Mark Mueller of Personal Trainer Denver CO talks about the best sources for protein. — 3 Comments

  1. Wendy on personal training. I was a nurse for 9 years, got my degree in exercise physiology and have been a trainer for over 17 years and have taught group exercise since 1984.
    So why would I need a personal trainer? Only a fool believes they can’t be taught anything more, and the wise believe that they can learn something from everyone they meet. I choose to be wise and appreciate the wisdom,knowledge and expierence that Mark has brought in the few sessions we have had together. Some might say it’s too expensive yet they’ll pay $150.00 a month on nails, $300.00 on hair and $50.00 or more on entertainment. You get one body and will never be as young as you are right now, so invest wisely. Treat your body as a temple and invest in good high quality maintanence.

  2. Thanks for the input! Quinoa is not to be overlooked. However, the ratio of protein to carbs is low, so some supplementing will need to be done in most cases to increase protein and even it out.