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Old 09-17-2009, 03:58 PM   #4
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The Spike Diet is pretty bad






Hope you know I'm just kidding. One of the things I've learned in my lifetime of yo-yo dieting is if you want the weight gone long term you have to first lose it in a way you can maintain. For example if I did a normal diet and ate 1,500 cals a day for 6 months and worked out 5 times a week and lost 50 lbs. Then when I hit my goal weight and my workouts slipped to twice a week and I ate 2,500 a day because I hit my goal then I slowly gain my weight back. A regualr diet will eventually lower your resting metabolism which makes it even worse.

Low carb diets are tough to follow forever.
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