DLDNation Blog

  • Summer Vacations are Ahead... DON'T CRASH DIET

    Summer is just around the corner. Even with the world slowly reopening, I’m willing to bet a lot of us are looking forward to a vacation or maybe e...
  • How Lack of Sleep is Ruining Your Progress

    Sometimes when the path to progress seems “too simple”, we start searching for something more complex. After all, the solution can’t be that easy. ...
  • Newsflash… eyeballing your macros isn’t working.

    Here’s the truth… people GREATLY underestimate their calorie consumption daily, leaving them feeling indignant and deserving more progress than the...
  • THREE ESSENTIAL PRINCIPLES FOR MEDITATION

    GET READY TO ZEN OUT! WE TALK A LOT ABOUT THE BENEFITS OF MEDITATION HERE IN THE NATION, BUT HOW IN FACT DOES ONE GO ABOUT MEDITATING? Well, fi...
  • Cellulite

    Ok, let’s talk about workouts and diets that claim to “blast” cellulite.  First of all, what is cellulite?!Cellulite is a term for the form...
  • Plateau Assessment

    IF YOU THINK YOU ARE PLATEAUING, HERE ARE SOME THINGS TO CONSIDER BEFORE YOU PULL THE TRIGGER ON A CRAZY RESTRICTIV...
  • Alcohol Tracking

    What’s up party people?! Let’s talk a little bit about ALCOHOL. Let’s be honest, if you have big fitness goals you really j...
  • 10 TIPS FOR BEATING THE COLD ON YOUR FITNESS JOURNEY!!

    The weather can oftentimes lead to unwanted obstacles.Tasks like going to the gym, getting groceries, andcooking can all feel like too much...
  • Travel Tips From A Traveling Nurse

    Whether you travel a lot for business or pleasure, you know that this can definitely be a barrier to reaching your fitness goals.Barrier does not ...
  • 6 Things Night Shifters Need To Know To Be Successful

    It’s no secret that working night shift can be a major barrier to wanting to pursue/stick with a fitness journey.

    Disrupting our body’s natural sleep cycle can affect our hunger, hormone levels, body temperature, alertness, and sleepiness. I wanted to share some of the tricks that I used on night shift to ensure that I was successful in and out of the gym.