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Unread 11-14-2016, 09:26 AM
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Originally Posted by davidjr74 View Post
I'll post essentially the same thing...do not underestimate how psychologically beneficial the diet break is. It helps you even before the break because you know you got a little diet vacation coming so it helps you with adherence. If you take a look at my log you'll notice that I had no planned diet breaks and I tried to diet perfectly at 1600 calories. Alas I kept failing but when I started making diet break plans my adherence improved 10 fold and now I have been consistently dieting for a while now.
This. It really makes a difference.

1) People underestimate just how much it does
2) I usually take a break from working out as well to help refresh for when the next round of dieting happens
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