Updated October 19, 2018- I no longer offer this Fitness Catering Service but please contact me to find the current, best Fitness Meal Caterers in Playa del Carmen.
Score delicious, gourmet meals prepared and delivered to you in Playa Del Carmen .The slam dunk is when you make it part of customized meal plan designed for you based on your height, weight, age , activity level and fitness goals. just some of the selections and suggestions available for your meal plan:
- fresh local fish
- fresh local octopus and shrimp
- chicken and turkey
- brown rice
- puree de camote (sweet potato)
- puree de platano
- almonds, pecans
Special Local Weight Loss Superfoods:
- prickly pear
- chia seeds
- habanero chile
2 meals, 2 snacks and 1 protein superfood shake per day included in the Superfood Fitness Meal Plan. Get the foods you like, dialed in to the right portion for you and freshly prepared and delivered for as low as $28. usd per day.
Example of a typical superfood meal plan:
2 liters of spring water with lime and chia seeds each day to flush toxins.
7 am Organic Protein Shake with oats, chia seeds, organic coconut oil and banana.
10 am grape fruit with avacado
1 pm superfood meal with salmon and camote
4 pm tuna packet with organic crackers
7 pm superfood meal chicken breast and quinoa
10 pm tsp of organic coconut oil.
Whether you are training with me, looking to jumpstart a fitness or weight loss plan, or just a busy person who wants to eat healthy with no time to cook you have found what you are looking for. Superfood Fitness Meals in Playa Del Carmen.
Personal Training in Playa Del Carmen
Why my personal training is different and I can guarantee your results.
Personal training and group fitness is great and I have had many incredible success stories with my clients. The problem, however, with gym memberships, group fitness and traditional personal training is that it is very easy for people to cancel appointments, make excuses and avoid having someone hold them accountable for the fitness and nutrition plan they agreed to and really wanted.
So many times I have seen people throw good money at gym memberships, diets, meal plans, supplements and personal training packages and make a good start, only to avoid following through and succeed with their weight loss or fitness goals. The biggest reason for this is is that people are not given the help and support that they really need to adhere to a fitness plan and change their habits. So many times I have seen people work so hard in the gym but give up because they don’t see the results they wanted.
With my extensive knowledge in fitness and exercise I have been designing custom Workout Plans for performance and weight loss for my clients for many years. Interestingly, what I have found is that most people already know which foods are healthy and what portions they should be eating. They also love the idea of the plan and know that it will work for them if they follow it, but sadly very few people do. This is mainly because people are to busy and stressed out to make such a big change by themselves and need an immersion to succeed.
This sad fact has troubled me and been a big disappointment for me in my career for a long time. I have been searching for a way to really help more people succeed and get the results they are paying for. This inspired me to come up with some kind of Ultimate Personal Training Package where you can not fail. I am very excited and pleased to tell you that I now have this available for clients doing personal training in Playa Del Carmen. I call it my Psycho Trainer Package. Contact me today to find out more….
(From an interview of Ian Kelley by intern Jake Lee for his Graduation Project)
Q. What is the best way to create a workout routine?
A. The best way to create a workout routine is to clearly define your fitness goal(s) short and long term. Then design your routine to match your goals. Your goal needs to be realistic, measurable, and believable while maintaining a deadline.
Q. What are the benefits of fitness?
A. Improved quality of life through better health, you’ll live longer, have more energy, more strength, an improved immune system, an increased self-confidence, you’ll look and feel younger…. if you don’t have your health nothing else matters.
Q. What foods contribute to bad health?
A. Jack Lalanne said “If it’s made by man don’t eat it.” Any processed, packaged, man made food, anything with artificial flavors, colors, preservatives, artificial sweeteners, MSG, hydrogenated oils, fast food, most restaurant food, high fructose corn syrup, maltodextrin, sucrose, dextrose, flours, cakes, cookies, most breads, soda, most baked goods, candy and refined carbohydrates in general.
Q. What foods contribute to good health?
A. The healthiest foods I know of are:
· Natural and organic fruits and vegetables like kale, apples, grapefruits, garlic, collards, sprouts, spinach, green beans, lemons, broccoli, asparagus, melons, eggplant, carrots, sweet potatoes, etc.
· Healthy whole grains and legumes like lentils, oats, brown rice, quinoa, barley, black beans, pinto beans, etc.
· Lean, clean proteins like wild fish, pastured poultry, free-range eggs and grass-fed beef.
· Healthy fats like cold processed coconut oil, olive oil, avocados, raw nuts, olives, flaxseeds, chia seeds, etc.
Bee products like raw honey, propolis, and bee pollen are also amazing super foods because of all the health benefits. Honey is the only truly natural sweetener because bees make it.
Q. What are some small and easy lifestyle changes someone could make to improve overall health?
A. Exercise your mind every day. Never try to escape from thought. Unplug your television and video games and read a book. All fitness begins in the mind so a fit mind is even more important than a fit body. Eliminate anything from your life that alters your mind and stops you from clear, rational, thought and judgment. Use your own mind to decide what you believe. Sing, go dancing, laugh, give hugs often, play with children and pets often and love yourself. Woops, I guess those aren’t small and easy changes so how about just eating oats and fruit for breakfast instead of cereal!
Q. What do you think is the future of fitness?
A. I don’t know about the distant future but in the near term the trends are:
1. A revival of Functional Training, body weight exercises and old school calisthenics as people steer away from weight lifting and pursue core strength, stability and balanced fitness.
2. Fitness Boot Camps providing efficient and intense total body, strength, core and cardio workouts combined with nutritional counseling.
3. A decline in heavy weight training from the public’s “negative bodybuilding perception” and widely believed myth that weight training will make you big and bulky when in reality only excess calories can make you bigger and bulkier not heavy weight lifting alone.
4. HIIT or high intensity interval training. Not to be confused with interval training. The idea of HIIT is to push yourself to an extreme level for short periods of time and requires serious motivation. Crossfit is an example.