Rewarding yourself when you meet goals will help you to stay motivated when trying to lose weight. If you endure 60 minutes on the treadmill or exercise bike, treat yourself to something nice afterwards. Perhaps buy yourself some new clothes, take a trip to the movie theater or have a night out with friends.Do not allow food to be your only source of enjoyment. Some people truly enjoy cooking and, subsequently, eating. That is fine. Food can be a lot of fun. Just make sure there are things you enjoy as much, if not more. Try to find a new hobby, preferably one that involves being active.
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Alright, today we're going over extreme or what some people like to call crash dieting for fat loss and why it's not only effective, it's actually the way to go. Let's get after it, so I'm sure you've heard of the fitness Youtubers say or maybe you were sitting at home in your underwear, eating lean pockets and Doctor Oz told you no matter what you do, don't crash diet because you'll blow right back up. And that statement definitely has some merit to it. I think about my years of working with competitors, figure fitness, bodybuilding every time I would sit down with them the very first time for the first 30 minutes, I would continually ask him, Are you sure you want to do this? Because…
This is going to completely mess you up, not physically. Anybody says they messed up their thyroid from a hardcore diet is usually full of ****, in reality what happened is they unleashed their inner fat kid and they're having a hell of a time showing that chubby ******* back into Pandora's box. I'm talking mental because you're gonna get to the leanest point you've ever been in your entire life. You're walking around on stage and basically dental floss and they're going to take pictures of you for you to take home, to remind yourself that you'll never look like that again. Now you’ve got a constant reminder on your fridge that you're a fat mass and any progress you make is insignificant.
But here's the truth. You can't get extraordinary results by putting in an ordinary amount of effort. You gotta swim in the obsessive and slightly unhealthy waters if you want to make a change that people can't help but to notice.
Unless your starting point is your contest on that show My 600 pound life, then yeah you're going to make progress by simply getting your enabling mom to stop feeding cheeseburgers all day. Because you know what happens when you try going on normal diet with just a slight deficit. Practically nothing, because you're going to chip away at that deficit little by little, with random calories coming in throughout your day, or you're going to cheat so much that deficit is going to disappear and you've seen this a lot throughout the gym. I mean, look around at the people that basically look like they’ve made no progress year in year out. I mean, if you squint hard enough, it might look like they're making progress, but they're not… because that's one of the hardest things to do is to make a diet that's difficult enough that somebody see’s progress relatively quickly so they don't get frustrated, but not too difficult that one day they just break and start deepthroating churros.
Alright, first we need to change the way you look at dieting, because most coaches will say alright we're doing a 16 week recomposition plan because they're afraid to scare you away with the word diet. But it's a ******* diet. And 16, 12 or 10 weeks… That's a marathon. And the truth is, diets are better done as a Sprint. So reframe the way you think about it and take care your current day and win the week because thinking anything beyond a week, 99% of people would be like **** it take my foot now. Every week you need to install a light at the end of that dieting tunnel from hell by implementing a refeed meal.
You'll be amazed how much harder you can push yourself and how much more you're willing to suffer knowing that you have a scheduled time, you're going to be able to relax and enjoy yourself every week.
Which brings me to a fairly widespread misconception of how low you should push your calories, and I'm sure even saying that a number pops in your head and you're like not going below that or I'll lose muscle. But when people think or say that out loud, they rarely factor in where their calories are coming from. Here's an extreme scenario for you, and I'll use clean numbers because I went to public school so person number 1 is on a 2000 calorie diet, which puts him in a decent deficit and 35% of their calories is coming from protein, so they're getting 175 grams per day.
Now person #2 is going to get less calories than they recommend giving a 12 year old girl now. (I don't recommend this, this is just to prove a point) but they're going to get 1000 calories and 80% of those are coming from protein. So they get 200 grams of protein per day.
So the question is, who would you bet your wife on?
The one that has less protein in more calories coming from what I would consider energy sources, or the one that's basically all protein. I would hope for your wife's *********’s sake. You bet on the 80% protein.
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