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|1/9/2015 8:10:06 AM - Drew
Did you say you have a good ART person in Kalamazoo? I'm looking for one. I'm a bit NE of Grand Rapids, but wouldn't mind the drive. Secondly, what are some foods that should be staples in the diet of someone looking to improve both physique and performance, but is on a budget. Thanks, and hope all is going well for you.
I'll ask the ART person I use if they'll take on more clients. They are a PT full time and do the ART as a side job for a few patients. I'll see if they have room for another client.
As far as food...I like to break it down to this basic idea:
If you can't pick it, kill it, or grow it...don't eat it.
So the next time you put a meal together...think about whether you could have picked, grown, or hunted the items (there's no pop tart tree--at least that I know of).
If not...then they're probably not optimal for physique or performance.
As far as being on a budget...I recommend finding a good meat market and stocking up when they have sales.
For cheap(ish) meat based protein, I like to get ground beef and chicken...in the offseason I'll even get fattier cuts of chicken like chicken thighs.
You'd be surprised how cheaply you can eat like a bodybuilder if you stick to things like chicken thighs, ground beef, and rice.
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