no obligation consultation! I’d love to talk to you and find out more about your goals and show you how I can help you get better at your sport and /or get healthier. Virtual Consultations available in the comfort of your home!

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