Sep 18, 2023
Similar to perfection and dieting rules, cheat days also have the ability to sabotage your physique goals.
Like a kid on Christmas morning, you’ve been anxiously anticipating this moment for the entire week. It is, without a doubt, the stuff wet dreams are made of.
There will be Netflix binge-watching, and there will also be BBQ ribs, fries, potato salad, and homemade chocolate chip cookies. And of course, who could forget — your favorite seasonal beer.
And then as the day continues to press on, you realize you’ve only got a few more hours left, so you had better fill up another plate, because tomorrow is Monday and you’ll be back on that chicken and broccoli grind for the next six days.
Sure, some folks can get away with the weekly cheat day and keep their caloric intake within a healthy range, but it can be a slippery slope for most.
Join Coach Steph Miramontes and I as we break down how cheat meals generally lead to disordered eating, weight gain, and all-or-nothing thinking…which just perpetuates the cycle of having to “get back on track.”
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