Nutrition

Nutrition plays an important role when improving your health and fitness, but unfortunately, we don’t always give it the attention it deserves. That is why it is crucial to incorporate a healthy diet into any workout program.

 

With all the different diets out there, people tend to forget that they really aren’t necessary – – or healthy. There are no quick fixes when it comes to getting in shape. It’s time lose weight the right way and end the yo-yo dieting once and for all! The healthiest way to lose weight in addition to working out is to watch what you eat and make good choices with the food that you put in your body.

 

Losing weight is not just working hard to lose a few pounds for a trip, a special event or summertime – – it’s about creating a lifestyle. As your fitness coach, Elizabeth will teach you how to eat smart and will develop a customized nutrition program that will help you achieve a healthier lifestyle not only while training, but also for the rest of your life.

Baxter’s Personal Training offers the following nutrition services:

  • The “3 basic food rules”
  • Macro and micro nutrients
  • Meal prepping
  • Food choices for your goal
  • Cooking and eating tips
  • Supplementation

Quick and Easy Recipes

With our busy lifestyles, we don’t always have the time to cook (or better yet know what to cook!) So be sure to check out some of Elizabeth’s favorite healthy and delicious recipes on her blog for weekly posts.

Elizabeth’s Favorite Fitness Apps

Need help staying on track with your nutrition and workouts? These apps are great for tracking your food intake and exercise activity, so you can keep up with your progress.

Fitness PalMy Fitness Pal

Calorie counter and diet tracker

Healthy OutHealthy Out

Restaurant nutrition guide


fitness-buddy

Fitness Buddy

Discover over 1700 new exercises that are customizable and effective

runtasticRuntastic

GPS Running, Walking, Jogging, Fitness Tracker and Marathon Training

Charity Miles

Charity Miles

Earn money for charity when you walk, run, or bike

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