The Triple Digit Diet
Successful body recomposition is far more complex than diet and exercise alone. There are various psychological and physiological aspects that must be analyzed, considered, and taken into account. These things vary greatly from person to person. Super Elusive Triple Digit Weight Loss can surely be achieved by following a version of the low carbohydrate lifestyle along with proper motivation and the understanding of various intricacies of when, where, and how to utilize all the tools at your disposal that will help you ultimately reach your goals. Do not procrastinate any more! The persistence of time is relentless and the longer you wait, the more difficult it will be to achieve your dreams. Start reading today and don’t forget that even a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Today is the first day of the rest of your life.
“Some very popular weight loss plans have really gone out the window with their food recommendations. Especially those that are selling their own products.”
What’s going on here? What are we doing? Will I have to stay low carb forever? Great questions! One of the things we’re doing is reprograming your mind and body to depend on fat for fuel instead of carbohydrates. And while that does take some time – it’s not nearly as long as you might believe. Once you’re reprogramed you should be able to consume all types of carbohydrates without the desire to binge like you have until now.
Binging on carbohydrates will cause your body to go back to it’s old ways. Once you kick the carbohydrate addiction, you won’t crave them like you used to. You’ll have cake, ice cream, candy or whatever your favorites are – in moderation – like healthy people can/do.
On a Ketogenic diet, you’ll notice you’re hungry less often because of the slowly released energy from fats.
Oh! Hello there! 🙂 I’m so glad you’re here reading this… So why do I call it The Super Elusive Triple Digit Weight Loss Diet? Well, for one thing, losing triple digits is elusive. Right? Super elusive! The definition of “elusive” is “difficult to find, catch, or achieve”. It IS a triple digit weight loss diet – because you CAN lose triple digits if you need to. And you will… Just stick with me…
I lost 115 pounds using this program. I went from 275 to 160. I really COULD say that I went from 275 to 140 – which I did – but I gradually went up and down for awhile before I eventually got there – so I don’t typically include that number when I’m talking to people about my weight loss success…
To get down to 140 I had to go above and beyond what I felt comfortable doing long-term. It was a short-term endeavor to see just how thin I could get. I already had an easily visible “six pack” at 160 pounds – I was at about 10% body fat. But I kept going just to see how thin I could get.
Can you imagine I went from obese to six pack in a year? 160 pounds is a good spot for me as I have a vascular, muscular look. I still can’t believe you can see the veins in my arms. Going down to 140 pounds actually caused me to lose a good bit of muscle and my friends started telling me I didn’t look so good. I was too thin.
What I strive for in regards to exercise is consistency. What I tell people to aim for is to do something they’re comfortable doing long-term – for the rest of their life. For some people that’s a brisk walk. For others it’s full-scale running. Running is way over my head. Sure, I can do it – but I dislike it very much. So I don’t include that in my personal long-term plan.
We’re going to figure out what your personal long-term plan is and then get you started on the road to reaching your goals not only through diet – but exercise you can deal with on a day to day basis.
- Are you currently overweight?
- Do you really want, deep in your heart, to get healthy again?
- Would you come along and take this ride with me if I told you we can make this happen together?
Then let’s get started! Make this commitment right now and download my eBook today. Don’t worry! There’s a 90 day, no questions asked money back guarantee! You have NOTHING to lose but pounds of fat… Oh, and did I mention that I’ll be with you for support on your journey? Please, do me a favor. Email me with any questions and let me know how you’re doing! I like nothing more than to know I made a positive impact on somebody’s life.
These days I do something called HIIT – which stands for High Intensity Interval Training. It sounds FAR worse than it actually is. Basically you do cardio exercise at about 80% exertion for one minute; then go easy for the next minute; then go back to that 80% exertion for a minute; then go back to easy for a minute – and so on, and so forth. I do this for 40 minutes with a 5 minute cool down five days per week.
I don’t do it so much to lose weight or even maintain at this point. My low carbohydrate lifestyle keeps me right where I want to be. I do HIIT because I enjoy it and it offers many health benefits – including disease prevention and delaying the aging process. These things are important to me. And at some point or another, you might be doing the exact same thing. I believe you will. But that’s entirely up to you.
How did I build up to this? I’m glad you asked! Let me show you exactly how this is going to work. 🙂
Let’s say you have over 100 pounds to lose like I did – and running isn’t something on your to do list any time soon. Let’s start with a 10 minute walk on a treadmill. These days, gyms like Planet Fitness offer $10 per month memberships. Give it a shot. We’re talking about changing your life for the better here. $10 per month…
So after a few days of doing that ten minutes on the treadmill, you’re going to be shocked to see that ten minute mark come so quickly. The first time might have actually felt like a half an hour! But now your body is getting used to the challenge – so when that ten minutes comes around you feel like you can do an extra five or ten minutes – and you will!
