Fitness In Post
About This Show
Fitness In Post is a program designed for those in the post-production industry who live sedentary lifestyles. If you are tired of having no energy, fighting brain fog, and collapsing at the end of the workday, we are here to help. Post-production is known as the “pizza and beer” community, and there’s nothing wrong with those who make the choice to live that way. However, for people stuck in that culture who want to get healthier but don’t know where to start, there is now a resource. We spend thousands of dollars on top-of-the-line hardware and thousands of hours mastering state-of-the-art software, but now it’s time to invest in ourselves.
Most Recent Episode
Ep112: Taking Meal Prep to the Next Level (The Return of Prep Dish)
3 days ago
Let's face it: When you routinely work 16 hours a day in front of a computer, one of the greatest challenges is maintaining a healthy diet. On Monday morning you resolve to do better this week, but as the deadlines pile on and the time begins to disappear, your willpower quickly erodes and you'll grab whatever you can quickly to keep moving. If you're lucky it's Chinese or Thai provided by your office assistant, and if you're not so lucky, it's a bowl of cereal and Oreo's (I've been there myself...I'm not judging). And if you truly want to eat healthy either at the office cafeteria or by ordering out yourself, it's going to cost you a second mortgage.But what if you could start creating a workflow for your daily meals no different than your creative workflows? In this episode I chat with returning guest Allison Schaaf, the creator of Prep Dish. In episode 66 Allison and I talked about the basic fundamentals of bulk meal preparation, and in this episode we do an even deeper dive into how you can really optimize your process for creating a week's worth of food in just a few hours every weekend.Click here for 2 free Prep Dish meal plansShow Sponsor:G-TechnologyTopics of Conversation:How Allison came to create Prep DishBatching your cooking to save time and maximize efficiencyTaking away the intimidation factor of cooking as a beginnerWading through the crowded marketplace of cooking servicesAllison's tips for developing a cooking workflowHow switching from plastic to glass food storage can make your food taste betterWhere to start if you've never cooked beforeViewing cooking as meditative instead of a choreUsing recipes to develop your ability to improvise with your foodHow to get your kids to eat healthierAllison's journey from personal chef to online entrepreneurDefeating the overwhelming task of starting an online businessUseful Links:Enjoying The Show? Leave A Rating And Review HERE