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Destination Abs Redux: Day 10


Are we back? Yes, we’re back.

It has been a long time since I have done a Destination Abs update. Too long. Some have even e-mailed me to ask me what the hell was going on with this project Leigh and I set out on 9 or so months ago. Well, I took some time off from counting calories and worrying about every single calorie I consumed. It seemed like it was much needed, but after regressing a bit, and putting on some more muscle, Leigh and I think it is time to rev up the engines again for one more 16-20 week journey to reach our Destination.

If you want to do what I am doing you should check out the OPT program that is in The Fat Loss Troubleshoot.

10 Days down, still going strong. I know I am locked in when I get past the first Saturday, a day that I psychologically schedule my cheat DAY (cheat meals OK, cheat days…not so much). I survived thanks to some cans of diet orange soda and sugar free gum. My stomach and intestines did not like all that artificial sweetener…

The first week really is the hardest because your body gets used to things, especially the pleasure it gets from eating pizza, cookies, and ice cream. It takes some serious will power and control to get past that first brick wall. I recommend you have some seltzer, diet soda, and gum on hand to preemptively strike on the want for something sweet and calorie dense.

For training I put together a three day a week full body program with some extra bells and whistles for maximum fat-loss.

Now, without further ado, here are the pictures.

From Day 1 to now


Redux Day 1-Day 7



Questions Anyone?

That wraps it up for this week’s blog, let me know if you guys have any questions in the comments section and I will do my best to answer them.

If you are liking what you see here and want to jump in as well check out Leigh’s book The Fat Loss Troubleshoot and her new book Body By Eats.



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6 Responses

  1. Chris says:

    Good start Kev, keep kickin ass!!

  2. Lynda says:

    Hey Kevin, looking good! Care to share your workout with us?

  3. Emma says:

    Great results in just a week- well done!

    I think that taking a break was a great idea, both psychologically and physically as once you get back on track you get newbie effects!

  4. Amy says:

    Wow! Major progress. Stay strong!

  5. BJ says:

    Great progress, just out of curiosity, what was your starting weight? and what is it now?

  6. Brendan says:

    Nice Work Kevin! What was your beginning waist size and where are you now?