Fat loss is not a long-term process. Sorry, I used to believe that one cut fat by long involved brilliant calorie cutting and cardio, but the evidence from the Velocity Diet can’t be ignored. Fat Loss demands total focus. It can’t be done in conjunction with your county basketball tournament and a Strongman contest. You have to be single focused. And, please, don’t email me that the Velocity Diet is hard. I know that. My single clearest memory is calling my brother and asking him how to survive one more night. He told me to quit the diet the next day, but tonight I would hang in there. I went to bed thinking of roast chicken, but I woke up the next day and was back on track.
Fat loss is a war. There are no little steps. Oh sure, I support a group here on campus that does “baby steps” towards their goals. I appreciate the idea. I appreciate the small life changes they are making. But, if you want fat loss you must take the scorched earth philosophy. When you take the baby step from Twinkies to Low Carb Bagels, your body still acts “fat.” Give fat loss its 28 Days. Then move on to the rest of your goals.
Brandon Lilly wrote:I just totaled 2204 drinking soy milk, Thanks!
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Not that familiar with the anabolic diet, but for people who go high-protein lower calories in general, how does that look on a vegan diet?
Did you go mainly with shakes and supplements of with whole foods?
.flux wrote:DP can you post more details of the diet please, like what you'd eat in week including quantities? I think it'd be useful for aspiring BB's because all the Anabolid Diet info out there in the web is very heavily based on animal products, it's good to see the vegan alternatives when you Google 'Anabolic Diet'.
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