People tweak their fat-loss diets WAY too often.
‘Cause provided your plan was sensible to begin with—and the issue isn’t compliance—the best response to a week of “zero progress” is to repeat it another week.
It’s an inconvenient truth, but sometimes results just take longer to manifest than we’d like. And frankly, your body doesn’t give a hoot about your personal timetable.
But the main reason is that by doing the same damn thing over again, odds are you’ll do it better, with less fuss and a LOT less stress.
And that’s huge.
Because it’s not the hunger or cravings that cause a diet to fall apart—it’s stress and anxiety.
When those things ramp up, a diet ceases to be a simple lifestyle choice and becomes all-consuming—with every waking minute lost to thoughts of what you can and can’t eat, and how much longer you have to keep this up.
Until you break down, binge, and reluctantly start over again.
Don’t dig up in doubt what you planted in faith.
Be patient and trust the process.
Or you can just plan in advance to drop carbs/calories every 7 days come hell or high water, regardless of what your biofeedback tells you—much less the scale or mirror.
Lemme know how that works out for ya.
– Coach Bryan