By: Anthony Campo
Too many times individuals look at exercise and nutrition choices as “good” or “bad,” instead of understanding the varying degrees of how to achieve a goal efficiently. If you were going to go cross country, chances are you would decide to fly or drive instead of walking or riding a bike. Walking and taking a plane will both get you there eventually but obviously we know that taking a plane is a much more efficient way of travel. The same goes for exercise and nutrition. Take the time to learn how to arrive at your goals in the most efficient way possible.
Reaching your goals efficiently also means prioritizing the areas of greatest need first. For example, focus on improving the quality of your food over quantity and learning how to train compound resistance exercises instead of spending all of your time on a machine. It’s not that there is no significance to food quantity or machine usage but rather that food quality and functional compound movements are more valuable tools to help you achieve your fitness goals.