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  1. Awesome video! <3 I am trying out intermittent fasting, or at least a modified version of it, to help my gut reset. I really appreciate how encouraging you are for people to try the stuff that works for them and I’m hyped up for a brand new year of getting back into it after a long injury recovery. Happy New Year! <3

  2. That flex tho. πŸ˜‰ Bread is my enemy. I pay more for lower card bread, but I decided to not cut it out. Especially after noming on pancakes (thanks to you). I do need to do a macro diet thingy. And stick to it, cause I tend to hop around. I like what you said tho, "Trust the Process". My 2020 mantra. Also thanks for the Juggernaut reference. I’m on it. Also leaving behind, not getting to the gym to work out, aka LAZINESS.

  3. Hey great video, just subbed from one of your collabs with megsquats.

    You did unintentionally misrepresent the Keto diet when you said the carb limits and then said that you can’t even eat vegetables and stay under that limit. Every Keto diet piece of information that I’ve read uses net carbs (carbs – natural fiber) to calculate your daily carb intake. This is a small thing, and I agree with the other things that you said about the Keto diet. It might be helpful to people who are unsure about it if they are confident you’re not misrepresenting things.

  4. I don’t agree with you about the keto diet unless you argue against ketogenic dieters who think there’s only one way to do it. Although it all comes down to reducing calories for losing weight eating fats is very satiating. Ketosis reduces the risks of many cancers (a demographic that maybe should remain in ketosis to help their cancer treatments), it’s been shown to improve brain cognition, reduces inflammation even in a calorie surplus and there are more forms than 1 for keto diets. Some people cycle out, some people eat more protein in combination with intermittent fasting to remain in ketosis most of the time. Even powerlifters and other athletes can strategically eat carbs like sweet potato and fruit in appropriate portions so they burn through the carbs for their workout, while maintaining much of the ketogenic benefits, the New Zealand All Blacks are an example . You can also get plenty of good plant foods like cruciferous vegetables, mushrooms, squash, tomatoes, berries etc I urge you to have a look at Dominic D’Agostino, he is a great resource he’s also a high level strength competitor.

  5. Most freeing thing is realizing that I can live a normal, healthy, fit life, that I did NOT get fat, & fitness is better….when I stopped micromanaging food & dieting

  6. Awesome πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» thanks πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

  7. Agree with literally all the above! Especially with not judging other people’s goals. Like if a lady wants to grow just her butt, let her. If I wanna grow my lats and traps and become huge, let me! We’re all on our own journey. The effort and mental and physical transformation from exercise is the beautiful part, not the end result.

  8. 20 minute workouts are great for if you’re like me and back to them after 5 months. Or years or any significant time.

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