I’ve been meaning to do a blog post on Breakfast Skipping and the positive effect it’s had on my life as well as my clients but for a couple reasons I kept on stopping myself:
1. Would people have an open mind to really soak in the information I’m about to share?
2. Would I get trolled on by dogmatic breakfast eaters?
It’s funny how protective people can be in regards to certain meals.
I can’t count the number of times I’ve explained why I get my clients to delay their breakfast eating only to be met with the same objections and myths surrounding this topic.
Regardless of my “fears” of posting this article, I decided to do it for one reason: Skipping breakfast has been the master key I’ve used to to creating and maintaining a lean body for myself as well as my clients.
Ever since I’ve found out about Intermittent Fasting it’s begun to free me from feeling as if I MUST eat first thing in the morning.
This may not sound like a big deal but you’ll find out why it’s been a game changer later on in this post.
Now I know what you might be thinking, “Isn’t breakfast the most important meal of the day?“
Yes it is but it’s not what you think.
If you are still interested then please read on…
Have I just discovered the perfect interval training program on the face of the universe?
Probably not because nothing is erfect.
What I have found is the best way you can maximize your interval training program by making one little tweak.
It’s a small little change that can lead to big time results.
I would also go on to say that 99% of people are missing this one critical element when do interval training so this will definitely help.
Let me explain…