An Interview with 2014 Crossfit Games Champion Camille LeBlanc-Bazinet
We recently caught up with the 2014 Fittest Woman in the World, Camille LeBlanc-Bazinet to talk about her experience with Working Against Gravity and what she learned about her nutrition by tracking her macros.
|Goal||Maximizing body composition for performance|
|Sport (if applicable)||Crossfit|
Q: Why did you decide to join Team WAG?
A: I heard good things about Working Against Gravity from a friend and I am always open minded to trying new things and see if I like it for myself.
Q: Was there anything about the program that surprised you?
A: I was surprised by how much fat is in my food normally and also just being more aware of macros content generally..
Q: As an athlete, your training schedule is intense and varied. How have you managed to stay on track while balancing all of your commitments?
A: I stay on track mostly by being prepared in advance! It took a bit at first to organize my day nutrition wise especially with this new way of eating but once you prepared in advance everything is easier.
Q: How has your performance in the gym been affected by tracking, if at all?
A: I think it's always better to weight and measure your food. It gave me more knowledge about what I need to (eat to) perform better.
Q: What has been the biggest change you've made in your lifestyle since joining?
A: The biggest change has been eating less fat and more carbs.
Q: What advice do you have for other people considering hiring a nutrition coach?
A: I think (people) totally should! Even if it's just for a little bit just to gain knowledge and build a base understanding.
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Love what you learned but still want more guidance and support? Hire a 1:1 coach who will get to know you, your lifestyle and your unique needs and create results that you can sustain long-term. If you're not quite ready to go all-in on hiring a coach, check out our Macro Calculation Cheat Sheet & 18 Tracking Tips and Tricks for macro counting!