Thought I’d make my first post on the forum here. Today is day 28 of my V-Diet.
Male, 26 years old, 175 cm tall
Starting weight 184.3 lbs, 168.4 now. - 15.9 lbs
Lost 2.8 inches of my gut, 2.4 of my chest, 2 inches of my hip, and 12.4 inches off my thigh.
I was a little disapointed , because even though the pounds seemed to be coming off as the weeks went by, there wasn’t much happening to my waistline. I never bothered to measure my thighs during the diet. Never knew they were that fat. So I still have 36 inches around the largest part of my lovehandle area.
I’m going to do a pretty strict transition, and I’m going to diet for another 8 weeks, making it 12 weeks total. No particular diet in mind, just lean protein and veggies and a Total Body program. Hopefully, I can shred some fat off my upper body now.
Anyone thinking of doing this diet, I say go for it. I thought it would be hard, but it’s not. After a couple of days, the hunger pangs all but disapear, and it’s dirt simple to follow. A lazy mans diet, for sure
I should probably also mention that I went from 104kg(yeah, grossly obese) to 78kg a couple of years ago. Then I grew complacent and gained 7 kg in a year, and now this.
A question for you, Chris: I haven’t been using creatine during the V-Diet. Actually, I’ve never used it. Pretty new to weight training. Is there any reason I shouldn’t start using it now? I understand there will be some added water weight, but the numbers on the scale aren’t really that important to me. As long as my waist is shrinking every week.