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#1 highonempty

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Posted 23 September 2020 - 06:59 PM

is anyone familiar with the Velocity Diet? i am considering participating in a modified version of it. simply put i don't have the funds to purchase their protien powder (it is truly the BEST tasting, very expensive though), or other supplements. i will attach the e-book that explains how go about it.

in short, you walk/jog a minimum 45-60 minutes EVERY day. strength train every other day. consume only fish oil supplements & protein shakes during the day, with one solid healthy meal for dinner, & a pre-workout mix on the days you strength train.

it's about a month long, if i recall correctly. the before & after results of some of the women who did it successfully on the Biotest forums are phenomenal!

i don't have a gym membership anymore, so i will be training with 10lb dumbbells, an ab wheel & stability ball at home. it is going to take A LOT of discipline & support from one an other, if anyone is interested in joining me? there's no set date just yet, thought i would get a few opinions first.

oh, & for the heck of it, my current weight is that of a whale. 149lbs (67kg), my goal is to reach 120lbs (54kg), & my lowest was somewhere around 135-140lbs (61-63kg). i am 5'8 (172cm), & yes i am very aware of how unhealthy my goals are, SO PLEASE do not judge me. this is my battle, not yours.

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#2 Leonnoire

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Posted 28 November 2020 - 10:30 AM

I am familiar with it, but it honestly looks unsustainable. I would rather ramp the calories up than tax my kidneys like that.


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