Meal Planning 101

Meal Planning. What can I say about meal planning/meal prep?

A lot of clients just starting out don’t even know where to begin. Along with all the other lifestyle changes that need to happen when choosing to learn about and develop a healthier lifestyle, meal prep can be quite a daunting task! But, it doesn’t have to be. I will share some basic tips to help you to get started.

  1. Set aside time during the week to decide what you would like to eat the following week for all your meals and snacks. Lay it out on your computer/phone in a chart, spreadsheet or a piece of paper (whatever suits you best).
  2. Make your grocery list
  3. Decide where you are going to schedule time in for grocery shopping and meal prep on your calendar and keep those days and times consistent.
  4. Go grocery shopping which may include buying containers to both store food and carry food with you to work/class.
  5. Start meal prep.

Some people buy enough to prep for the entire week. Some people who have meal prep down to a T may even meal prep twice a week, making enough at the beginning of the week up until say Wednesday, then Wednesday making enough to last until Saturday.

There are so many other details involved in Meal Planning and Prepping, but these are some guidelines to get you started. When you can be organized in your meals, your workouts/training sessions with your trainer, and everything else, become that much easier and you will see more consistent and faster results because you are consistent with your nutritional intake.

Not sure you can deal with doing it all?

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Prepping Asparagus for the oven. Olive oil, salt and pepper, and a little bit of red pepper flakes
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