and why you should prioritise it in your diet
Whether you are working out with a personal trainer or researching your own nutrition and exercise plan online, you will be hearing a lot about protein. There’s an excellent reason why this is the case. Just like you need to consume carbs and healthy fats for energy, you need protein to build your muscles - and repair it after workouts. However, let’s be honest: protein has built up a slightly bad reputation.
All of us will feel the need to eat on the go at some point - and most of us do it regularly. A research study in 2015 found that people who eat on the go often are more likely to gain weight over time. This is mainly because it can have an enormous impact on your health and fitness regime, without you even noticing it.
Owner and creator of One Small Step, Joe has been in the health and fitness industry for 8 years and takes an all-round approach to his coaching.