Nate Miyaki

Natural Physique Athlete ~ Student of The Ronin Strategies

Nate’s Interview on The Fit Body Pro Podcast

Fit Body Pro

I was recently on my buddy Chris Dufey’s Fit Body Pro Podcast babbling about physique transformation bullshit as always, hahaha… Actually I think we covered a lot of cool and useful physique transformation topics that some of you might dig. Things like: What variables to factor in when customizing carb intake Some of the differences between extreme competition diets vs. live lean year-round lifestyle plans The benefits and limitations of some of the Paleo.. Read More

White Rice For Athletes, Fitness Peeps, & Physique Transformation Plans: The Updated & Unedited Version

Lost Boys Rice Scene

A few of my friends recently asked me why I recommend white rice over brown rice in my fat loss and physique transformation plans. I’ve written about this topic in bits and pieces in various publications in the past. But after having to send my peeps to like 8 different places to give them the full explanation, I realized I needed to gather all of the info, streamline it down, and put it.. Read More

The Official 6-Pack Checklist $1 Book Launch Sale

Amazon 6 Pack Checklist Cover

I’m excited to announce that today is the Official Launch of my new book on Amazon. We’re kicking things off with a One-Day, $1 Flash Sale. Here’s the link to the book’s bodacious page on Amazon: The 6-Pack Checklist: A Step-by-Step Guide to Shredded Abs In case you were tuning me out (in the last couple of blog posts) like I do when anyone is talking to me while I’m watching Sportscenter, this is.. Read More

How Food Choices Affect Satiety, Calorie Intake, & Sustainable Fat Loss

island foods

There seems to be a never-ending debate in the diet and fitness industries regarding what matters more for fat loss and physique transformation: Food Quantity (calories and macros) vs. Food Quality (real vs. refined foods, etc.). This circle jerk makes no sense to me for three reasons: They are somewhat interrelated, and one can have an impact on the other. For example, improving food choices almost always automatically improves diet numbers (I feel.. Read More