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Grant

Grant
Grant Weaver graduated from Illinois State University with an Exercise Science degree in 2012. He has been working as a personal trainer since then, training a wide variety of clientele ranging from teenage and professional athletes to stay at home moms and business owners. He is an amateur natural powerlifter and bodybuilder and a certified nutritionist, and most recently competed in bodybuilding at the annual Arnold Sports Classic in Ohio, the largest amateur bodybuilding competition in the world. Grant currently trains his clients out of HiFi Personal Fitness, and encourages all his clients to step outside their comfort zone and push themselves to do things they once would have never even thought possible, like running a marathon or entering a lifting competition. Grant has been training The Chopping Block’s owner and CEO, Shelley Young, for the past 4 years and enjoys finding ways to make healthy eating more fun and enjoyable than the average bodybuilder diet. Visit his website at http://transcendinglimitations.com/ for more information.

Recent Posts

Breakfast for Busy People

  Breakfast seems to be the meal that most people have the hardest time making nutritionally balanced (if they eat it at all). Whether that's because people find fewer foods appetizing early in the ...

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Intelligent Imbibing: How to Drink with Weight Loss in Mind

Managing alcohol intake with a fat loss goal is often looked at as an all or nothing decision, but it doesn't have to be. At the end of the day, all that needs to occur for fat loss to happen is to ...

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Get to Grilling

With summer in full swing, grills are fired up and adult beverages are flowing during all of the weekend cookouts that go on during this time of year. Grilling is by far my favorite way to prepare ...

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A Day in the Life of a Trainer

It can be tough figuring out how to properly time your meals throughout the day so that your energy levels stay elevated and you can give it your best effort in the gym, but hopefully my previous ...

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Master Your Macros

In my last post, I discussed the different roles of the three macronutrients and how to roughly determine how many of them to be consuming each day. When it is all said and done, if your goal is to ...

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Proteins, Carbs, and Fats: What is a “Macro”

  Now that you have a fridge full of nutritious foods and a better understanding of how to determine how many calories to consume to meet your goals, let’s go into some more detail about what ...

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Calories in vs Calories Out: What’s Actually Going on Here?

If you've been thinking of food as nutrient dense vs nutrient empty and high/low calorie instead of simply categorizing food as being healthy/unhealthy or good/bad like I discussed in my last post, ...

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Grocery Shopping for Summer: What’s in a Bodybuilder’s Fridge?

  As a personal trainer, I work with lots of people who want to lose weight. No matter how hard and how often you exercise, if you aren’t eating in accordance to your goals, you aren’t going to have ...

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