I designed the PASV Model as a simple way to help clients kick start their weight loss and increase their sports performance.
Hey hey welcome to video 1 of 4 where I’m gonna be talking to you about my PASV model. P-A-S- V. PASV. It’s a model that I’ve put together to help people such as yourself, normally I only share it with my paying clients, but I thought I would let you guys have a look at the types of stuff we do together, or my clients do with me, to supercharge their weight loss and increase their sports performance.
So, I’m going to talk about the P for PASV today.
And I call it the PASV model because it’s actually really simple and you kind of don’t really have to think about it.
So that’s got to be good right?
So we’re gonna talk about P today… P is for PROTEIN.
Yep, that’s right protein. One of the three macronutrients, pretty much the only macronutrient that we as human beings actually need to live. Least our muscles shrivel away and we literally just are a bag of bones.
So protein, it’s super important and one of the things I’ve discovered working with my clients, who are predominantly women, mostly all women, so far… ah… Is that we don’t eat enough. We simply don’t eat enough protein and that’s having a massive effect on our energy levels, on our ability to lose weight, our ability to sleep our general all round feeling of wellness and goodness, I suppose.
So protein… really the P for PASV just means eat more protein.
Eat protein at every meal. And I am not talking buckets and buckets of the stuff, depending on your goals it could be a specific amount, but for starters if you just start eating protein at every meal you will be well on the way to feeling better, having more energy and supercharging your weight loss.
What is protein? It’s basically… there’s a whole bunch of science around it but for the purposes of this video, just make sure you’re getting either… some eggs, ah a bit of chicken, poultry… turkey, duck whatever you feel like. Fish, is also really good. Anything from the fish protein area, prawn, seafood all that kind of stuff.
Ah… we have red meat. Red meat is not as bad for you as you think it is, or they tell you it is, in particular venison is super good. We seem to have quite a bit of that in New Zealand.
And the last one is eggs, making sure you’re getting at least one of those complete sources of protein in every meal.
There’s also dairy as well. Sorry, forgot dairy.
So breakfast, if you want to have some protein, you can normally get that in the form of yoghurt. That’s a good option. Scrambled eggs for breakfast is also a personal favourite of mine.
So, P is for Protein. The start of the PASV model.
Just look across what you’re eating on a daily basis, where could you potentially add a little bit more protein into your meals to supercharge your weight loss and increase your sports performance.
Come back tomorrow for video #2, where I will talk about the A of the PASV model.
See you then.