OR you could start low carb dieting for a month or so, then V-Diet, transition, and then resume low carb food dieting until you are shredded. once you are shredded, you’ll respect how hard it was to attain that level of leaness and never want to lose it. finally when you begin your “clean bulk” a few months down the road you’ll have a whole new perspective on fitness and never let yourself lose that six pack, all the while packing on slabs of muscle to your frame.
in my opinion id rather be the skinny guy working his way up in weights and slowly but surely getting bigger every month. when you’re lean and you add muscle, you can tell, it’s motivating. when you’re fat and “bulking” you just look fatter and fatter.
My diet is quite low carb, I only consume complex carbs in the form of oatmeal and wholemeal bread for breakfast.
Good solid advice there though. By the way, does anyone know with the V-Diet if I can use whey protein mixed with milk so it because a casein meal of sorts, or if I have to purchase a casein protein? Just investigating the V-Diet before taking it up.
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No. Don’t do it. Stick to the plan. Why? Peruse through the Physique Clinic’s and you’ll discover CT mentioning that milk is rated 100 on the Insulin Index…meaning that the insulin spike from milk is very high. Stick with Metabolic Drive, and all the supplements mentioned in the diet. No tweaks. If you do tweak it, don’t call it the Velocity Diet, cause it isn’t