Being healthy will never go out of fashion. Given the pandemic and the growing conversation around immunity building, people all over the world are gravitating towards a healthier lifestyle. And just as health and fitness are trending, so is the name that is steadily associated with it - Darren Goodall.
This celebrity trainer, undefeated professional boxer, and founder of Venom fitness can be found speaking up about the road to a healthy life through his social media platforms. Thanks to his immensely successful methods, his words carry weight. So when Darren talks about nutrition and fitness, people listen!
One of the main reasons for exercising the world over is to 'get into shape.' But the conversation around weight loss can be quite confusing and even misleading.
“A low-calorie intake is not the secret to weight loss, but muscle-growth is”, says Darren. “And for that, a balanced diet alongside workouts is very important. Get a proper nutrition plan and follow it consistently for a true transformation.”
There are a lot of crash diets and other 'hacks' floating around the internet for weight loss. But Darren Goodall believes there are no shortcuts.
"We are not Amazon. Fitness cannot be delivered in 1-2 business days. It is a process that you have to stick with to see the results.” He believes that calories, along with protein and nutrient-rich food together build a better body, not any one element in isolation. Proper nutrition will help you in burning fat and not burning out in the process. And judging by the transformations of people who have trained under Darren, it's hard to not sit up and take notice.
Darren trusts in three things for a stronger, toned body- proper nutrition, workouts, and accountability. But we trust in just one thing when it comes to health and fitness- Darren Goodall.
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