Ultimate Reset Review: Day 4
First of all, if you haven’t checked out my Ultimate Reset Review of day 3 yet, just click on the link. OK, so Day 4 was an interesting day for me. When I woke up, my hips were extremely achy, but my legs were a little better than they were the day before. I find it so odd that I am sore like I did an intense leg workout the day before, but I’m not working out at all and just doing the Ultimate Reset. Apparently I have a ton of toxins built up in my hips and legs that are being released, which is strange because I’ve never had any real bad injuries in those areas. Regardless, it’s sore and it’s tough to sit in certain positions for a long period of time. Melinda is experiencing the same aches as well, and we are hoping that they begin to go away within the next couple of days.
Also, the energy and focus that I was experiencing on Day 3 seemed to disappear by Day 4. I was spaced out again and very tired all throughout the day. I found it hard to focus on anything that I was doing, and was losing my train of thought quite often. I had my Team Next Level team call last night, and I was having a hard time remembering all the things that I wanted to talk about. I got done with the call and thought, “Crap, I forgot to talk about some of the main things I needed to talk about!”
The food was excellent once again, but I’m not going to lie, I’m really starting to miss eating meat and working out. We are at the point in the program where all meat is cut out, and we get most of our protein from other sources now like tempeh, quinoa, beans, nuts, and veggies. Yeah, I’m not used to that. I love my steak and chicken, but like I said, I’m completely surprised as to just how good the food is. A lot of new recipes and foods that I would have never have tried before like quinoa, and foods that I will start adding into my diet once I’m finished with the Ultimate Reset. I’m also surprised that I’m not starving when I go to sleep! Apparently I’m taking in enough calorie to keep me comfortable throughout the entire day.
Also, it’s so tough for me because I don’t think I have gone more than 4-5 days without working out for about 8 years, and I really miss being in the weight room and throwing around some weights. I’m going to tough it out, though, and not work out for the entire 21 days. After the Ultimate Reset I think I’m going to shift goals to gaining mass, and hope to start the new Body Beast program that is supposed to be coming out soon.
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