Well, I’d be lying if I didn’t say that the second day was tougher than the first. Already sick of the shakes, but hey, it’s cool. Makes me look forward to that HSM even more.
Speaking of the HSM, I’m starting to put together what I’d like to make (I’ll have it Friday after my workout). I’m thinking of having a tuna steak with steamed asparagus and broccoli, a small baked potato, and a salad consisting of romaine lettuce, spinach leaves, cucumbers, and cherry tomatoes with olive oil and vinegar (which I believe was the recommended dressing, will double check).
I went to the school gym to check everything out to make sure my workout for Day 3 was doable. I asked a staff member about the one exercise I wasn’t sure about, deadlifts, to check about form and technique. Being a more hands-on learner, having someone show the lift to me in person and then have me do it to make sure I knew what to do made me feel a hell of a lot more comfortable about the workout. I’m psyched.
Just a side note: I read Chris’ article titled "2 Habits You Must Break. Highly recommended read for anyone on the diet. As a Psychology major going into his Junior year, I have to say that it really hits home. If memory serves me correctly another applicable, psychology term for the V Diet is cognitive dissonance. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, I suggest looking it up.
Thanks to all who have posted their support so far. I greatly appreciate it