Nutrition & Accountability With Callum Walker

Nutrition & Accountability With Callum Walker

By Nick James

In this episode, Nick is joined by his nutritionist Callum Walker, who shares the secrets of dieting to improve sport and individual performance, different perspectives on nutrition and recommendations for improving energy levels and physical performance.

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You don't have to eat low calorie foods to be in a calorie deficit. Just because some foods are low fat, doesn't mean they're healthy or beneficial. Breakfast isn't the most important meal of the day. If you skip a meal, your body's interpretation is different to your own (the body doesn't go into starvation mode) High fat meals would be more beneficial than high carbohydrate or protein meals. Accountability comes in two parts, for your coach and for yourself. Running outside without headphones can bring a sense of mindfulness as oppose to a struggle when running with music. Serotonin is a hormone which encourages positivity and is present when the body is exposed to light. Coaches are worth investing in if you are looking for long term success in your personal life and business. Sleep trackers are not 100% accurate and can deliver unreliable results.


'My motive is to sleep well and eat well so that I can perform well'

'You don't have to eat low calorie foods to be in a calorie deficit'

'If you really want lasting long-term success, invest in a coach and someone who really knows what they are talking about'


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