Take This To The Bank

If you’re on social media you might be familiar with the TBT hashtag – throw back Thursday – where people post old photos.

Well, rather than follow the crowd how’s WBW sound? Wind Back Wednesday?

Always thinking outside the square.

Anyway, I came across this today and realised that even though the video is just over 6 years old – I still use this way of explaining things today.

Cause it works and makes the whole ‘dieting’ thing less complicated.

This video explains the old body bank theory of mine.

Even though the link that goes with it doesn’t work anymore as that product is no longer available -the message is as relevant now as it was then.

Basically the body bank theory goes like this:

Treat your body like a bank account and not like a credit card.

If it’s your bank account you can only spend what you’ve saved up.

If its a credit card you can use that plastic and run up a massive debt if you’re not careful.

Same goes for your eating.

When you eat your cheat meals each week you’re making a withdrawal from the body bank.

If you eat more than you’ve saved up for you’re in debt.

Meaning you aren’t going to lose any weight.

Doesn’t get more simple than this.

Always pays to look at things a little differently sometimes.

Cheers,

Daniel

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