All meals prepped for tomorrow!
Couple points 1) if you’re eating mostly healthier choices of food you shouldn’t be “starving”, in fact you might find it harder to eat all of your calories because healthier options usually are lower in calorie. Example: 1 slice of red velvet cheesecake from Cheesecake Factory 1,200 calories. 1,200 calories can also get you 2 eggs spinach 1/2 cup of oatmeal, 6oz of chicken asparagus, 1 cup brown rice. 6 oz of salmon, 6oz sweet potato, broccoli.
1 slice of Cheesecake or 3 full meals? Which one will keep you on track and performing better 🤷🏽♂️.
2. Meal prepping is key to staying on track. My schedule is just as busy as anyone’s here. I don’t have time to cook everyday, but I have it down to a science and it takes me about 30-min to an hour on Sunday’s to cook for 3 days. I can bet that if you’re someone that says “it’s impossible for me to lose weight” you have never given 100% effort to meal prepping and tracking.
3. Your trainer is not dumb. You can tell them you’re eating healthy all you want, they know when you’re lying. Eat like shit, perform like shit. So when you’re struggling to get through the warm up, he or she can bet you ate half a pizza last night with a couple drinks.
I can care less at this point about aesthetics or what I look like, but I do care about how i perform during a workout. I eat healthy to perform better and to get stronger. My eating habits, that I have established over the years will ensure that I never go back to being over weight again.
4. “ no protein shake bruh🤷🏽♂️?” you DO NOT, I repeat, you DO NOT need a protein shake as part of your diet. I’m a fat kid. I rather eat my calories than drink them any day. Remember some coaches are in the business of selling shakes, think twice before buying. Any supplements, including shakes are useless until your diet gets on track. We spend millions on supplements that’ll get you “quick results” but can’t spend a couple extra bucks for organic chicken? Guess which one will benefit you more in the long run and get you results.