After going through many excellent entries for my Free Consulting Contest, I selected three that I thought were particularly compelling: Matthew, Brooke, and Sarah! Now it’s your turn!
To vote for the person you think could benefit the most from a custom nutrition and exercise program (with follow-up support from me), all you have to do is click on this link or the “Contest Voting” tab on my Facebook page. Anyone who likes my page can vote and you can vote once a day until the contest ends on 3/22. Thanks so much for the great entries, everyone. Let’s see your support for the finalists! Here are their photos and goals. Vote for your favorite on my Facebook page.
Brooke: Hi Joel, I’d like to enter your contest for consulting. I am loving my new lifestyle with training and conditioning, but I feel like I need help in finding my ideal balance. Your expertise would help me to maximize the results I get from my training and start me on the road to peak performance. I would love the opportunity to consult with you. Goal: Maximize the results I get from my training, nutritional balance, healthy routines, identify self-sabotage
Matthew: Currently I have been eating frozen dinners, a ton of carbs (pasta, bread) and high fat intake (a lot of milk, cheese, ice cream). I am really awful at cooking and often can’t find the time to prepare a decent meal. I was wondering some tips and tricks to help me produce cheap meals that are quick to make and not absolute garbage for me.This has been a goal of mine I have not been able to achieve despite my best efforts, between being a full time student, the president of the Chico State Triathlon club and being a competitive dancer my diet gets very little attention. The only reason I get my essential nutrients is because I supplement every morning. I would like to change these habits in order to increase my overall well being and my performance in both competitive dancing and triathlons.
Sarah: I would like to win your contest. For years I have been training hard without getting the results I desire. The same endurance training I put myself through as a younger woman no longer works for me. I have known for some time that I am doing something wrong, but because my habits are so ingrained I have had a difficult time changing my routines. I have suffered serious injuries in the past six years including a broken hip and cervical spine and need to take it easier on my body. Long bouts of endurance training, what I was used to in the past, no longer serves me and I am looking for a way to achieve the same results without the degrading impact on my anatomical body. So that’s pretty much it, I am doing something wrong, I know it, and I want to establish more efficient habits to promote my health and fitness goals. Did I win?