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Did Your Diet Survive Thanksgiving?

I definitely took a few days off from eating a healthy diet. Starting on Thanksgiving and winding down toward Monday morning I probably ate more fried food, pie, and cake than I have in the last few months combined. 

 I also had a lower intake of vegetables, fruit and nuts then I normally do. Luckily, I had planned for this weekend. I led up to Thanksgiving with a string of good workouts and tightened up my diet in hopes that I would head off a storing of body fat. I woke up this morning and took a good look in the mirror. While I could still see abs, I know I have to get back to the Fat X diet and workout program today. Because I did take a few days off, my body is primed and ready to get back to a healthy diet and working out hard.

If you had a Thanksgiving weekend like I did, don't worry!

 Get back on the horse, start up you workout and diet program and head towards your fat loss and weight loss goals full speed. There will probably be a few hurdles this month with Christmas parties and things like that, but just make sure you plan for them in advance, enjoy yourself those days, and get back to a healthy diet and workout program ASAP.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.  I want to help you succeed, because when you succeed, I succeed as a fitness coach. 

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