As we approach the end of the 6 week programme it's important to have a picture of how you can manage your nutrition moving forward.
In the short term you can continue to push out this fat loss phase for another 6 weeks to really squeeze out as much progress as possible.
Beyond that it's important that you may away from fat loss. It's easy to get stuck in a loop of trying to track a few things here and there, yet overeat on other days and feel guilty about it. You don't make any progress on the scales and your relationship with food and your body suffers.
We need to be conscious of this and do our best to avoid it. I obviously hope you reach your fat loss and body goals working with me, but one of my biggest hopes is that you enjoy your food every day. It is 100% possible to eat a good blend of mostly healthy, nutrient dense meals you love, with a little bit of room for nicer things, and to reach your goals in the long term.
It's important to note everyone is different. Different starting point, different goals, different amount of time and effort they can commit to a programme. Working closely with your coach is how you narrow the parameters. Let's take a look at how to manage your nutrition long term.