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  • Posted On: 01-13-19, 9:21 am (EST) #1

    i failed my nutrition plan

    January 13, 2019, 9:21 am

    I cant help but feel sorry for myself. ive been training and sticking to my nutrition plan for the past 3 weeks with great results. ive lost about 10 pounds and 2 inches off my waist. however, this weekend i got drunk and ate about 1000 calories of junk food and i felt so disgusted! but im going to take it for what it is and remind myself how gross i felt for future reference. 

  • Posted On: 01-13-19, 2:54 pm (EST) #2

    i failed my nutrition plan

    January 13, 2019, 2:54 pm

    Put it behind you and move forward.

  • Posted On: 01-13-19, 4:11 pm (EST) #3

    i failed my nutrition plan

    January 13, 2019, 4:11 pm
    Posted by: Boozy_Poo

    I cant help but feel sorry for myself. ive been training and sticking to my nutrition plan for the past 3 weeks with great results. ive lost about 10 pounds and 2 inches off my waist. however, this weekend i got drunk and ate about 1000 calories of junk food and i felt so disgusted! but im going to take it for what it is and remind myself how gross i felt for future reference. 

    You may be eating to healthy, and yes there is such a thing. The reason cheat meals excist is as a safety vent to prevent binging like that. Thats why its good to have a cheat meal or two a week and eat healthy the remaining time. The fact that you did what you did is comepletely normal - recharge, regroup and get back on the horse.

  • Posted On: 01-13-19, 8:24 pm (EST) #4

    i failed my nutrition plan

    January 13, 2019, 8:24 pm
    Posted by: Boozy_Poo

    I cant help but feel sorry for myself. ive been training and sticking to my nutrition plan for the past 3 weeks with great results. ive lost about 10 pounds and 2 inches off my waist. however, this weekend i got drunk and ate about 1000 calories of junk food and i felt so disgusted! but im going to take it for what it is and remind myself how gross i felt for future reference. 

    @boozy_poo It was only one day man, it's all good! Tomorrow is the start of a new week so you can get back on track. And whenever you feel like binging so badly again, just remember how it made you feel afterwards.. that should give you an incentive to avoid it haha.

  • Posted On: 01-14-19, 12:17 am (EST) #5

    i failed my nutrition plan

    January 14, 2019, 12:17 am

    Thanks guys that makes me feel better!

  • Posted On: 01-14-19, 8:32 pm (EST) #6

    i failed my nutrition plan

    January 14, 2019, 8:32 pm
    Posted by: Boozy_Poo

    Thanks guys that makes me feel better!

    @boozy_poo You're welcome man! Don't beat yourself up about it too much. Just focus on all that amazing progress you made before and work on gettin back into that rhythm!

  • Posted On: 03-15-19, 3:32 am (EDT) #7

    i failed my nutrition plan

    March 15, 2019, 3:32 am
    Posted by: Boozy_Poo

    I cant help but feel sorry for myself. ive been training and sticking to my nutrition plan for the past 3 weeks with great results. ive lost about 10 pounds and 2 inches off my waist. however, this weekend i got drunk and ate about 1000 calories of junk food and i felt so disgusted! but im going to take it for what it is and remind myself how gross i felt for future reference. 

    Trim Inches from Your Waist. One pound of fat has 3,500 calories, so creating a 500- to 1,000-calorie-a-day negative balance, through diet, exercise or both, can help you lose 1 to 2 pounds a week.

  • Posted On: 03-17-19, 10:54 pm (EDT) #8

    i failed my nutrition plan

    March 17, 2019, 10:54 pm
    Posted by: luckyvenkat

    Trim Inches from Your Waist. One pound of fat has 3,500 calories, so creating a 500- to 1,000-calorie-a-day negative balance, through diet, exercise or both, can help you lose 1 to 2 pounds a week.

    @luckyvenkat Well, I wouldn't agree about a 1000 calorie deficit per day. Being in a 250 - 500 calorie deficit every day for a week (which means a 1750 - 3500 calorie deficit per week) is more than enough to lose weight steadly. The bigger the deficit, the more likely you are to start burning through muscle. Going for a quick fix by making the deficit too big isn't the best option, in my opinion.

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