I was in Las Vegas a few weeks back 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. One thing that he is heavily involved in with his online clients is 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 things when it relates to injuries. After doing more reading, 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 some reasons why a fitness professionals must be involved in their client’s nutrition.
Why it is Important for Fitness Professionals 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.
- Why a trainers is one of the best people to provide nutritional guidance for their training clients.
- What to do about the fear of providing nutritional advice to your clients.
- How to find out the boundaries that a fitness professional has when it relates to 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 what is “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