Thread: Cheat Days
View Single Post
#4
Old 05-18-2013, 05:25 PM
New England
Strong champion.
 
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Boston.
Posts: 28,313
Rep Power: 106 New England has a reputation beyond reputeNew England has a reputation beyond reputeNew England has a reputation beyond reputeNew England has a reputation beyond reputeNew England has a reputation beyond reputeNew England has a reputation beyond reputeNew England has a reputation beyond reputeNew England has a reputation beyond reputeNew England has a reputation beyond reputeNew England has a reputation beyond reputeNew England has a reputation beyond repute
Points: 6,002,681,663,807.96
Bank: 169,853,022,517,788.12
Total Points: 175,855,704,181,596.09
Congrats on 3000 First Class Posts buddy! - The Surgeon Merry Christmas - The Surgeon for a great poster! - sweetpea87 Drinks on me brother - BoxingGenius27 I hate boxing too, lmaaoooooooooooo - Sweet Pea 50 
thanks for the green...always enjoy reading your post...green you once I can again... - jose830 great poster award - jazluvr Merry Christmas bro. Kick back and enjoy. Surround yourself with your loved ones and have a cold one. - deanrw Happy Holidays  New England - !! AI-Holmes!! Ma nigguh, you should come to Ol' England. - D-MiZe 
for entering the weed thread! - HUGH JASS BoxingScene's Educator-in-chief - Dr Rumack i didn't know you live in that area affected, my heart goes out to you...stay strong homie - jose830 #freeNewEnglang - thuggery Coming home on parole brew. - Sweet Pea 50 
top poster and cool story in my thread of how you first joined boxingscene. - HUGH JASS happy independence day you zulu warrior!!! - HUGH JASS For the fitness and nutrition advice, thanks. - jas A top poster - jas For being a roided up freakazoid - Cuauhtémoc1520 
Childhood Cancer - khepesh Arthritis - Child Abuse - Colon Cancer - Colorectal Cancer - Dystonia - Education - Free Speech - Interstitial Cystitis - ME/CFIDS - Reye's Syndrome - Save the Music - Teens Against Smoking - Victim's Rights - Water Quality - jazluvr World Trade Center Victims and Heroes - Fireworks Safety - jose830 Mourning - Anti-Gang - Melanoma - jose830 World Trade Center Victims and Heroes - Fireworks Safety - -jose- 
Troop and Military Support - Amber Alert - Bladder Cancer - Endometriosis - Equality - Liver Cancer - Liver Disease - Missing Children - POW/MIA - Spina Bifida - Suicide - -jose- Childhood Cancer - sugarsmosley World Trade Center Victims and Heroes - Fireworks Safety - HughJass AIDS/HIV - DARE - DUI Awareness - Epidermolysis Bullosa - Heart Disease - Lymphoma - MADD - Substance Abuse - jas World Trade Center Victims and Heroes - Fireworks Safety - sugarsmosley 
Default

Quote:
Originally Posted by Dr Rumack View Post
I never do it, unless it's unique circumstances where not taking a huge chunk of cheesecake would be impolite. Some people have a cheat day every weekend and I don't think there's much harm in it from what I've seen with other people at least.

They don't really appeal to me I have to say, I don't know if it's just a personal thing or whether it's something that's become ingrained through habit, but I never get that temptation to eat sugar or grease loaded stuff anymore. Not since I started sticking to a fixed diet.

It's strange, I look forward more to my daily meals now than I ever did when I'd eat a wider range of stuff, and stuff that was notionally 'tastier', pizzas, fried food, etc. I think there's a lot to be said for routine and habit when it comes to diet.

That said, if cheat days work for you then have at. For a lot of people it's a great psychological reward that motivates them during the rest of the week.


how much are you weighing these days, rumey?
Reply With Quote
New England is offline