Monday, June 15, 2015

Dr. Ian Smith Shred Diet

So before my cruise I completed 2 weeks of the Super Shred Diet...but I didn't follow it exactly to a tee. It was hard but since I only completed 2 out of the 4 weeks before going on my cruise I have now started the Shred Diet by Dr. Ian Smith. Also, before my cruise I tried the Military Diet (see my results here) - for the first time and loved it! The results were pretty good. I also did it for a second time after I got back from my cruise - see results here. 

I wanted to continue to do the Military Diet, so I am combining 2 diets as 1. The Military Diet is a 3 day on, 4 day off type of diet. But to keep myself for eating unhealthy on the 4 days off I am going to follow The Shred Revolutionary Diet, which is a 6 week diet, on my off days. I wanted to use this space as a check in and keep myself accountable. I just got back from my cruise on last Sunday and back from my GA vacation yesterday so I am officially starting the Shred Diet / Military Diet today. 


I am going to try my very best to do it everyday. But, I know I need to give myself a little wiggle room - I am committing myself to do it at least Sunday-Friday between both of these diets. Summer is here and I am go go go on the weekends but if I give myself a little leeway I think I am setting myself up for better success. I will be checking in every Thursday to let you all know how I am doing. 

Here is my schedule: Monday, Tuesday,Wednesday = Military Diet, Sunday, Thursday, Friday = Shred Diet and Saturday my DAY OFF.

Have any of you all tried this diet? If so, how did it work for you?


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13 comments :

  1. I am so gonna look into this diet. I wanted to try the military diet.. But couldn't see myself doing it! I am lacking motivation!

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    1. It took me a long time of looking at the military diet before I actually did it but now I am on my 3rd time and I love it! Good luck and let me know how it goes if you decide to do it!

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  2. Moving sent my eating straight to crap. I need a major kick in the butt.

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  3. I heard the military diet works really well! I have a post on my blog on ways you can stay fit even if you are super busy! I will post it below! http://crazybloggingbabe.blogspot.com/2015/06/how-to-stay-fit-for-busy-human.html

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    1. Thank you I will check it out! This is the 3rd time I have done it but the first time I will have done it with another diet and continuously so hopefully it works out!

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  4. Good luck with it! I find diets too hard to stick too...I just try to eat healthy and exercise a little bit every day. Even if I only have time for a ten minute power workout! :)

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  5. This is a great idea, Thank you for Sharing!!

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  6. Good luck with this!! I have a friend who did the super shred stuff for 4 weeks and she had great results!

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  7. I've been trying so many type of diets lately but none of them seem to be working for me. I'll have to look into this :)

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  8. I can't wait to hear more about it! When it comes to diets, I fully support taking days off. I eat as healthy as I can Sunday-Friday. But Friday night and Saturday I let go a little. If I don't do that, I just can't motivate myself to stick to a diet at all!

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  9. I just started The No Excuses Diet and so far I am loving it! Good luck!

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  10. Thanks for sharing. I haven't heard of either of these diets (I try just to eat clean) but am wanting to drop the last few lbs before I race in August so I'm going to check them out! Thanks

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