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A show created to help translate complex nutrition, fitness, and physiology concepts into leverage for your goals. Sam Miller is an online coach, educator, and mentor dedicated to providing simple, yet strategic ways to amplify your results either as a coach or in your own transformation. We, as a community, share the goal of learning all of the things pertaining to our health, performance, and physique without being a d*ck about it. *This Podcast is for general informational purposes only a ...
 
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We all see physical and mental transformations as positives and they are but we also have to remember that with a transformation, certain sacrifices are made. Going out and partying with friends, favorite foods sometimes, and other opportunity costs exist and we can't ignore them in the pursuit of a transformation. Today's episode I want to share w…
 
With the new round of the Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Science Specialization launching right now, I wanted to revisit one of my most popular models for physical transformation. SHREDS stands for Sleep, Hunger, Rest, Energy, Digestion, and Stress and tracking these key areas consistently will lead to the best results for our clients. Topics …
 
Different topic today around autoregulation within physical training but if you solely do nutrition coaching, stick around. I want to share best practices on how to make sure the client is getting the best results even if you don't handle the programming side. In this episode, I cover when autoregulation should and shouldn't be used, different clie…
 
You can choose to do a host of different strategies and tactics, throwing things against the wall, hoping something sticks, or you can listen to today's episode. In my time as an online coach and helping other coaches grow their business, there are key foundational principles we need to keep in mind that are so simple, they are often overlooked. Ke…
 
With the increasing affordability and rising popularity of continuous blood glucose monitors being used outside of a diabetic standpoint, I wanted to share my experience using one and the potential benefits you could have using it too. I share the good, bad, and my feedback to NutrisSense. At the end, I have an opportunity to grab one through my li…
 
In the realm of hormones, we tend to look at each individual subcategory in a vacuum, not looking at the overall interplay between every subcategory that makes up the overall "hormones" topic. I want to explain an overlooked but simplified way to look at hormones while addressing the medical field's perspective along with what your overall goal as …
 
Back for another round of listener Q&A and a majority of the topics covered today are training and recovery related including training stress, what too much training would look like, and training addiction. We'll also cover PED's effect on cortisol along with a great reminder of best practices when it comes to sleep hygiene. Topics and questions in…
 
Being an "influencer" on social media has become overcomplicated, especially in the coaching space. To influence means to have an effect on the behavior of another individual and that is what our content should ultimately do. Once I stopped comparing myself to other coaches and started putting out the education and content I wanted address, my acco…
 
I have covered women's health topics and subjects in many of the past episodes but wanted to talk specifically today about some tips, tricks, and tactics for female tracking. What analytics we should be comparing to what, understanding scale weight fluctuations, and lifestyle and training factors to consider as well. Topics include: - My No Cost Co…
 
This episode on supplements takes a different angle in addressing what the look for when purchasing your next product. A BCAA, pre-workout, or whey protein product from a random company you find at the grocery store might be slightly less expensive then the reputable brands but there's a reason why. The old saying goes you get what you pay for and …
 
Your own personal transformation and interest bias could be putting blinders on your coaching practice. You're heard the term "rose-colored glasses" and today I want to talk about your coaching goggles. We as coaches need to understand and have awareness for our own style and philosophy and while there is nothing inherently wrong with that, we need…
 
I can talk about the Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Science Specialization and it's benefits to you as a coach until I'm blue in the face but what I thought would be as or even more valuable is hearing from a current student in the cohort and their experience in the program. Soraya Rufener helps female healthcare professionals slay fat loss, b…
 
Your clients may like you more after this episode. Implementing diet breaks and refeeds in your lifestyle client's or athlete's nutrition protocol obviously varies depending on a number of factors. What was originally around 3 reasons turned into about 15 (the beauty of free form podcasting) on when to utilize diet breaks, different protocols to co…
 
No need to be frightened if economics or finance isn't your strong suit as this is an analogy to oversimplify the concept of metabolism and looking at it from a different lens. Health is an investment and we want an ROI (return on investment) on that investment. We withdraw or deposit from our health account based on the activities and actions we t…
 
Short but valuable precursor episode to the fat loss fallacy and why we did to think beyond just calories when it comes to fat loss. Within that calorie comes macronutrients and micronutrients and energy balance plays a large part as well. My hope is this episode will give you another perspective when it comes to calories. Topics include: - Calorie…
 
