WAG's Ultimate Guide to Nutrition for Shift Workers

Are you a shift worker? If so, you probably know the struggles of meal timing, hunger spikes (and falls!) and the energy dips that come with overnights, long shifts and an overall wonky schedule. Nutrition for shift workers can be tricky. Don’t worry, we’re here to help.

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Create the PERFECT Nutrition Program for Your Client

Here is the secret to creating the perfect nutrition plan for your client: what is “perfect” for them is the plan that meets them where they’re at. The “perfect” plan takes more than just the numbers into account. Here is why.

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Good Foods vs Bad Foods: You Aren't What You Eat

Have you ever caught yourself thinking in terms of “good foods” vs. “bad foods”? If so, you’re not alone. This can become a harmful way to think about what you put in your body. Here are some ways to notice that thought pattern and begin retraining your brain.

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Nutrition for CrossFit & Functional Fitness Competitions: How to Coach Your Clients

Are you nervous about coaching your nutrition client through a CrossFit or functional fitness competition? You’re not alone.

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Is Intuitive Eating Right for Me?

Adee here, answering a question I get asked often — how do I know when it’s time to switch from weighing and tracking food to intuitive eating?

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Four Strategies for Staying Motivated

How do I stay motivated? This is one of the most common questions I’m asked. Motivation is what gets you started. After that, it’s about doing what needs to be done until you eventually get where you want to be.

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Part Three: How to Handle Challenging Client Scenarios

As a quick reminder, this 3-part article series examines five common challenging client scenarios. We didn’t pull these out of thin air — they came from our community of WAG Coach Certification graduates and those who are in the WAG Business Program.

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Part Two: How to Handle Challenging Client Scenarios

Just because a situation is challenging doesn’t mean it’s unwanted. Challenging client scenarios offer huge opportunities for growth as a coach. They’ll allow you to flex your coaching skills to find a solution.

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Part One: How to Handle Challenging Client Scenarios

Just because a situation is challenging doesn’t mean it’s unwanted. Challenging client scenarios offer huge opportunities for growth as a coach. They’ll allow you to flex your coaching skills to find a solution.

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Part Two: How to Coach Clients Who Are Undereating

If you’ve already read Part One of this series, you know the answer to that question. Losing fat requires a client to work with their body, not against it.

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Part One: How to Coach Clients Who Are Undereating

Welcome to Part One of our two-part series highlighting the ways in which undereating may lead to slower fat loss for your clients. The first part focuses on how undereating slows progress so you can understand it as a coach.

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Habit Gravity and Escape Velocity: How to Create a Habit That Sticks

In this article, I’ll tell you how I went from extremely undisciplined in some areas of my life and how I systematically transformed myself into a “disciplined person” in every area of my life.

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