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Old 05-18-2013, 05:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Infamous View Post
I seen a thread where the Rock shows off the food he eats on his cheat days... I'm just wondering, if your working out rigorously or training for a fight and are following a diet plan, do you allow yourself a cheat day? How many per month, if any?


if you're training for a fight i'd suggest you wait until after the fight.


if you're just a guy getting in shape of course you should take a day off once in a while, especialyl if you aren't a huge fan of the foods you're eating when you're on a rigid diet.

feeling good is good for you, and eating foods we want to eat is enjoyable. the benefits of that in moderation are hard to measure. you don't gotta eat like a pig on junk food, but i absolutely believe that you should eat whatever you want every once in a while. your stomach knows, bro. it knows.

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