After a successful week one on the Personal Trainer Food program, I was confident going into week two. Week two definitely had a few bumps in the road, but nothing I couldn’t navigate. There were some mighty temptations in the way of Halloween candy and treats! There were times this week when I found myself wanting to eat something, anything. I really checked in with my body to fill that need in a healthy way. I love that on this program, I do not have to count calories. If I’m hungry, I can eat as much salad, meat or as many veggies as I want! That in itself, feels indulgent and not “diet deprived” at all.
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No Calorie Counting!
Certain foods are unlimited on the Personal Trainer Food program. That means if you’re hungry, you don’t have to count any calories – You can just eat! Any kind of meat (including beef, chicken, pork or seafood) are unlimited. Eggs are unlimited. And you can eat as many leafy greens as you want. Non-starchy veggies like tomatoes, broccoli, cabbage and avocados are unlimited too. And because everything tastes better with butter, this is unlimited as well.
I have loved that in addition to the frozen Personal Trainer Food I was provided, I’m still able to add from these unlimited foods to satisfy my hunger. I’ve been adding salsa to my eggs in the morning, a salad at lunch and extra veggies for dinner when I’m extra hungry.
Add Your Own Toppings
While you can certainly just heat the Personal Trainer Food and eat it as is, the “fun” is in adding things that add to the flavor. So long as the food meets the guidelines and doesn’t contain more than 2g of sugar, you can add salad dressing, salsa, tomato sauce and cheese to your foods. Sprinkle sunflower seeds on a salad and top with extra approved veggies like bell peppers or tomatoes. Chop up your chicken and add it to a bed of greens with crumbled parmesan crisps for crunch. Herbs and spices are also great way to season foods to your liking.
20 Minutes of Walking Each Day
I took the first week off from exercise so I could see how the change in my diet would treat me. I was totally fine, no side effects or headache at all. So on Monday morning of last week, I got back to the gym. Personal Trainer Food recommends 20+ minutes of brisk walking each day. I already do a walk each night with my daughter in her stroller so I’m adding yoga and weight lifting two other days during the week.
Personal Trainer Food Review – WEEK TWO
Cravings & Habits
Halloween day was HARD, I won’t lie. Walking around while my kids collected candy and I couldn’t eat any, was HARD. Normally I would have eaten about 20 pieces during trick-or-treat time. And I would have eaten about 20 pieces the next day. And the day after that.
But I didn’t eat ANY! I was tempted for sure (and by the chocolate cake that my kids won at the Halloween carnival cake walk!) But I kept reminding myself that indulging would set me back several days on my weight loss. So I didn’t cheat. However I did set aside a few of my favorite pieces for a day I have planned a diet break!
Feelings & Mood
I was a little grumpy the day after Halloween, knowing that some of my favorite chocolates were in the garage and I couldn’t eat any of them! But then I told myself that I could eat them, if I really wanted to. However I was choosing for my good health NOT to eat them, that I was making the choice. This made a big difference in my mood.
On Sunday (14 days into the Personal Trainer Program) I pulled out a pair of jeans that I haven’t worn in 3 years. And they fit. I’d could definitely tell that my stomach is flatter and my thighs and hips are trimmer. These jeans are the smallest pair of pants I own and are a full size smaller than what I have been wearing.
So, in two weeks on the program, I’ve lost one size!
Final Results for WEEK TWO:
Weight lost – 2 lbs lost in week two – TOTAL weight lost: 6 lbs
Inches lost – after two weeks on the Personal Trainer Food program I have lost 1/4″ total off my arms, 1.5″ off my thighs, 1″ off my chest, 1″ off my waist, and 1″ off my hips. A total of 4.75″ total lost in two weeks.
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