Unleash Your Power: Optimal Fitness and Wellness Interview with Wolfpack Performance (Part 2)
Unleash Your Inner Power: The Key to Optimal Fitness and Wellness – A Wolfpack Performance Interview (Part 2)
In part 2 of my interview, we talked about food and getting started.
We had some space in the yard, and I wanted to do something but didn’t know what to do. I reached out to Stephen Goses, the mobility movement maestro at Farm Collective. The Wolfpack Performance community met with him and learnt about working with the land and working together to create crops. We’ve had a couple of events there, and I’ve also applied what I’ve been learning in my own backyard.
I’m on an animal-based diet, so the majority of my meals are meats and fish, and occasionally I’ll have some vegetables and other carb sources.
I’m not really a breakfast person, so most of the time, I fast. I start getting hungry in the middle of the day. If I do have breakfast, I’ll have some eggs or leftover meat from the day before.
I don’t have planned cheat days. Then, I do have breaks where I can off-plan for a little bit. I don’t program cheat days. My focus is to have plans and workouts that are sustainable.
Surround yourself with people who have the results you want. Nowadays, social media is quite easy, so you don’t have to connect with a group physically. You can find a group of people or community, and f you like what they’re about and the results, get connected with them. Is there a gym or trainer you like close to you? I recommend contacting them and getting their coaching services. It’ll take a lot of guesswork out of the process for you.
Check out Part 1 of the interview series to read about nutrition and advice for anyone wanting to start.
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“For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack.”
― Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book
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