After doing this for a few days, you’ll find that extra five or ten minutes is a breeze. You’re going to work yourself up to doing 40 minutes of walking on the treadmill. Believe me, it’s not going to take long. By this point everybody is going to notice your weight loss and your clothes are going to start fitting loosely.
Now, not only do you have more energy and the capacity to work harder, you’re going to be excited to do so because you know this is working – and you’re losing weight, looking better, and feeling better. And one of the reasons this is working so well is because of your new way of eating. You don’t only feel better because your body is now burning fat for fuel, but you’re less hungry – so you’re actually eating less. This is amazing! It’s all coming together…
- Do you want to fit into those nice clothes you see at the store that you KNOW only look good on thinner people? I’ve been there! I know how it is…
- Do you want to crush your eating disorder as quickly as possible?
- Do you want to use a program that’ll never leave you hungry?
I don’t know… Are you ready yet? <– Let’s do this!
So you’re up to 40 minutes on the treadmill and you still have energy in reserve. Next time you’re going to go on a bit of an incline. The treadmills have a feature to raise the incline so it’s like you’re walking up a hill. Over the next few days you’re going to make that hill steeper and steeper. It’s only a short matter of time before you’re going to need a better challenge.
What’s going to happen then? You’re going to lower the incline back to flat – and start jogging. You – yes, you – are going to jog. Now that’s where things get a little sticky FOR ME. I’m not a jogger. Yes, I can run a “5k” these days – and I’ve done a few – but I’m not a jogger. I moved up to the Elliptical machine. This is a stationary machine used to simulate stair climbing and walking, jogging or running. It’s my cardiovascular exercise of choice.
But I WILL say that I jogged! I had the incline on the treadmill way up – and I still had plenty of energy after thirty-five minutes. I lowered the treadmill, did a few skips and went into a jog – for the first time since I was a kid. You’re going to know the feeling – and it feels good…
A little earlier when I first started increasing my time on the treadmill – I thought I’d give the Elliptical a try. Two “pedals” and I was done. Nope! Not for me. No way. My legs were just not strong enough. Now, as mentioned above, I’m doing high intensity interval training for 40 minutes with a 5 minute cool down – burning anywhere between 500 and 600 calories at a time. I never thought I’d be where I am now when I first tried the Elliptical machine…
“What if I find all types of diet intimidating? I’m afraid of change!”
Nowadays you don’t need to be afraid of the term “low carb diet”. Most of the challenge comes in the very beginning. After a couple of weeks you’ll start adding more carbohydrates back into your diet. The main idea of this way of eating is to get your body re-accustomed to burning fat for energy instead of carbohydrates.
Think of it this way… If you wake up at 8am, eat pancakes for breakfast, then go jogging for 30 minutes a couple of hours later – you’re burning those pancakes for fuel. Not fat! If you go jogging first thing in the morning – you’re burning fat! That’s exactly what you want.
And not only that – now that your metabolism is running at high speed because of your morning cardio – you’re burning those pancakes more than you would have if you’d eaten them first! I used to know people who’d drink their morning coffee on the way to the gym – you know – for energy. They’d have a great workout but at least half the calories they burned were from the coffee, milk and sugar! What a way to sabotage success…
While you’re eating simple carbohydrates like bread, potatoes and sugar in excess – that’s what your body burns for energy. What we’re doing here is re-teaching your body to burn fat for fuel. This is better for both your mind and your body. Once this is achieved – you can eat carbohydrates again – but this time – like a normal person. If you look at the way I used to eat (in the book) you’ll see that’s not the way a normal person is supposed to eat. I wonder if you do the same…
Once you’re back in “normal mode” you’ll be able to have carbohydrates without your body remembering, “Oh! Wow! That’s right! That’s what I like to use for energy. Forget fat. I like this! It feels goooood…” – but NO! It’s not good. Burning fat for energy is good.
When you’re back in “normal mode” – you can have a burger, pizza, chips, chocolate or ice cream once in awhile without resetting your system into “crazy mode”. Not only that, but I’m going to show you how you can have all these things every day of the week – without compromising your fitness goals…
When I first started low carbing many years ago there were no good options. Things are much easier these days. You’ll see…
- Do you want to switch to a system of eating that you actually can find enjoyment in?
- Do you want to eat the food you like and still lose weight anyway?
- Are you ready to be enlightened? Mentally, physically and spiritually?
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About the Author
Sal is a 45 year old black belt at trying to be a black belt. He’s been studying mixed martial arts for about as long as he can remember.
He also enjoys writing self-help books about various topics like weight loss, hair loss, and acid reflux, three things he’s had to work against in his own life. In addition, he enjoys building websites and writing about automobiles – as well as driving them…