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I found success fasting BUT it's SO MUCH MORE than that | The transition to Alternate Day Fasting



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20 thoughts on “I found success fasting BUT it's SO MUCH MORE than that | The transition to Alternate Day Fasting
  1. That is what I am doing right now pulling rolling 44's I will be 51 next month and have a 30 inch waist and weigh 134lbs, 5ft 6". My refeeds are strict plant based fruit, veggies. beans. rice and potatoes. Down 5.6 pounds in 7 days, next Thursday will be 14 days of rolling 44's. Goal is 129. 100 to 300 kettlebell swings a day and ruck walking 40# ruck. You have a purpose man and you are helping people march on!!!

  2. Save your money on the Dexa Scan. Not worth it, and the gum right now with covid… not a great idea. Your numbers are high there. Be mindful.

  3. I
    Am looking forward to watching this journey . I feel this well help us once we get to our maintenance . I hope you discuss what foods you choose . Your eating window (how long) etc. I’m most excited to hear about the mentality what you tell yourself when your struggling etc. these are the posts I save of yours to hear on my tough days. I’m living vicariously through you right now . Your weight is my iideal weight . I’m 164 as of today I used to be 125-130 but I also get bouts of depression etc . Which is my excuse for being here . So mindset is my biggest obstacle . Thank you for this . You are changing lives

  4. Just a heads up, I don’t know how accurate dexa scans truly are, definitely do some more research before you fork over all that money, your trial and error has worked amazingly in the past, why not keep at it?
    You know the old adage, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it 🙂

  5. Between you Jerome and Kevin MCT, you guys have me convinced of the power of rolling 96’s! Just finished my first one of many to come.

  6. How do you deal with breaking the fast and having the runs after?,,,I fasted for 6 months but every time I broke it I had the runs for two to three days please help

  7. Congratulations 🎉, just remember that even if..if the scale trends up you can always do a 2 or 3 or 4 day fast, you have that in your toolbox. Btw.. just weighed myself and I'm at 86kg down from 125kg 6months ago.. 39kg or 84pounds lost.. only 6kg or 13pounds to lose before I'm no longer in overweight BMI.. then I'll be trying maintenance..

  8. The only trigger in weight loss for me is the scale. I totally understand that scales have their place in weight loss but I simply won't ever weigh myself again until I feel I'm small enough in body size. Even then I may still never. I had lost about 20lbs in a month back in Aug. Then I started to get "scale happy". I ended up weighing myself every day for a week and the scale kept creeping up and up, even though I was doing 20/4 IF and sometimes OMAD. I derailed my entire journey because of it. I even told myself in the very beginning not to weigh and did it anyway. I get too obsessed. Once a month became once a week until I weighed daily. Something had to change. I also didn't want to have to track calories, macros, exercise, etc. I wanted to free myself from all of it. I decided to recommit to my weight loss without constraints and that's when I found this channel. I'm so much better with fasting than any other method of weight loss. Now everything feels relaxed. When I eat, it's joyous and not nerve-wracking. When I exercise, it's for me to feel good and not forced torture. I'm not new to fasting, just new to rolling fasts. With this new tool of rolling fasts, I know success will be mine to stay this time. Thanks again Jerome for showing your journey.

  9. I really resonate with the issue of portion control. I’ve always had that problem and I think a lot of people don’t understand it so it makes it hard to talk to them about food issues. I’m glad I can listen to you as you get it.

  10. Good luck again…. be prepared to see a pretty big jump on the scale, but know that you have it under control. I have no doubt that you'll figure it out and I'll be here to remind you haha 😆. I don't know what my end game is yet but I know that I'll probably never go under 48hrs because I've done ADF and it doesn't work for me and I need to continue with success. I enjoy free eating too much and I'll never give it up. I have to figure it out and step up my training and I never worry about breaking early… I ended up breaking last night at 55hrs into a 90 but it didn't faze me at all. I'm doing another 90 now and I'll eat on Monday night. No issue just move on and enjoy my life.

  11. Great video, great content. Looking forward to how it all unfolds for you, Jerome. With your mindset, you'll continue to be successful!!

  12. I'm kinda upset, because I broke my fast after 52 hours and I weighed in and had gained 4 to 5 lbs. I just don't understand how this happened. Yes, I had sugar and carbs. But I think the problem was the processed chicken breast

  13. Good morning fasting family, feeling better today,4 mile run, I did not know what was wrong with my stomach because I had violent diarrhoea, I did a lot of hard work and I found out that turmeric did help, it does not break I fast

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