Introducing the Diet Adjustments Mini Mastery Course

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Diet Adjustments Mastery Course - Welcome Mat

This is a free, 7 part email course I’ve put together summarizing all the key points of dietary fine tuning.

In my complete nutrition set-up guide I explained how to set your calorie targets, macros, and choose your meal timing. This covers the ‘how’ and the ‘when’ of making fine tune adjustments to your diet to keep you progressing.

6000 people have already taken this, the feedback has been excellent. Opt-in to receive it here.

About the Author

Andy Morgan

I'm an online nutritional and training coach living in Tokyo, Japan. After seeing one too many people get ripped off by supplement and training industry lies I decided to try and do something about it. The site you see here is the result of a lot of Starbucks-fuelled, two-fingered typing. It's had a lot of love poured into it, and I hope you find the guides to the diet and training methods I use on this site useful. When I'm not helping clients you'll likely find me crashing down a mountain on a snowboard, racing around Suzuka circuit, or staring at watches I can't afford. (Read more about me →)

10 Comments on “Introducing the Diet Adjustments Mini Mastery Course”

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  2. Hi Andy – firstly thank you so much for all of the content you put out!!

    I signed up for this course and received the email (to click on the link and verify) sometime ago but have still never received any emails and I’ve checked my junk mail just incase it went there. Just wondered if there’s anyway you could see what the issue is?

    1. Chris, sorry for the inconvenience. I’ve looked into the back end and it shows that you’re signed up. I can’t send manually or re-sign you to get them to start sending, so I’ve deleted you from that course. Sign up again. It should work now.

  3. Hi Andy

    Stumbled across your website many years ago, and was impressed by not only the content, but the presentation. The your latest website leaves most other sites for dead.

    Keep up the excellent work!

    1. Thank you for taking the time to write this Graham, this just made my day. 🙂 If you have time, may I ask what specifically it is about my site that sets it apart? I still have the desire to build and improve it.

      1. Hi Andy

        As I mentioned, the content and presentation is at a high level. You appear to have consolidated most of what’s out there (that is, what’s accurate and relevant), as well as incorporating your own IP, with the end result being a “one-stop-shop” for all issues associated with diet, nutrition and exercise.

        IMHO, I think that some important areas include:
        • Regular re-evaluation of your diet (P/F/C/Calories) no matter what your objective
        • Mixing up exercise routines on a regular basis
        • Moving from a 7-day to 10-day cycle may help reduce the possibility of injuries

        I believe that from the exercise perspective, Dutch coach Henk Kraaijenhof summed it up beautifully with the line:

        “Do as little as is necessary, not as much as possible”

          1. One last comment with regards training.

            From my perspective, out of all the resistance exercises that I have done, weighted pullups are the most effective strength gaining exercise, as well as helping develop the V-shaped torso many desire (think Bruce Lee lats) .

            Your page on this exercise is excellent and possibly could be highlighted and brought more to the forefront with regards the website layout.


  4. This being a 7 part course, will all emails come in at once, or will it be weekly, or some other way?

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