There is definitely right and wrong when it comes to training and nutrition. However, the fitness industry is extremely diverse and with so many different training styles and approaches to nutrition one can’t help but ask the question “which approach is the best one”?
The answer is rather simple, the best training style and approach to nutrition is the one that best suits you, your lifestyle and your goals. If you can’t see your self sticking to a certain training and nutrition plan in the long term then it is doomed to fail before you even start. This is one of the reasons that drastic approaches (such as cutting calories to an extremely low level) tend to fail, because they are unenjoyable and more importantly unsustainable.
Regardless of the approach that you choose the most important factor will be consistency. You can have the worlds greatest personal trainer and a nutrition plan that was created and kissed by the gods of gains but if you aren’t disciplined enough to put in work on a daily basis and make the right nutritional choices (most of the time because I’m all about balance and pizza is life) then even the best training and nutritional plan won’t help you achieve your fitness goals.
Train smart, eat well and work hard.