Fitness Minutes: (70,790)
3,827 11/21/12 1:28 P
I always get 2 glasses of water,I look for the lowest caloric food I will like then eat half of that.I dont drink alcohol or have dessert.Good Luck,Have Fun
Fitness Minutes: (59,663)
11/21/12 9:04 A
Gotta live a little too! I have found that allowing myself to indulge every once in a while keeps me from falling off the wagon completely. We have a local burger place where I live that specializes in awesom burgers and craft beers. As long as I have been training hard and eating right, I will indulge my whim and have a double burger with a fried egg, and a few porters. My calories for the day will be over my allowance and my cholesterol will spike. However, I will return to form the following day and all is well with the world. Personally if I didn't do that every once in a while I would fall completely the other way.
Fitness Minutes: (29,693)
1,581 11/4/12 12:03 P
Maybe try stringing 1, 2 and 3 together. And enjoy 3!
You want to eat reasonably AND enjoy your friends. Have a great time.
Option 3 is a good one. ONE meal won't throw you completely off course. However, I have been know to be really good all day to lessen the blow of the not so perfect meal. Barbecue is my down fall
Fitness Minutes: (22,220)
1,537 11/2/12 4:36 P
I vote for option 3.
And then be good the rest of the week.
Fitness Minutes: (12,713)
4,114 11/2/12 9:07 A
Ya, don't go there with the intention of eating reasonably. It doesn't look like it's going to happen. In this situation I would consider the following options.
1) Eat something before I go. This could mitigate some overconsumption. 2) Eat little all day and "save up". This takes some planning and self control 3) F-it. Pig out. Consider it a treat and move back to your plan tomorrow. 1 meal isn't a make or break scenario (unless it turns into full blown falling off course). 4) Skip it all together.
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1 11/2/12 9:03 A
I am going to Famous Dave's tomorrow with a big group of friends and I have NO clue what to get. I looked at the nutrition facts online and it seems like everything is awful for you :( Any suggestions??
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