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Deadly dieting sins: Guest blog

In the first of several guest blogs I will be writing for Fit Lifestyle Box here is a new article I wrote on the 7 deadly sins of dieting. I know right? Proper cheesy title, but I loved writing it and avoided the temptation to spend 1,000 words writing about how awesome Brad Pitt was in Seven.  So check out the article here —-> http://www.fitlifestylebox.com/blogs/articles/112775878-the-seven-deadly-sins-of-dieting

Inside you will discover these deadly dieting sins:

  1. Why starting a diet on a Monday might not be right for you
  2. How being TOO organised can also fuck up your fitness goals
  3. Why the scales are your friend, not your enemy (something that 90% of PTs get wrong)
  4. How eating clean could be causing you to FAIL
  5. Why following this method could triple your results
  6. Why you shouldn’t trust ANYONE (including me)
  7. And what the number One mistake in dieting is

Give it a go, and I guarantee you will find something that you can take away from what is a 8 minute read at most (unless you’re a very slow reader). Or your money back*. The thing with dieting is that no matter how often fitness professionals like myself tell you something, there is so much misinformation out there that we get swallowed up and lost. Easy solutions are always going to be listened to rather than the complex (yet correct) reality. I wish I could tell you that cutting out bread was the right move for fat loss, but the science doesn’t back that up. But hopefully this article will help change a few minds!

Talk Soon

Matt “sinner” Smith

P.S. Don’t miss out on my post-workout nutrition article which you can read here. In it you will learn exactly what you should be eating or drinking after a workout (and no the answer isn’t beer) to get maximum results

P.P.S. Here’s that link for 7 deadly sins again: http://www.fitlifestylebox.com/blogs/articles/112775878-the-seven-deadly-sins-of-dieting

*You didn’t spend any … Stop looking for a handout!

About the Author Matt Smith

Matt Smith is the owner of Beer N Biceps. He has a degree in Sports Science, 10 years of experience working in the fitness industry, and has written for hundreds of fitness websites. He is a lover of good quality beer and believes that drinking in moderation can form part of a healthy lifestyle.

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