I'm never going to be your typical life-coach. But I can get you results fast and easy nonetheless.
I'm Sergio Rivera, your guide here in ManlyNutrition. With a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Master’s in Guidance and Counseling, I’m your go-to-guy when talking about self-improvement.
But like what I said, I’m never going to be your typical coach.
You may have stumbled upon this site in your pursuit for that perfect physique. Or you maybe you just feel tired of being overweight, feeling lowly and dejected because other’s simply look better than you.
Whatever the case may be, we all want one thing. You, me, and everybody else just wants to start their day by looking at the mirror and saying “Man I look good. I feel good. I’m going to own this day!”
Over the years I have found out that the best way to start turning around your life is through a healthy lifestyle. And the first domino in that you need to push is your diet. Eating healthy makes you feel good, look good, and perform better against life’s day-to-day hustles and bustles.
Join me in a journey towards optimum health.
Remember, you are never alone and I am here to inspire you to make changes for the better. We’ll take it one day at a time. In this site we’ll primarily talk about healthy eating. Then we’ll level up by moving towards topics on exercise as well as techniques to help you improve your mindset and overall well-being.
But remember, life is not a sprint. It’s a wonderful marathon. So let’s take it one day at a time and build on small successes that eventually lead to colossal triumphs.
As we have learned from NBA coach Gregg Popovich, it may painstakingly take a decade or so to build a champion team, but every year counts. Every sweat, every effort, every sacrifice, no matter how small, leads to the prize.
By taking time to visit this site and practicing what you have learned from us here at ManlyNutrition, you are taking that one step towards success.
On a final note, I would like you to adapt a credo that Gregg Popovich drilled into the hearts of his players, the Stonecutters Credo:
“When nothing seems to help, I go look at a stonecutter hammering away at his rock, perhaps a hundred times without as much as a crack showing in it. Yet at the hundred and first blow it will split in two, and I know it was not that blow that did it, but all that had gone before.”
So, shall we start pounding that rock? Buckle up and let the journey begin.