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ACL_6305Dain Wallis is a Body IO® Coach from Toronto, Ontario, specializing in helping people improve their lives by achieving their health, physique and performance goals. An expert in carb-cycling and carb manipulation, using the principles of Carb Backloading™ and the Carb Nite® Solution, Dain believes in educating his clients and empowering them to make sustainable nutrition and lifestyle changes.

“I don’t believe in cookie-cutter meal plans or one-size-fits-all recommendations. I assess each client individually and coach them on how to make the most important changes for their own unique lifestyle and goals”

A graduate of the Physical & Health Education program at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Dain has been helping people across the world achieve their goals since 2011. Education and certifications include:

Queen’s University, Bachelor of Physical & Health Education (BPHE, 2006)

Queen’s University, Bachelor of Health Studies (BA, 2006)

NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS, 2011)

Precision Nutrition Level 1 Coach (PNc1, 2012)

Precision Nutrition Level 2 Master Coach (PNc2, 2015)

Along with being a Lifestyle Coach and mentor, Dain is a competitive Strongman in the 175lb class, currently ranking Top-5 in the World. Most recent results include:

3rd place, 2014 Carp Strongman Competition, 220lb class

4th place, tie, 2015 Arnold Amateur Strongman World Championships, 175lb class

1st place, 2015 Odd Haugen Strongman Classic Chicago, 175lb class (automatic qualification for 2016 World Championships)

Dain is also a Health & Fitness contributor at several media outlets including Bodybuilding.comthe Huffington Post, and of course, Body.ioAs a lifestyle specialist for people from all walks of life, Dain created Fit in a Fat World to dispel common misconceptions and to share the most practical and up-to-date information from the world of fitness and nutrition.  Please enjoy the free content on this site, but for the latest information on health and fitness, please go to www.body.io.

Contact:

For help with Carb Backloading™ and the Carb Nite® Solution: coaching@body.io

For general lifestyle and nutrition coaching inquiries: fitinafatworld@gmail.com

Twitter: @FitinaFATworld

Facebook: Fit in a FAT World

Instagram: @FitinaFATworld

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2 responses

9 01 2013
Kristyn

Okay so, I would like to give this a shot. Sounds kind of interesting. So I usually eat between 6-7pm and then, for a 14hr fast would have to eat around 9-10am the next day. So my question is… I usually work out around 5am, which would be during my fasting time. Should I continue to fast until 9ish, or should I have my post workout meal?
Thanks!

Kristyn

10 01 2013
daingreg

Hi Kristyn,
Thanks for the read!
Working out in the morning throws a loop into the whole process, but that doesn’t mean you still can’t make it work! The only time I ever do cardio is in the morning after a cup of coffee, because as I’ve mentioned, this is when my body is in fat-burning mode. I’d suggest waking up at 5am, having a coffee, and getting right into your workout! A 12-hour fast should be fine, so don’t stress about getting to 14. Above all else, I believe that the post-workout meal is the most important meal of the day, so within an hour of your workout you should make an effort to refuel with simple carbs, lean protein, and fats. The intensity and type of your workout will determine what and how much you eat, but try it out, see how your body reacts, and make adjustments according to your results.
Don’t hesitate to reach out to me if you have more specific questions!
Good luck!
Dain

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