Does this sound familiar?

  • Update: 19/06/2020

Have you done this before?

You’ve been smashing it all week with nutrition, so you're tracking your food because you know you've done good...

...then it comes to the weekend and you've fallen off, so you decide not to log any of the food or drink that you consume.

Here’s the problem with that...

If you are going to track your food, you have to track ALL your food. Not just the foods that fall into your plan.

It’s easy to put the foods in when you are doing the right things, so you can give yourself a pat on the back and feel great about how well you’ve stuck to the plan.

Then when things go south we just bury our heads in the sand, shovel down more food and drink and tell us we will start next week and everything will be alright.

If you don’t acknowledge your overeating and find out how much exactly you are consuming, you are never going to be able to make the changes you need to in order to make long lasting change.

You will then inevitably just end up back in the same position the following week and the week after going round in circles.

By tracking your food, even when you've had a worse day than others, you can see how many calories you've consumed.

If you know that number, you then know how much less you need to eat the next day or so, allowing you to offset this 'bad' day and still get a smoking body by summer!

You don't need to cut out all the food and drink you love! Life would be pretty miserable that way...

BUT if you want to get the body you've always wanted, you MUST not just pretend the bad day didn't exist or that it was a one off!

But rather accept that it's happened and will likely happen again and make the appropriate changes, whereby you can offset the bad days with the good days.

As always team, you're doing amazingly! Hope this helps!

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