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Oct 282014
 

 Trainer tip from Lois at ECO Fitness

Eating right and exercising go hand-in-hand, that’s why The Sprout Café is excited to present a new feature on our blog called Trainer Tip. Each month, we will feature important tips and info from one of the trainers at Eco Fitness. The Sprout Café offers plenty of healthy, organic menu items to satisfy your pre- and post-workout nutrition needs. The Sprout Café is conveniently located right next door to Eco Fitness in Mount Pleasant.

This month’s Trainer Tip comes from Lois Smith, a certified personal trainer at Eco Fitness.

Lois offers her advice on the importance of eating after exercise.

It’s important to eat after you exercise. Whether you want to gain muscle, lose fat, improve your lifestyle, or become an elite athlete, the most important limiting factor is always nutrition. Good nutrition is key to achieving your goals in the gym.

I feel as if the hour after a tough workout is the most important time to feed your body in order to maintain lean mass, improve recovery, and boost metabolism. I can only help my clients if they are willing to make nutrition a top priority. It is the most significant factor determining the training outcome and most often I find that those changes have to come from within.

Lois has been teaching and training for more than 16 years. She has a master’s degree in education from the College of Charleston. Her credentials include: Personal Trainer, National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM), American Fitness Professionals Association (AFPA) and Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA); Group Fitness Instructor, AFAA; Mat Pilates, Levels 1 and 2, AFAA; Instructor, Core Barre, STOTT PILATES ®; Spinning Instructor; Mad Dogg Athletics.

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