Negative mood can equal bad food choices and vice versa. But temptation can affect mood.
Scott unpacks research that suggests good mood leads to healthy food choices.
Would you call a lean 5’9”, 208-lb. man frail? Someone did.
Scott got trolled online after publishing his overeating experiment results and now takes his turn responding.
Fantasy over reality. Fad diets promise satisfaction, gratify in the short term, but disappoint in the long term.
Scott compares the techniques used by the diet and diet food industry to those used by the porn industry.
Is there such a thing as a trained metabolism?
What happens if you go off-diet for nearly a month?
Scott intentionally overate during his recent three-week vacation, to test the resilience of his own metabolism. He reports the results back from this experiment.
Why do I keep doing this to myself?
Scott shares three practical keys to stopping the cycle of failure in weight loss and physique transformation.
Scott outlines six approaches that consistently lead to weight loss failure, offers alternatives that work, and answers questions from his live audience.
Deprivation diets attract people susceptible to eating disorders, and they are showing up on social media disguised as legitimate weight loss methods.
The Coach discusses them and shares tips for how to spot a dangerous diet.
Why does one-on-one coaching consistently deliver sustainable results where DIY approaches fail to transform and then maintain physique?
Scott expands on three reasons why.
Special guest Erin Simmons joins Scott for a free-flowing chat about her own past in collegiate athletics, academia, and why she chose to abandon fitness modeling.
Krista Scott-Dixon, PhD., fitness and nutrition coach and author, shares wisdom on professional coaching, and how women and women’s athletics are reshaping the industry and world.