A few weeks back, I was in Las Vegas and did a training and nutrition video with someone at the fitness conference.
The person I interviewed was John Romaniello. John is a personal trainer based in New York and does a lot of online training; plus the creator of Fat Loss Forever. He is heavily involved with his online clients in nutrition.
As you know, I have been exploring more when it comes to the nutrition side of things. If you read EFI, you know I focus on the exercise side of items related to injuries. After doing more reading and talking with my clients and fitness professionals, I am keeping myself open to nutritional concepts and how nutrition relates to aches, pains, and injuries. This is one more interview from that journey.
Now back to John.
I asked John if he could share why fitness professionals must be involved in their client’s nutrition.
Why Fitness Training Professionals need to be Involved in the Nutrition of their Clients with John Romaniello:
In the above interview, John shares with you:
- Why training and nutrition are not separate things.
- A trainer is one of the best people to provide nutritional guidance for their training clients.
- What to do about the fear of giving nutritional advice to your clients.
- How to find out the boundaries that a fitness professional has regarding training and nutrition.
- Why the learning never ends for a fitness professional who wants to be the best.
- A few nutritional certifications that John recommends.
- Who John Romaniello is
- John’s take on the Paleo diet and intermittent fasting
- Lastly, John talks about “Fat loss Forever.”
Thanks, John, or as his friends call him, “Roman.”
Remember, earlier this week; I did another nutritional interview with Brian St. Pierre that may also interest you.
Rick Kaselj, MS
P.S. – Here is an interview that I did in the past with Dan Go on Intermittent Fasting that may interest you as well:
One last thing, this is John’s program when it relates to nutrition:
Okay, nothing more to say.
Have a great day, and talk to you soon.
Rick Kaselj, MS