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Recommendations for a Powerlifting Diet Coach?


#1

I already have a programming coach. I’m looking to hire someone to help with nutrition and supplementation.


#2

My local gym has some great coaches, NBS Fitness ( googles it ), Lots of good stuff about Renaissance Periodization and Amit a well.


#3

Jordan Feigenbaum
http://startingstrength.com/resources/forum/nutrition/36162-private-online-consultations.html


#4

Dude are you in Memphis? There’s an NBS fitness here


#5

They also sell “auto-templates” for diet, as well as training.

It seems to me that nutrition for powerlifting is pretty simple, especially if you are the kind of person who is willing to measure/weigh everything you eat. Lose weight = less calories, gain weight = more calories, maintain = same calories, adjust slightly if you have significant changes in training volume.


#6

Yes sir.


#7

Damn, that’s crazy. I actually met that guy when NBS fitness was still just a class he taught at the Germantown center


#8

Yeah. I’ve been here since shortly after he opened it. Was actually a
roommate of mine and I was in his wedding.


#9

Basically this. It’s largely true for ALL goals but yes, for powerlifting it’s pretty simple.

Right now i’ve had too much ice cream and pizza so I’m nice and fluffy. ( I say right now but I mean for the past 5 months, hahah )


#10

Hire Amit Sapir @amitsapir