If you want results that are sustainable, that you can maintain over the long-term, then the plan must fit with who you are and how you live your life. Knowing what to eat and what not to eat is essential. But it is just the tip of the iceberg and usually not enough to maintain a substantial food behavior change. Most clients need strategies that are realistic, simple, and fit with their everyday lives as “imperfect” human beings. So, we will not be creating a bunch of strict rules. One day and one habit at a time we are going to build a solid foundation by focusing on fundamentals. Mastering the basics and doing them consistently is almost always enough for optimal fitness, health, body composition, performance, and life balance.


  • Eat the Right Foods. When following this plan, you will be encouraged to base your diet on real, fresh, natural, nutrient-dense foods. Your food guide will give you dozens of options to choose from for each food group (and which foods to avoid) to help you look, feel and perform at your best. Your MM3 Food Guide will give you dozens of options to choose from for each food group (and which foods to avoid during your MM3) to help you look, feel, and perform at your best. 

  • Eat the Right Foods in the Right Amounts. A structured, yet flexible and simple meal plan template. How much you should eat depends on many factors, including your goals, gender, body type, and activity level. You’ll be able to start planning your meals around a basic template customized just for you. Your MM3 Custom Meal Plan Template will tell you how much to eat from each food group (i.e. proteins, smart carbs, vegetables, healthy fats) and you'll simply refer to your food guide and choose the foods you want to eat with each meal. NO counting calories, blocks or points. NO tracking macros. NO food scales or measuring cups. 

  • Eat the Right Foods in the Right Amounts for the Right Reasons. I’ll provide some simple tools to help you. Through deep and meaningful daily practice, you will...

    • Increase awareness of destructive habits, such as: overeating, eating too much of something and not enough of something else, life revolving around food, eating for fuel and function vs. emotional eating

    • Identify what your cues and triggers are that stimulate a particular food response (desired or detrimental)

    • Develop a strong, positive mindset which will enable you to follow the program as it’s written.

    • Change your relationship with and attitude towards food for good.

    • Strengthen your mental toughness and maximize your potential as you continue to improve and progress toward your goals.​

    • Learn and practice realistic and simple habits to build the essential skills that everyone needs to sustain good health, a lean and strong body, and athletic performance for life. 

  • PLUS, Daily Coaching EmailsTiny, bite-sized nuggets including... Nutritional guidance, strategies for mind renewal and behavior change, recipes, Dos and Don’ts, tips on dining out, meal prep, “cheating”, relapse prevention… and MORE!


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