People ask me all the time what I eat.
And when I tell them, they say that they couldn’t possibly eat that much.
That what I eat isn’t possible for “normal” people.
This was lunch today. (4 Egg omelette with Cottage Cheese and 4 cups of veggies)
You know what, they are probably right.
Most “normal” people probably couldn’t eat as much as I do in one sitting and nor could I 5 years ago.
No one, lest of all me, expects anyone to eat the same volume of food as I do when you are at the start of your journey. It’s just not possible – physically or psychologically.
Physically – your body isn’t used to having that volume of food & you'll feel full very quickly .
Psychologically – that much food? But I’ll get fat. FEAR OF FOOD - any food.
I was like that too. Afraid that if I ate big meals that I’d get fat. But after 5 years of slowly increasing my meal sizes I can 100% categorically tell you that they don’t make you fat!
I have a similar experience when people ask what “things” I’ve done with my training. I’ve played many a game of netball and run in 5km up to a Marathon. As soon as I mention the Marathon people say “Oh I don’t want to run a Marathon”. I don’t recall you saying that you did and nor did I suggest that you should. It was something that I, me, myself I wanted to do before I turned 40. Running a marathon is not for everyone.
Eating meals the size that I do is no different to being able to run a marathon,
or ANY other training goal you have.
You plan for it and you "train" for it!
Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you Can.
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