FromFlabToFit Posted February 4, 2014 Share Posted February 4, 2014 Feb. 10th. That's the date for me. Deciding to do the Whole 30 was somewhat of an impulse decision for me I'll admit. You see for the past several months, I've eaten pretty clean. I don't eat much sugar, dairy or grains. I don't restrict myself from having it, but I do it in moderation, so I guess I thought that was close enough. Recently though I've been a little frustrated that I work out 6 days a week, eat very well, and have not dropped a pound. In October I decided it was time to shed some excess weight (I'm 20lbs over what I should be). I got really strict with my diet and exercise and so far have only lost 4lbs. Disgruntled and defeated, I decided that I can only really be disappointed if I put in 100%, and still don't feel better, (realistically I'm probably only 75% right now). Sure I don't eat sugar often, but maybe even my limited intake is doing more damage then good. So with all that said, now's the time. I'm sick of counting calories, getting worried about my macro's and weighing out everything I put into my body. It was like I had a 'duh' moment and realized that if I become more focused on what types of foods I was ingesting, then I could focus less on the amounts. So here I am getting ready to start. I was just wondering if there is anyone out there who: a- Signed up for the Whole30 Daily (is it worth it?) b- Anyone who was generally an active person and healthier eating to begin with, how did this help you? Did you notice an improvement physically? I'm going to be documenting it all on my blog too (shameless self promotion) so if anyone wants to follow it you can at www.FromFlabToFit.com Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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