I've written before that the goal of a diet is not fat loss per se,…
After another morning of scrolling through Twitter notifications, helping guys out with fat loss and the Intermittent Fasting Lifestyle, and there’s another issue I’ve noticed. Quite a few people are falling into the same trap here.
Many of my followers are very similar to me, or at least, how I used to be.
They’re sick of their appearance doing their heads in, and they want to get cut and chiselled.
They’ve failed with stupid diets before, and they know they don’t want to continue to go down that road again.
They’ve heard good things about Intermittent Fasting, and want to give it a shot to see if they can stick to it.
But here we run into a massive problem.
Their mindset means that they will never stick to it long-term…unless they change it ASAP.
Intermittent Fasting Is A Lifestyle
I get many questions which always follow the general pattern of “How many times do I need to do Intermittent Fasting per week?”, or “What if I eat low carb breakfasts on the weekends?”
The problem with this mindset is that it’s inviting, no, begging for inconsistent, yo-yo-ey results, which is NOT what we want. You need to do Intermittent Fasting every day – it should be a part of your routine. Your life. Your existence.
It’s not some magic pill that you pop every now and then.
Look, if you start having days every week whereby you’re eating breakfast, you are conditioning your brain and your stomach (which are both highly interlinked by the way) to expect food to come in at 8am or 9am or whenever.
This is going to make your life difficult as hell when you do actually fast. Why would you purposefully make your life difficult? Makes no sense.
Furthermore, choosing to have breakfasts on the weekends, low-carb or otherwise, is asking for trouble. Most people relax mentally on the weekends, which is completely understandable. I’m not knocking it. But because of this, widening your eating window and increasing the total time spent eating, having food in your stomach and thinking about food, is simply going to make life difficult.
You aren’t going to stick to your calorie intake.
Especially if you’re having more of a social weekend. We all know how distracting good times with other people can be.
How To Shift Your Mindset For Consistent Fat Loss
When looking for a new diet plan that you will stick to, you must commit to it. Every day. Seriously.
It’s not a magic bullet. Or a magic pill.
But it is a seriously effective way to reduce your appetite; meaning that you are genuinely happy to eat less food.
And as I’ve been saying for a long time now, this truly is the main strength of Intermittent Fasting. It makes fat loss easier. Almost breeze-like.
It means that:
- You eat less and you’re still full. You’re satisfied. You’re happy.
- You get to feast like a king in the evening – you have 50% of your calories left (1000+ for a lot of you!) which means you’re flexible, and you still feel like you’re eating loads of food (even though your total intake has fallen).
It really is a system for shredding on auto-pilot.
But by messing around and being inconsistent with it, you’re removing your strongest asset.
You are going to be starving in the mornings, and it will be your own fault.
You will ruin your diet, and it will be your fault.
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