Macro Calculator

Put The Most Important Aspect Of Fitness On Autopilot!

Handle Your Nutrition Needs Like a Pro

Lots of people think working out is the most important part of losing weight, building muscle, and improving your overall health is the workouts. Unfortunately, it’s not.


Working out and proper nutrition go hand in hand and rely off each other. This means, you could have the greatest workout program ever designed, but if you don’t have your nutrition in check, you’ll likely make very little progress.


So many lose sight of this simple truth, and for many, this barrier alone causes people to quite and give up. They give up on their dream of being stronger, faster, and feel good in their own skin again. The simple act of making small and incremental changes in your diet will prove to make short and long term improvements to your overall health and fitness level.


Let’s face it, understanding the process behind designing an effective workout program can be time consuming, but no where near trying to figure out where to start when changing your diet. Not to mention trying to decipher all of the garbage online.


Sometimes it feels like the experts can’t get their story straight on what’s good to eat and what’s bad to eat. Now include everyone with an internet connection trying to chime in with their own belief system on how we are suppose to eat. Let’s through in obscure research articles that may or may not have anything to do with nutrition and reaching your intended goal.


If this sounds like a pain in the ass, it’s because it is.


I’m sure at times it feels like you have to have an advanced degree to be able to eat well and get things right. Think about this for a minute, how many times have you had to ask yourself:


•  is this good for me?

•  how many calories should I be eating a day?

•  should I be eating more protein or less protein?

•  aren’t carbs bad for me?

•  can fat make me fat or was that carbohydrates?


Feels almost like a part time job, right? Well, I have good news for you because it doesn’t have to be that way. It can be as simple as entering a few basic numbers and having your answers in seconds.


I felt the same way and it was one of the reasons why I spent so much time using my education and background to design and develop the Macro Calculator. I’ve used this same calculator for the last couple of years with clients and it not only saved me time, but I was also able to continue to develop it with the feedback of my clients.


Here’s what you can expect:


Know how many calories you need to eat per day to lose, maintain or gain weight


Learn how much protein, carbs and fat you need each day


Use your activity level, age and other factors to determine your nutrition needs at the click of a button


This removes all the guess work for you and gives you what you need to know in order to reach your goals quicker and more effectively. However, I didn’t want to stop there. Along with the macrocalculator, you’ll also receive LIFETIME updates to the program, as well as any other content that is added.


This means, everything from the nutrition side of things, you’ll be covered. All you need to do is spend a couple of minutes answering a couple of questions and that’s it.


Whether you’re looking to lose fat, recomp or build muscle, it has you covered.


You might be wondering the price on for all this?


Well that’s the best part, for everything listed above and LIFETIME access, it’s only $15.


A pretty small investment to save you loads of time and effort, not to mention money that it would normally cost for monthly memberships for something similar to this.


I hope I made your decision easier, if so, I hope to see you inside.




Jim Young

Jim is a graduate of the Western Michigan University with a Master’s degree in Exercise Physiology and Sports Medicine. He's also worked in a community mental health setting helping those with serious mental illness improve their health and fitness. Jim takes pride as a coach in helping people achieve better versions of themselves using simple and practical systems.