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How Do I Maintain A Very Low Body Fat Percentage And Eat Whatever I Want?

When it comes to diets and different styles of eating, I've tried most of them: paleo, gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, low carb, low fat to name few.
Some of them work well, some don't; they have their advantages and disadvantages, and they all share the common ground; diets are not sustainable for an extended period of time.

You can force yourself to stick to the particular diet, to remove a group of food or to keep low calories but sooner or later you will drop the ball. Your body will demand that. And you will put the weight back on, and you will have to start again.

This is the main reason we are losing the battle against the fat.

The cards are stacked against us.
There is too much food around us, and we are programmed to eat as much as we can. We simply cannot help ourselves.
We try too much, going on diets, trying new, perfect pills, etc.
You cannot outsmart your body and crash dieting works only for a short period.

So next time, instead of going ''on a diet'&…

What Is The Best Diet?

My diet works for me. But it might not (and probably won't) be the best way of eating for you.
You see, I train a lot, and I eat accordingly. But still around 85%- 90% of the stuff I consume is very healthy; mostly green leafs, vegetables, organic eggs, fish, and meat. Only 10% -15% is considered "bad". Those are simple carbs like bread, pasta, cakes or beer. I eat those because I am around 10 percents of body fat at this moment and I train around 15h per week. And I need a lot of energy.

But as soon as my training decreases or when I want to burn more fat, I simply make my diet more rigorous, I stop eating simple carbs, I fast more often, etc.

Don't try to copy me. 
Ask yourself ''what's my goal?'' and then eat accordingly.
The basics are very simple, learn them and then create the best diet, your diet.

My Why

By pushing my body and the mind to its limits, by learning and improving and by achieving things I didn't know I'm capable off, I want to motivate and educate people to take the full responsibility of their lives, so they can reach their full potential and become better and happier humans.


If you want to lose weight and be stronger, I’m here to help you. But my role does not finish here, I’ve got a bigger picture in mind.
I like to imagine you in 20 years from now, stronger and fitter than today; injuries free, happy and living a full, happy life.
Yes, it is possible.
This is my goal, and I hope you will buy in.

We will take the time; we will pay a lot of attention to the mobility and to the movement quality, working on the foundations. We will look at your eating habits and the stress management too. From time to time, we will push hard, it’s needed for realising your potential.
I will guide you first, and I will give you as much advice as you need. Together we will create a long lasting fitness habit.
You will learn how to use different tools, from the kettlebells to the bosu and how to program your own training. And then you will become independent.

I Am An Addict

I am an addict. There are many ways of describing success in the fitness world. Some people think money, some a social status or following and other prestige or a shiny new car.
Not for me tho, I’m much, much simpler.

People come to me broken; physically and mentally. They tried different classes or PTs in the past, but they didn’t enjoy it. It was too hard, not friendly and they felt awkward, weak. Not worthy.
My mission is to change this. I feel amazing and buzzing when I deliver a kick ass class. That’s it.
I’m addicted to the feedback I’m getting after the session. Tired but happy, people discovered a little bit more about themselves, learnt and simply had a good time.
And then they are back for more and more. Very quickly they become strong and confident.
And I feel like a winner too.