I know that you have plenty of questions about shakeology, and I will attempt to answer them all below. So read this and clear up all the misconceptions you may have about this program.
1. What is clean eating?
21 Day Fix promotes clean eating. So what exactly does this mean? Well, clean eating refers to the consumption of wholesome meals which have nutritional value. This means cutting out fast food meals and processed snacks, and focusing on fresh veggies, fruits, meats, healthy oils, healthy fats, whole grain products, and dairy.
Clean eating does not mean that you can never treat yourself, but it means that treats are not a regular food item. Read this hammer and chisel review. You are basically eating what your body needs, rather than the unhealthy food that it craves.
2. What equipment do you need?
The good news is that 21 Day Fix does not require you to have expensive and bulky equipment. All you need is an exercise mat and 2 sets of hand weights. I would advise you to go with a 3-5lbs light set of weights, and an 8-10lbs heavier set.
3. Does the 21 Day Fix meal plan accommodate people with specialty diets?
I am happy to say that 21 Day Fix is the perfect nutritional program for people with specialty diets. Vegetarians and vegans have numerous food options available to them, especially when it comes to carbs. So if you are worried that the food list might be restrictive to your dietary needs, don’t be.
4. What happens when the 21 days are over?
As you may know, the 21 Day Fix program lasts for 21 days. These 21 days are extremely exciting, and you will observe a huge transformation in your body. So what happens when the 21 days are over? Should you stop following the regimen that was outlined for you?
Well, if you still want to lose more weight, I would advise you to start the program again. However, if you are happy with your results and would like to maintain your weight, then my advice for you is to incorporate the lessons that you’ve learned into your daily routine.
So continue eating healthy foods, and exercise on a regular basis. There is a good article about this that you can read.
5. Can I follow the workouts if I am injured?
The 21 Day Fix workouts are very inviting. Once you get into the habit of exercising on a regular basis, it will be difficult to stop. But what happens when you get injured? Well, my first piece of advice is for you to talk to your health care professional. They can tell you if your injury is bad enough to warrant you sitting out until it heals.
Fortunately for you, 21 Day Fix is quite flexible. If your injury is not that serious, you can use the modifiers to reduce the intensity of the workouts so that you do not re-injure yourself.
However, if your pain worsens as you are doing the workouts, you need to stop and let your injury heal.
If you have any more questions, leave a comment below and I will get in touch with you.