Episode 10 – Knowledge is Power – You Have Infinite Power

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Today’s guest is long time Empowered Mastery friend Mark Cuatt.  Mark is one of the most passionate and mission driven individuals you will ever meet.  Through his powerful personal story, Mark has been on a life long quest to learn how to optimize the body and mind so you could live your best life possible.

Mark thrived as Executive General Manager of Club Fit, a health club organization with two 100,000 sqft. locations in Westchester County, N.Y. from Dec 2001 – Aug 2018. He obtained that position after working eight years in clinical nutrition and fitness at The Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, in White Plains, N.Y.

In 1998, After five years of clinical work educating and counseling patients with cardiac conditions, Diabetes, COPD, weight loss and many other prevalent health issues, Mark was instrumental in establishing Burke’s new fitness center and several nutrition programs designed for adults above the age fifty five that bridged the gap with the medical community and the health and fitness continuum.

Transitioning from clinical to top level executive positions has enabled Mark to become a recognized force in the health and fitness industry. His leadership style resonates from his own core purpose of “truly wanting to have a positive impact in helping people succeed and to bring out the very best in everyone he works with!

Mark has his degrees in Nutrition & Food Science and Dietetic Technology/Nutrition Care. He is a registered and active member with The American Dietetic Association (ADA), now known as the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, and Sports Cardiovascular and Wellness Nutritionists (SCAN). Mark is also certified with The American College of Sports Medicine as an exercise physiologist and holds many certificates of enhanced qualifications.

Mark shares his extensive knowledge with an in-depth discussion on the brain chemistries and how it effects your health.  This is not a podcast to miss!

A few notable take-aways…

  1. Be all in….Do your research on a diet that works for you.  What is your total calories you need to perform at an optimal level
  2. Make sure you balance your energy between Carbs, Protein and Fat’s.  Go with the 40/40/20 Rule.  40 % Carbs, 40% Proteins and 20% Fats.
  3. Be sure to eat consistently to fuel your body

You could email Mark at Mark@allsporthealthandfitness.com, Instagram @markcuatt and be sure to check out Allsport Health and fitness at  www.allsporthealthandfitness.com.  You could also follow Mark on LinkedIn.

If you are interested in living a healthy and vital life, this is not a podcast to miss!

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