NBSV 038: Tobias Sjösten on goal setting, tracking your fitness progress, and leading a community that helps vegans get strong

February 12, 2019

 

This episode is all about setting - and nailing - your fitness goals! Tobias Sjösten is an online strength and conditioning coach, competitive Brazilian Jiu Jitsu athlete, and CrossFit trainer. He writes about veganism, training, and nutrition at Athlegan.com and runs the Athlegans Facebook group, with the goal of creating more fit and strong vegans.

 

Listen below!

 

 

Important topics and points you don't want to miss:

     

     >> The difference between training and exercising.

 

     >> How to turn nebulous goals like “I want to improve my body composition” into something quantifiable and measurable.

 

     >> Differentiating between "inputs" (your actions), and "outputs" (like changes in body composition, body weight, amount of weight lifted, etc.)

 

     >> Tracking your fitness progress, including a discussion of how weighing yourself daily can be useful.

 

 

Connect with Tobias:

 

     >> Tobias's website

 

     >> Athlegan group on Facebook

 

     >> Tobias on Instagram

 

     >> Tobias on Twitter

 

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