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πŸ“ˆ Strategies that will help you eat less and lose weight πŸ“‰

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Take smaller bites I often suppress my desire to eat more food by taking smaller bites of food. For example, take several bites to finish a chip rather than consuming a whole or several chips in one bite. This allows you to enjoy your food for longer and maximises the satisfaction. This in turn suppresses the urge to grab more food due to feeling bored or unsatiated.Β Β Β  Know the difference between being full and β€˜not hungry’  There’s a clear difference in the amount of food one consumes when they eat to the point of being β€˜full’ and to the point...

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πŸ₯ Chicken Chilli Tenders πŸ₯

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Having a delicious dinner is extremely important if you want to maintain a lean diet. Here’s one of my go to dinners when shredding. It’s delicious and extremely macro friendly.Β  πŸ“ƒ Ingredients: 50g of corn flakes 300g of chicken tenderloins 30g of egg whites Parika Garlic salt Parsley Chill flakes Nandos Garlic Peri Peri Medium Spicy Sauce πŸ“ Macros: 93g of protein 740 calories πŸ‘¨πŸΌβ€πŸ³ Cooking: Put the tenderloins in a bowl and mix them with the paprika, garlic salt, parsley and chilli flakes In a separate bowl, crush the corn flakes Take each chicken tenderloin, dip them in the...

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😴 The importance of rest days πŸ›ŒπŸΎ

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You want to grow big and get shredded. Intuitively you think the more you workout, the more you’ll grow so you skip rest days. ❌ WRONG ❌ Rest days are an important part of any exercise program. They give the body a chance to repair, recover, grow and avoid injury. Numerous scientific studies show that rest days play an important role in helping us maintain good health and fitness. What is a rest day? A rest day is a day in which a person takes a break from their regular workout routine. That doesn’t mean you remain totally inactive. Low-impact...

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Quick ways to cut your daily calories

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As we all know, cutting calories is vital to becoming shredded. Below are some quick ways to reduce calories in your everyday foods. As I always preach though, you must have an underlying motivation to cut your calories, otherwise you won’t stick with these tips. πŸ§‚ Use herbs, salt and spices for flavour instead of sauces: You can unlock a tremendous amount of flavour by just using rosemary, sea salt, CRACKED pepper, paprika and garlic powder. Avoid creams and dressings (soy sauce and hot sauces are fine). As a general rule, the more filling and satisfying a flavour is, the...

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🌭 Do you need to always eat lean to have a six pack? πŸ”

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Many people think in order to have a low body fat percentage, you always need to be eating lean. I want to dispel that idea.Β  All you need are the right habits and to find what diet routine works for you and your preferences.Β Β  I am often having to eat junk food because I tend to lose too much weight when in a caloric deficit. I want to be sitting at 65kg but have recently fallen to 64 and I risk losing muscle mass.Β  Now I don't always eat like this obviously, but I DO eat this way more often...

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