VELOCITY DIET DAY 5 - 3/16/2010
Summary: 100% diet, NEPA, and training compliance
5:15: HOT-ROX + NEPA walk while listening to B&N Portable Professor series: "A History of Ancient Rome"
6:00: Meal 1 + Flameout + Fiber Choice
7:00: Water + Superfood
10:00: Meal 2 + Flameout + Fiber Choice
Missed: Meal 3 + Flameout + Fiber Choice
2:15: Water + Superfood
4:00: Meal 4 + Flameout + Fiber Choice
6:00: Workout + Surge
8:20: Meal 5 (V-Diet cookies) + Water + Flameout + Fiber Choice
Notes: Weighed 221.4# @ 5:15 AM. The guy in the mirror is starting to look a little better. Lost track of time and forgot the midday shake again. There was a weak moment when someone in my office area microwaved something that smelled like chicken and marinara. I took a moment to consciously recall that the hunger would quickly pass, and it did. Although I am not fond of adding more caffeine to the HOT-ROX, I am finding that a bit of Coke Zero really helps settle the stomach down, so I’m rolling with it. I keep counting the days until my next meal, although that is probably more effective than counting the days until the end of the diet. Another day is in the books and I still feel very good and am adjusting well.
Polsen714: I like the “lemon ice” suggestion, but I didn’t order vanilla because I didn’t like it except as an ingredient in Berardi recipes. I have some Grow! Whey vanilla, but I’m staying as strict as possible with the sups. If I need to order more to cover the transition period, I will get a tub of vanilla. I will try the “banana bread” shake tomorrow. Since the banana has a nutty flavor to it, that sounds really good. I am also thinning the shakes just a bit and that seems to help with “keeping it down.”
Landwaster: Thanks, but I have to give credit. I remembered the cookies when reading about V-Diet 2.0 a couple of years ago. They are awesome. For me, they’re almost a V-Diet “enabler.”