Unlike other “extreme” plans, today’s 7-day guide is actually doable. That’s why 98% of diets fail – because they aren’t doable, even for 7 days. They all require expensive ingredients, organic foods and exercises that destroy your joints.
Then you end up burned out and feeling guilty for not finishing.
That’s why you’ll love this 7-day plan Master CTT Mike Whitfield put together for his private clients. Not only has he helped thousands of men and women, including 6 Transformation Contest Winners (even with thousands voting), but he shed a little weight himself...
... as in 115 pounds!
Now you won’t lose 10 pounds in a week with this, OK? But you will feel and look leaner, while losing 3-5 pounds if you follow it. And it will be the jumpstart you need to stay on track. Here’s how it works...
1) Focus on Protein
Now the general guidelines are 1 gram for every pound you weigh, but that’s not really necessary. Simply aim for 70-120 grams of protein over 2-4 meals. (That’s right, you don’t have to eat 6 small meals a day!)
2) Enjoy Grains and Other Starches on the Days You Exercise
3 days (every other day), do a full body workout for 30 minutes and enjoy your starches immediately after. Stick to 1 serving (which is the size of your open hand).
3) Fill the Rest of Your Plate with Non-Starchy Veggies, HOWEVER...
Maybe you’re like me and think they are boring and tasteless. That’s why you can sauté’ a bunch at one time for the week in some olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic and whatever else to spruce them up. By the way, you can eat a salad with a store-bought low-cal dressing. It won’t kill you. And yes, you can have a few croutons for crying out loud.
4) Do NOT Punish Your Body. Instead, Do This...
Do 3 full body workouts with low-impact movements. Hit your legs first when you’re fresh, then hit your pulling and pushing muscles and finally your core. You can do this without equipment, too. Try for every other day.
5) Enjoy a Planned Cheat Meal
Yep. Other “extreme” plans don’t allow a single cheat, but this one is different. So on day 6 or 7, enjoy a reward meal (anything you want). The only rule – stop eating once you’re 80% full.
The MOST IMPORTANT thing you can do after this 7-day plan?
Transition into a long-term approach that is actually achievable and gets you results consistently week after week.
Now if you love eating carbs (like I do), then you can see what I did for a very special client of mine named Lori.
I mapped out a plan that let her cheat 4 TIMES every week, and she still lost 2-3 pounds every week...
... until she was satisfied with her 66-pound weight loss.
It’s called “The Achievable Body”.
If having more reward meals than a single cheat day while not destroying your joints sound good to you...
Have a great day! Mike Whitfield, Master CTT Read more