Archives for August 2015

New Blog Series! “Call me a Liar”

Hey everyone!

Day in and day out we’re helping people become healthy, lose weight, repair their metabolism, reverse diabetes, make pain disappear, put neuropathy myths to bed, and yet due to what some would consider “unorthodox” methods it’s always an up-hill battle convincing people that this stuff works!  And that’s why I’ve decided to create this new bog series, “Call me a Liar”.

We like to believe that we’re ahead of the game in many respects.  With a training system focused on the governing system of the human body, the nervous system, the results seem limitless.  Our nutrition concepts stem from the work of a great biologist and nutrition researcher Raymond Peat and our coaching methods do tend go against the grain.

It would be easier to just preach what everyone wants to hear.  Such as:

“Lose weight, fast.  It’s easy!”

“Losing fat will solve all your problems.  Sign up and we’ll get you to lose 10 pounds in 10 days!”

“Take this supplement.  It’s the key to magical weight loss.”

For years I thought statements like these were true.  Then I came across the work of pioneers like Dr. Eric Cobb and Dr. Raymond Peat and everything changed.  Since then we’ve made a decision to dedicate ourselves here at FitLife Fusion to keep a person’s best interests in mind.  We’re dedicated to your health.  Your goals are important us, of course, BUT… are you alright with the possibility of sacrificing long term health for a little bit to lose a few pounds in a the short term.  This is the part most people don’t get.  We want you to have it all, and just because there are effective methods to lose weight fast, it does not mean they are the solutions to the health problems you may be dealing with currently or the ones you’re trying to avoid in the future.

So what does that mean for you?  Well, I’ve decided to put together a series named call me a liar. Why?  Because I want you to!  In fact I just want you to take a stance and figure it out for yourself based on the info I provide you in series of blog posts to come.  Awaken the leader within yourself and take charge of your health.  That’s our mission and we believe you and everyone else are capable of doing this… and we want to help.

So be skeptical. Ask questions.  Don’t just take my word for it.  I will provide you with information and can be the judge.  Start the conversation.  It may be just the thing you needed to make some real progress in your health and fitness goals.

Keep moving,


FitLife Fusion & Sityodtong Muay Thai Las Vegas, Owner

FitLife Fusion & Sityodtong Muay Thai Las Vegas, Owner


What to eat, What to eat…

Hey Guys, First off I’d like to commend everyone on there hard work I’ve been seeing at the gym. You guys have been kicking butt! Also, I love all the questions everyone has been asking me, keep it up.

A question I get a lot is,”What Should I eat BEFORE and AFTER a workout?” What we decide to put in our bodies plays a huge part in our performance when we workout. If we have the right amount of nutrition we will have energy and feel good during the workout, compared to if we eat nothing or eat foods that bogs our bodies down and not allowing the cells to create energy efficiently, which is what we want. This is a lot easier than it sounds. One of the tools our cells use to create energy is glucose. So eating:

Fruit (preferably melon,cherries,grapes, Orange Juice)

milk with sugar

Coffee with plenty of milk and sugar






Smoothie with protein (preferably Gelatin)



Whatever you decide to eat just make sure that your ratio is More Sugar than Protein, more Protein than Fat.

After the workout I like to have at least 24 0z of OJ with a pinch of salt as well as some protein and fruit. Also I like to make time to take an Epsom Salt Bath, this gives our muscles and nerves the food they need…

I hope this has been helpful for you guys, If you have any questions feel free to Email me at