Into every training program a few hiccups will pop up.
This latest hiccup in my life was called Hurricane Irma. Avoiding the storm and all the stress that went with it threw my regular pretty-good nutrition and also my regular workout routine completely off. We were in Fort Walton beach and it seems to me that they fry a lot of food there. At one point my daughter ordered a pb&j sandwich and it arrived deep-fried.
Luckily for me I’ve been through this before. I call this process of getting my diet back onto a regular normal track my reboot and it’s something I’ve personally done over and over throughout the years.
Now let’s be serious – this reboot is not anything horribly dramatic or complicated. This is me we’re talking about after all and I’m all about living the fun life and not about deprivation. Any diet plan that starts with removing the creme from my daily coffee gets summarily rejected. Nobody messes with my coffee. Lol.
This is a series of simple steps that I actually use to get myself back on track after my diet has been derailed. I’ve done this after holidays, after post-Ironman binges, after vacations.
I used the downtime on the drive back from the panhandle after hurricane Irma to write down the steps of my personal reboot plan. Then I went ahead and put it all into a sequence for you or anybody who might like a simple roadmap that helps to get your eating back under control. This is not a diet. It’s not a restriction or elimination plan, it’s not a meal plan. It’s 5 days of simple, common-sense tips to add real food back into your life without a lot of hassle.
You can check it out here.
If you do check it out please let me know what you think.