You Can't Outwork a Bad Diet - Part 5

Have you been struggling with bad eating habits or been trying to make a decision on how to eat “healthier”? We’re here to help! Over the next month, we’ll be releasing a blog post each week from CHT’s own Robert Langston that goes in depth on 5 of the most common dietary trends. This week’s article is the 5th in the series and focuses on a Mixed Diet. In this edition we will see how a Mixed Diet stands up against the objectives of Health, Performance and Aesthetics. We’ll also look at the ease of implementation of this approach. As a review… Mixed Diet Mixed diets are very similar to the Paleo style of eating. The main differences being that Mixed diets have a higher carb intake, allow grai

November Client of the Month: Susan Ring

Susan moved to Chapel Hill less than two years ago from Providence, RI, and before that she lived in NYC. Susan is a freelance writer, so she is lucky enough to be able to settle in a new area not tied to a specific job. She writes for a toy company, children’s books, and help create zoo and museum exhibits and signs. Most of her time not writing is spent with her dogs, exploring new trails and being out in nature. Susan finds nature to be the greatest healer. 1. When did you start training with CHT (about)? I started training in September of this year. 2. How has CHT helped you achieve your goals? It’s helping me achieve my goals because otherwise I wouldn’t be working out at all. I’m acc

You Can't Outwork a Bad Diet - Part 4

yHave you been struggling with bad eating habits or been trying to make a decision on how to eat “healthier”? We’re here to help! Over the next month, we’ll be releasing a blog post each week from CHT’s own Robert Langston that goes in depth on 5 of the most common dietary trends. This week’s article is the 4th in the series and focuses on Paleo diets. In this edition we will see how a Paleo diet stands up against the objectives of Health, Performance and Aesthetics. We’ll also look at the ease of implementation of this approach. As a review…Paleo diets propose a simple solution to being healthy, performing well and looking good...eat like our ancestors did. Early Primates evolved eating fru

You Can't Outwork a Bad Diet - Part 3

Have you been struggling with bad eating habits or been trying to make a decision on how to eat “healthier”? We’re here to help! Over the next month, we’ll be releasing a blog post each week from CHT’s own Robert Langston that goes in depth on 5 of the most common dietary trends. This week’s article is the 3rd in the series and focuses on Low Carb Diets. In this edition we will see how a Low Carb diet stands up against the objectives of Health, Performance and Aesthetics. We’ll also look at the ease of implementation of this approach. You can also check out our review on the Standard American Diet. For our purposes, we’ll define a low carb diet with the following macro split 40/10/50 protein

You Can't Outwork a Bad Diet - Part 2

Have you been struggling with bad eating habits or been trying to make a decision on how to eat “healthier”? We’re here to help! Over the next month, we’ll be releasing a blog post each week from CHT’s own Robert Langston that goes in depth on 5 of the most common dietary trends. This week’s article is the 2nd in the series and focuses on the Standard American Diet. In this edition we will see how the S.A.D diet stands up against the objectives of Health, Performance and Aesthetics. We’ll also look at the ease of implementation of this approach. As a review… The S.A.D (Standard American Diet) is High in processed foods, also known as “non-foods”. Non-foods cost more in nutritional value to d

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