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We all know how important nutrition is in order to reap the rewards from all of our hard work in the gym. Not only in terms of getting a leaner, more aesthetically pleasing body, but also, and even more importantly, for our overall health and wellbeing.

As a personal trainer, you will undoubtedly be asked by your clients for advice on the types of nutrition that they can incorporate alongside their training programme for the best results. Ultimately, there is no point giving your clients an intense training session in the gym, perhaps including bodyweight training, strength training and then HIIT training, and then your clients following it with an unhealthy, or inadequate, diet.

At Entire Training, we cover nutrition as part of our health and fitness training courses, and this month, we have considered four of the best recipe books that can help encourage strong recovery and a healthy diet.

Four Top Nutrition Recipe Books

Superfood Smoothies: 100 Delicious, Energising & Nutrient-dense Recipes (Julie Morris)

Smoothies provide excellent on-the-go nutrition that can work wonders for clients who squeeze in their personal training sessions before or after work.

The Superfood Smoothies book, by Julie Morris, contains 100 nutrition-rich smoothies that can undoubtedly supply both you and your clients with fuel for high-intensity exercise and high performance.

Superfoods are generally marketed has having particular health benefits, and whether or not this is the case, this Superfood Smoothies book will undoubtedly provide clients with the ultimate fuel for training and recovery.

Lean in 15: 15-Minute Meals and Workouts to keep you Lean and Healthy (Joe Wicks)

Joe Wicks has helped thousands of people shift the fat and get healthy with his ‘Lean in 15’ recipe book which features HIIT training techniques combined with a number of 15-minute healthy recipes.

As a personal trainer, you may well incorporate HIIT training with a number of your clients and could therefore recommend Lean in 15 as the perfect post-gym dinner guide.

30 Ways to Cook Chicken (Breaking Bad)

As a fitness fanatic, you’ll know that chicken is a great source of protein and an excellent aid in muscle recovery. Not only does it help you get stronger and leaner, incorporating the recommended amount of protein in your diet will help performance in the gym too!

The 30 Ways to Cook Chicken recipe book by Breaking Bad does exactly what it says on the tin, no matter what day of the week it is, how much time you have and what other ingredients you have in, you will be sure to find a post-workout chicken dinner in there somewhere!

Super Healthy Snacks and Treats: More than 60 Easy Recipes for Energising, Delicious Snacks Free from Gluten, Dairy, Refined Sugar and Eggs (Jenna Zoe)

Whatever dietary requirements you may have, you are sure to find an energy-giving snack in the Super Healthy Snacks and Treats recipe book. The snacks are full of fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds for the ultimate gym fuel that is not simply jammed with instant energy.

Jenna Zoe swaps refined sugar with natural sweeteners, like agave and maple syrup. She also swaps wheat flour with wheat-free alternatives and dairy products with nut and soya milks.

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Four of the best Recipe Books for Nutrition