I was never a believer of the 80/20 rule. I thought that as long as you exercised that you were good. I used to not eat the way I do now. I used to eat fast food, drink pop like it was my job and get up in the middle of the night to eat peanut butter. I used to workout but hated it and felt like it was more of a chore. I always hated gym class in school. Oh it was terrible. For me to completely change my lifestyle took YEARS. It was never easy. Looking back I'm glad, thankful and proud that I made that decision to change my ways. When I had hip surgery back in May and not being able to workout, my eating stayed the same. I still ate what I normally do. Some say that is boring but for me that is what I like and it helps me to stay consistent with the exceptions of my cheats. My effort to live a better lifestyle has been the same and I give it my all. Not just for myself but for my family. I want my kids to grow up with a love for health and fitness. This is something I never had growing up. It really wasn't until my husband was a personal trainer that he was the one to slowly get me moving with walking/running. Then I fell in love with working out at home. ❤️
Liam, it's like you're talking directly to me 😂
You've heard it before "abs are made in the kitchen"!
It's ABSOLUTELY true! You can not train enough to reveal abs (trust me this is what I've tried my whole life - and it doesn't work)! It's only been within the past few months that I have noticed big changes in my stomach fat decreasing and I fully attribute it to my dietary changes (because shhh, I'm working out less than ever before 😜) Do YOU know how to eat to reveal abs?