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    Povilasx3
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    Hello. I wanted to discuss with you guys situations about client’s who were dieting for prolonged time. I am talking about situation’s where they gaining fat over the years eating way too much or not eating all day and in evening they consume lot of calories with snacks, junk food etc in one sitting..  And one day they decide to jump on a diet and starting to eat way less calories when they should like more starvation mode. and during that time they say that they don’t feel that hungry to hit they’re caloric needs. So basically with that kind of client’s i am giving them a nutrition plan with maximum caloric restriction possible and they’re saying it’s way too much food for them and they don’t feel hungry to eat that much food. I have an opinion that it’s because they metabolosim is so slow due to prolonged low calories dieting, being less active and not hitting they’re macros at all.. So basically for most of them if they follow my nutrition plan and consume all calories, macros which whey need and ofcourse not skipping gym sessions with me later they’re  starting to feel hungry again and it’s not that hard anymore to hit they’re caloric needs because they’re metabolosim is now faster and they’re starting to loose fat. So the problem is that i cannot give a client hard strength/ hypertrophy training sessions because they’re eating way too little to able promote good recovery. What’s your strategies about these type of client’s? Do you give a nutrition plan and saying to hit these calories no matter they’re hungry or not or focusing on their gut and factors such as to teach client eat in more parasympathetic/ calm state, spending much more time chewing  they’re food for better digestion and gut health and overtime gradually increasing they’re calories when they feel more hungry to hit they’re caloric/ macros need’s? Most of coache’s talking about that calorie deficit is most important thing but what about these situations?

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    #20634
    coachjasonredmond
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    In my experience, the clients that tend to say it’s too much food and/or seem to have a very slow metabolism are more than likely misreporting their intake. Have them take photos of everything they eat alongside their food journals and really make sure that there’s no errors on their end. This can be a painfully slow process for some people to learn how to do properly.

    Be patient, helpful & understanding. Good luck!

    @jasonredmondpt

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    Joe
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    Hello. I wanted to discuss with you guys situations about client’s who were dieting for prolonged . I am talking about situation’s where they gaining fat over the years eating way too much or not eating all day and in evening they consume lot of calories with snacks, junk food etc in one sitting..  And one day they decide to jump on a diet and starting to eat way less calories when they should like more starvation mode. and during that they say that they don’t feel that hungry to hit they’re caloric needs. So basically with that kind of client’s i am giving them a nutrition plan with maximum caloric restriction possible and they’re saying it’s way too much food for them and they don’t feel hungry to eat that much food. I have an opinion that it’s because they metabolosim is so slow due to prolonged low calories dieting, being less active and not hitting they’re macros at all.. So basically for most of them if they follow my nutrition plan and consume all calories, macros which whey need and ofcourse not skipping gym sessions with me later they’re  starting to feel hungry again and it’s not that hard anymore to hit they’re caloric needs because they’re metabolosim is now faster and they’re starting to loose fat. So the problem is that i cannot give a client hard strength/ hypertrophy training sessions because they’re eating way too little to able promote good recovery. What’s your strategies about these type of client’s? Do you give a nutrition plan and saying to hit these calories no matter they’re hungry or not or focusing on their gut and factors such as to teach client eat in more parasymetic/ calm state, spending much more chewing  they’re food for better digestion and gut health and over gradually increasing they’re calories when they feel more hungry to hit they’re caloric/ macros need’s? Most of coache’s talking about that calorie deficit is most important thing but what about these situations?

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    Povilasx3
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    This is awesome replay! This voice message seem’s like one on one talking personally like i took it very attentionly listening. Thank you coach!

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