Intermittent Fasting Results – 1 Month
So! I’m going to a little bit or reverse engineering here. I didn’t properly save my results from Intermittent Fasting – so what I’m going to show you guys isn’t officially one month. It’s more like a five to six weeks.
Hopefully that seven day difference isn’t enough to disappoint you guys!
Some of my readers are having trouble adjusting to the initial stages of intermittent fasting. Depending on your previously established eating patterns, It can be hard to change your lifestyle suddenly and fit the 16/8 intermittent fasting schedule.
And don’t get me started on the other options, such as 20/4 or full 24 hour fasts – Geez!
So, I figured I would share my own results after a “month” to try and keep you guys motivated towards a tangible goal – a full 30 days on Intermittent Fasting. Then you can check your progress and see how you measure up – I’d love for some of my readers to stomp my progress (in a completely healthy way!)
Here are my results after 1 month:
Now, Intermittent Fasting was not the ONLY thing I was doing. I also utilized an excellent workout from Jen Ferruggia – the Bikini Body Workouts. I highly recommend that you pair your Intermittent Fasting diet with an excellent workout if you want the best results, and I can’t recommend Jen Ferruggia enough.
MY CHALLENGE TO YOU
Can you beat my results?
I’m inviting anyone and everyone who takes up intermittent fasting to post their results in the comments below. Think of it as an accountability exercise – sign up now, then come back later with your results. If I see you haven’t returned, I’ll call you out!
Like I’ve said before, my site is all about pushing for the best results possible for everyone.
Intermittent Fasting is at it’s hardest when you’re first starting out, but once you get past those initial stages, you’ll realize just how easy and flexible the program truly is.
Want to work out in the morning and eat after? Take your BCAAs and you’ve got it!
Want to skip breakfast entirely and break fast at Lunch? Not only is this doable, but it’s essentially exactly what IF was designed for in the first place.
Want to break your fast way later in the day, like evening? Also doable!
Then, you can also adjust your eating windows anywhere between 0 hours (on a 24 hour fast) to 8 hours maximum. And trust me, once you start trying to pack in the amount of food you normally eat into those windows, you’ll struggle to try and binge eat.
If you can beat off your starvation long enough to reach your eating window – you can consider that day won.
Start slow if you have to. Maybe one month seems too far away, even after this blog post. Shoot for a week. Then, if you’ve made it through that week, understand that you’ve just climbed a hill and it’s going to get easier and faster from there. Then shoot for the 2nd week. Then a 3rd.
Before you know it, you’ll be at the end of your own 1 month intermittent fasting journey, and ready to return to this blog post and show me up with your progress.
And I personally can’t wait for that moment.
Make sure you see the complete transformation I underwent with the thanks of Intermittent Fasting! And if that’s not enough, I’ve also compiled a few other Intermittent Fasting Success Stories, many of whom are from women who did the same dieting plan I did (the 16/8 breakdown).