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E4A21 Day 14

Day 14: Refeed Day!!!

You’re going to REALLY like us for day 14.  Plus today marks your 2/3 through the challenge.  How have you been making out so far?


What is Refeed Day!

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So what is a reefed? Refeeds are a planned increase in caloric intake that lasts 8 – 12 hours and usually consists of a large increase in carbs.

Refeeds usually occur when dieting and are planned in order to provide a brief boost of morale as well as a number of physiological benefits. Basically if you’ve been doing what you’re supposed to do, you’re up for a treat today.

If you’ve been strictly following your E4A21 rules these past 13 days, you’ve got 12 hours today (yes IN A ROW) in which you can eat whatever you like on top of the protein and veggie requirements of the challenge. Yep, we said it, WHATEVER you like, as long as you’re still getting your protein and veggies in.

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  • To do Today:

    The next 21 days are about living by the rules that will put a serious jump start in your fat loss.  Does it work? Absolutely*! Of course that’s an asterisks (ref: Barry Bonds’ slugger record).  Why?  Because it DOESN’T work if YOU don’t.

    Step two is to review the E4A21 Rules below.  Study them. Ask questions.  Tomorrow is day 1 after which you are committed to these rules for the next 20 days.



Day 7 – OFF / Active Recovery


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Day 7

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Got Questions? Ask away…

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