Calorie Deficits
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Danny Lennon of Sigma nutrition outlines the intricacies of energy deficit in including why it's imperative to fat loss, caloric deficit methods and misconceptions on rates of weight loss.

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  1. By colt sainas on May 30, 2019
    great to the point course on what a calorie deficit is and how to create one, I really like how he used (%) for deficits rather than just a hard (#) of calories when creating the level of deficit.
  2. By John Donaghey on July 25, 2019
    I really liked this course because it opened my mind to using aggressive approaches in the right manner for the right clients.

    I loved the studies that I can now use for reference for blogs and client educations.

    I was one of those trainers who always goes slow and steady but this has changed my mind quite significantly and I will try to apply the right strategy with each new client.
  3. By Ashley Sabin on September 12, 2019
    I think the title of this review about sums it up. The comparisons between larger calorie deficits to shorter ones was looked at from a few different angles, with plenty of studies sited, and was actually thought of in real world scenarios.

    this course was a very productive use of time (especially considering its a short course) and definitely provided me with things I will use with clients.
  4. By Erica Pease on October 6, 2019
    Calorie deficits can at once seem simple and mega complicated so this course was great in getting a few ideas and strategies . clear in my head.
  5. By Philly Kinsella on November 8, 2019
    This was a really great way to jump in for my first Lift The Bar course. Every time I listen to Danny I learn something and this was no different. I definitely picked up some really useful lines of thinking advice is grab a pen and paper, jot things down as you go and enjoy it :-)
  6. By Jon O'Shea on April 5, 2020
    My second Danny course and again great information and well worth the time to top my knowledge up.
  7. By Marie Droniou-Bordry on December 27, 2018
    Good insight
  8. By Marzena Chwalczyk on May 17, 2020
    It really helped consolidating my understanding and knowledge on that topic. It was great to see the studies supporting the facts
  9. By Bev McGonagle on January 27, 2019
    Trying to improve my nutrition knowledge and understanding, this was really useful.
  10. By Frank Quinn on July 19, 2020
    An excellent course from Danny Lennon. It's always interesting to get a more nuanced understanding of a topic that you previously considered fairly straight forward.