Just curious as to what the level of experience or where one should be at in their physical state in order to think about doing the V-Diet? The reason I ask is I was out sometime from an injury and have since gained 50lbs and am having a hard time stick with my old diet plan the T dawg diet. I just resigned up for a gym membership and will be hitting it very slow as to not re injure myself or over due it. I was curious as to whether or not the V-Diet would be beneficial to hit at the same time as starting a workout routine?
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In the beginning, I designed the V-Diet for those already in pretty good shape, but who needed to break a plateau and get in REALLY good shape. It was never really meant for the total newbie.
But since then, a huge variety of people have used it – either to fine-tune or kickstart a longer fat loss plan. I’ve seen everyone from Figure competitors and bodybuilders use it, to total newbies who hadn’t touched a weight or a protein supplement since high school.
But if you want, you could spend a couple of weeks in the gym getting back into the swing of things before tackling the V-Diet. Up to you. People have been successful doing that or just diving in head first.