I will start the V-Diet mid January when I come back from the holidays.
I was at a perfect shape last year (I did not want more), was going 5 times a week to the gym and eating healthy.
I then got a car accident which forced me to drop the gym for a year. I gained 10 pounds in that year (I am not really fat, was 150 and am no 160) but I would like to go back to that shape asap.
The V-Diet looks like the solution for me.
However, after all my physical therapy, I went back to the gym trying the Waterbury method and hurt my back doing a sumo deadlift.
I might do it wrong, but even the good mornings were hurting.
So I was wondering if there was something else I could do (even if it means doing 2 exercises instead one 1 to replace both deadlift sets in the V-Diet advanced training).
Please let me know, as I want to start the V-Diet without having to drop it because of one exercise.