Hello all. I wanted to make a thread to track my V-Diet protocol progress and to share my thoughts and experience with others who are doing the V-Diet and similar diets.
The reason I keep calling it a V-Diet protocol is because I’ve changed a few things and will experiment with going off the main road. It’s not fair to call it a V-Diet and not follow it to a T. I’m sure I’ll get flamed for this, but rest assured, I don’t feel as if my changes to the diet will adversely effect the result. I’m not new to body transformation.
I’ve half assed a couple in the past with decent results, (my first 2 pictures shows an 8 week transformation using Lyle McDonald’s Ultimate Diet 2) but I’ve never maintained a lean figure which I intend to do after this diet. This will be the first time that I am taking such a radical approach with the whole ‘liquids only’ for 28 days.
I’m hoping this method will squash some long standing shitty eating habits that have ultimately held me back for the past few years.
The backbone of the diet is still there. I havn’t added in solid meals to compensate for a lack of will power or anything like that. However I have and will be changing the workouts slightly to better suit my needs (as most people do), and have changed the supplementation slightly.
This thread is not to bash Biotest or Chris Shugart. Chris’ diet has helped many people and he deserves many props for such a radical and well written diet. Biotest makes some awesome supplements that I have really enjoyed and will continue to use.
With that being said, I’m shooting for very good and fast visible results. One of the main reasons why I decided to tackle this type of diet is because of the fast results, and the supposed changed eating habits and appreciation for GOOD food.
As I write this, I’m beginning day 3, so I will be back-tracking slightly in my next post.
Well on June 8 I took the challenge up. I ate a shitty ass frozen pizza on the night of June 7th, woke up, felt like a peice of crap and started it up. I’ve done some serious relapsing since my last 'bout of seriousness. My “after 8 weeks” picture was back in January. There are several reasons for this that I won’t elaborate on. However, on only day 3, I feel vindicated to the point where I am feeling high levels of motivation and a readiness to change. Basically, I refuse to lose. Let’s go!