When a client says they don't want to go get bloodwork drawn, it's time to start asking some questions. Do they have white coat syndrome? Are they afraid of needles? Financial barriers? We need to get to the root of this issue because bloodwork is a vital part of the information gathering process. I tackle this subject along with a question about m…
 
Another round of your questions, mainly tackling nutrition considerations for hormone health. We have to remember that hormones are not a Nintendo 64 cartridge you can just blow on and they magically work again (you're a true 90's kid if you understand this reference). You'll find out how that analogy plays out in today's episode. Topics include: -…
 
We are taking a deep dive into the pharmacological problems seen within hormone replacement therapy. I recorded another episode on HRT earlier that addressed this topic from more of a lifestyle perspective but it's incredibly important to understand the pharmacological side as well. This is for informational purposes only. Topics include: - Medical…
 
At the tail end of every reverse diet or maintenance phase, it's important for us to understand when we should enter back into a deficient. Having a checklist for this makes sure we don't enter back into a deficient prematurely and suffer the consequences so today's episode covers that checklist you'll need as a coach or someone in their own transf…
 
Short but valuable Q&A for the coaches this round from the Nutrition Coaching Collaborative. I cover a few questions around continuing education, the importance of networking, and revisit why the programs and frameworks I've created and shared are, in my opinion, important and why. If I repeat myself on certain topics, that means it's really import…
 
Was thrilled to join Sarah and Kenny Lipton on the IAM Podcast and wanted to share this episode with you on my platform. Obviously from the title we take a deep dive into cortisol's role within physiology but also more on my story and my coaching progression. Topics include: - Cortisol's Effect on the Body - How it May Effect Males vs Females Diffe…
 
Back with another Q&A from the Nutrition Coaching Collaborative centering around the theme of cycle health. A few considerations stemming from this main topic I wanted to address as well. Make sure if you have a question to join the Nutrition Coaching Collaborative group on Facebook and you'll find the link below. Topics include: - Cycle Health Spe…
 
Melatonin has an interesting place and role in our health and wellbeing and it's function as a hormone and supplement is misunderstood in today's society. It's no secret that it is one of the most popular sleep supplement aids available but we also need to understand its endogenous properties and functions. Topics include: - Originating in the Pine…
 
You're listening to this episode from me on this platform because, if you get this right, it may be the thing that leads to your largest business growth. We are incredibly curious and borderline obsessed when it comes to the science of physiology and that's why we love you. However, most of your clients don't share the same love you do. They want t…
 
Back to back Q&A episodes because we love to answer your questions. Today's Q&A tackles whether bloating is a normal bodily function or a symptom of something that needs addressing, hacks for a successful night of deep sleep, a continuation on Amenorrhea from the previous episode, and more. Topics and questions include: - Revive Supplements - Bloat…
 
Back at the Q&A's from my instagram stories, covering your questions as a coach or someone in your own health and fitness transformation. Today's Q&A will cover a deep dive into Ashwagandha, addressing what binge eating actually is vs food guilt, what healthy female physiology is, and more. Topics and questions include: - Shoutout to Jenna - Ashwag…
 
I recently received permission from a past Functional Nutrition and Metabolism Science Specialization client to share results from our time working together on a 1-1 health coaching capacity and I wanted to give you some tangible action steps and real before and after data in this deep dive. Many times we can talk conceptually about these topics bu…
 
Going off of our previous episode discussing self belief, I wanted to explain how that self belief compounds in your life much like money does in investing. When you keep those promises to yourself and do the daily consistent actions necessary to achieve the life you want, something special happens. You actually reach what you've been working hard …
 
Success begins with belief and having that principle in mind is what will allow you to scale that initial success to each subsequent level. Whether you are a coach, someone in their own transformation, or just want better things for your life, it starts with that self belief along with the daily actions necessary to achieve those. A lot of what I d…
 
Another Q&A installment and this one is part coaching science and application and part business and influence growth. I received a great question on how to make connections with industry leaders that I think you'll find valuable along with a continuation of our supplementation discussion and expected weight gain when building muscle. Topics and que…
 
The topic of intra workout supplementation and carbohydrates has been oversimplified and under-discussed and a lot of new compounds have come out over the past 10 years. Back in the day, we only had our Gatorade (dextrose) and now, there are many options and different chemical compounds. Today's episode examines what to consider when choosing your …
 
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