Instead of having a whole day to basically eat junk all day, try having some type of small cheat food a day.
Then you won't feel so guilty.
Cheat days (or as I call them epicure-days) are absolutely ok. It's better for our body and mind to be allowed to get these rewards. Even for those who want to lose weight, they are better than only starving and feeling guilty. For those who do a lot of workouts, they don't have any bad side effects. But it makes us feeling good and worth all the hours we're spending on having fun and torturing us.
Stay strong bro, lets be honest tho you and I and most active people know in the long run it doesn't matter really..
I went to Frankie and Bennys yesterday and had black and blue burger with cheese fries, shake and apple pie and custard...
I dont feel one bit guilty...I worked hard all week and deserved something other than chicken, fish, beef all week...
It made me happy eating, the memory is a happy one with my children and now looking forward to smash another week!
Live life :-)
my cheat meal was the Bacon and Swiss Buttery Jack from Jack in the Box today. There was nothing to eat at home and I still had 700 calories to complete my daily calorie intake, and the first thing I thought about for a 700-800 calorie meal with a chunk of protein was the buttery jack. Definitely not a good way to bulk up, but it does the job for tonight
I have one day a wk as a day off from watching wat I eat. I do feel bad for it. Xx