Diet Breaks & Cheat Days: The Most Misunderstood Fat Loss Tools

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Within this video I am covering refeeds, diet breaks, cheat meals and cheat days. Utilizing an example in the Rock and the epic cheat meals, I dive in to the research around using high carb refeeds and diet breaks for weight loss, metabolic process, muscle retention and much more.



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Disclaimers: Shaun Nippard isn’t a physician or your personal doctor. Always see a physician before beginning any workout program. Utilization of this post is strictly at the own risk. Shaun Nippard won’t assume any liability for direct or indirect losses or damages that could derive from using information found in this video including although not restricted to economic loss, injuries, illness or dying.

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