If you’re wondering how we’re able to eat some bundt cake and still manage to stay fit, then you’ve got to listen to this episode! By planning out your cutting phase and your maintenance phase ahead of time, you’re going to have more freedom to enjoy the food you love and still have the confidence and the power to stay motivated.
HIGHLIGHTS FROM THIS WEEK’S SHOW:
- Spend your calories on something you enjoy. Have a list of maybe 10 things that you really love. Don’t just pick up just the random candy bar with 250 calories and it’s gone and you don’t remember it.
- Plan out a week ahead of time. Otherwise, either you’ve not eaten enough so you end up being hungry the next day, or you’ve overeaten.
- Schedule the periods that you’re going to be strict with food. For instance, get strict for 8 to 12 weeks. Of course, it all depends on your personality. Also, choose a time when there’s not much going on.
- Figure out your maintenance mode. This is when you probably shouldn’t diet. Look at your calendar ahead of time so you can make allowances for when you’re fine mentally and emotionally and you don’t have to diet.
- Plan ahead if you have an event coming. Account for when you need to maintain and when to diet. Decide on whether you’re going to be strict through the holidays. Or make it your maintenance mode and make allowances through that.
- What causes fluctuations is when you’re staying on a diet forever. Be sure to look through vacations and holidays to have that freedom. If you allow yourself to have that stuff during your maintenance phase, it’s going to make a huge difference – less guilt, less cravings!
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