Eat.Lift.Sleep.

Building Complete Health Through the Three Pillars of Life

About Me

Hey, my name is Josh, the man behind the vision of this website, Eat Lift Sleep. This is the place where I go out of our my way to create helpful informative posts around health and wellness.

I have spent a lifetime trying to figure out what was my “thing” to get healthy and it has moved from sports like baseball and soccer and over to things like rock climbing and hiking.

I have followed the vegetarian diet, ketogenic diet, atkins diet, carnivore diet, and soooo many others while trying to find the right one that I would be able to follow for a lifetime.

From there I have experience with home workouts from the entire Beachbody range of products P90X through to Body Beast and a few after which were fine but not my final answer.

I then switched over to Mike Mathews and learned a little more about lifting and how nutrition is honestly the place you must place your focus in as you can’t out work a bad diet.

I have tried Atkins, Keto, Carnivore, and so many other diets that yielded short term results. No because they are bad diets but the focus on diet alone made me lose muscle along with body fat, slowly causing me to fail.

This new understanding has led me to this site as I now focus on all three core pillars to high quality health and wellness by building a strong body through a focus on nutrition, fitness, and sleep.

Skipping out or slacking on any one of these will yield poorer results or possibly watch you slide backwards from your current position.

I’m planning to do everything I can along the way like researching, testing, and ultimately reviewing some of the best home workout and home gym equipment on the market.

Latest Posts

  • will strength training cause weight gain

    Many women assume that strength training will increase weight. However, muscle mass can have multiple benefits. This includes increased metabolism, appetite, after-burn, and muscle mass. While this may sound bad for your waistline, it is well worth the effort to gain muscle mass. This article will outline some of the benefits of strength training. To […]

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  • Is it normal to gain weight when strength training

    While it is perfectly normal to gain weight while strength training, there are many reasons why it might be a problem. Inflammation, micro tears, and Temporal weight gain are all possible reasons for this. You should consult a health care provider, registered dietitian, or certified trainer if you have concerns about weight gain. Generally, weight […]

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  • How Often Should I Do Cardio While Weight Training?

    How often you should perform cardio while weight training depends on your primary training goal and body type. Because each person’s body is different and responds differently to training, you must write down the following three factors: Moderate-intensity cardio is less frequent One common misconception about exercise is that it must be high-intensity. But that’s […]

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