I recently gave my client a healthy diet that was centered around lean meats, salad and spinach with olive oil, nuts and vegetables. He lost 10 pounds in 3 weeks but it was obvious that he was not controlling his portions (since he wasn’t losing weight very rapidly).
I put him on the velocity diet, which takes guesswork out of the equation, and he lost 10 pounds in 1 week.
Get on the velocity diet, do it for a month, lose 30 pounds of fat, then shift to a sensible healthy diet and watch your strength skyrocket.
Make sure you’re lifting weights to spare your muscle and target fat for weight loss.
What the hell?! 10lbs in 3 weeks isnt rapid?! 10lbs in one week is borderline crazy- even for the v-diet.
To the OP: I say skip the V-diet for now. You’ll make progress by just getting back in the gym. Add a clean diet and you’ll be making lots of progress.
Perhaps, months from now when your progress slows then you might want to give the V-diet a shot.[/quote]
Well this client was 270 pounds, had not been exercising and was eating like a horse and drinking like a fish. A 30 pound loss of bodyfat in one month would be very typical in this situation.