Sure. When I have a shake, I'm hungry again sooner than if I eat something solid, say an apple and cottage cheese or sliced turkey and a veggie. If someone is feeling hungry fairly quickly three times a day, six days a week, when free day rolls around that sense of deprivation could become an issue.
Maybe this is not an problem for fightingfit - that's why I only suggested that he consider limiting the shakes. I don't want the number of shakes to become the focus here, rather that fightingfit seriously consider why he has not been able to finish a challenge and what changes he can make that will enable him to do so this time.
Want it. Plan it. Do it.
Oh ok, so the issue of hunger is what you mean by not working.
We have different interpretations it seems. The protein will definitely work as far as results are concerned and having half of his meals already planned out would make it easier since he is just starting out. And for those where convenience is a priority, 3 shakes a day would be an ideal way to stay on track.
Thanks for the support charlie, I changed my user name because I was having problems logging in, this website has alot of bugs, what browser works best with it
took my official before stats this morning
im 294.8lbs and 43.6% bodyfat
9.30 m1 myoplex diet
11.30 m2 veggie eggwhite omelete and oatmeal
1.30 upper body workout
3.00 m3 myoplex diet
5.30 m4 wholewheat pasta lean mince veg
8.30 m5 lowfat cottage cheese lowfat yogurt
11.30 m6 myoplex diet and 1 tblspoon fish oil
incline db press
flat db press-20lbs
seat db press
weight each hand-7lbs-9lbs-12.5lbs-15lbs-12.5lbs
uprightrow each hand-12.5lbs
seated cable row
standing db press-20kg
incline one arm preacher curls-5lbs-10lbs-15lbs-20lbs-15lbs
great upper body workout yesterday, another 20 minute intense interval cardio workout, meals will be as have been the past 2 days
How's it going out there, fightingfit?
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