Staying On Track During a Vacation ⠀ I still have 8 weeks left of my cut and I’ve given myself the goal to stay on track this trip. It’s honestly been quite hard to stay on track with my fat loss program during this trip. If you’ve been keeping up with my IG stories you’ll know I’ve been tracking my nutrition everyday despite the fact that I’ve been eating out for every meal. ⠀ It’s easy to stay consistent when you’re at home and have access to your own kitchen and ingredients. ⠀ On vacation you’re in an unfamiliar environment and the people you’re with are not on the same regime as you are, and probably think you’re strange cause they don’t understand why you’re doing it. ⠀ Additionally, it’s easy to say “screw it” and give up. I’ve caught myself thinking that a few times this trip already. But if I can do it so can you. - Think how good it’ll feel after the holiday knowing you did your best to stay on track. ⠀ ⭐️ The best advice I can give is to aim for consistency not perfection. When you’re on vacation you need to be more flexible. Some days will be easier to stay on track, and some will be almost impossible. If you’re on track 60-80% of the time, that’s amazing and enough to put you in a good position afterwards.⭐️ ⠀ Lastly, let the people around you know why you’re doing what you’re doing. It makes it less awkward and also keeps you accountable 👍 ⠀ On my story I asked if you guys would like to see a post about tracking your food while eating out and a lot of you wanted one. Once I’m back from this trip I promise to put one out 👊 For the mean time check out @theflexibledietinglifestyle ‘s YouTube channel for great tips. Been a huge fan of his content, and I’m sure you will too. ⠀ @kyle.coughlan kyle.fitness_ Kyle

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  • Staying On Track During a Vacation ⠀ I still have 8 weeks left of my cut and I’ve given myself the goal to stay on track this trip. It’s honestly been quite hard to stay on track with my fat loss program during this trip. If you’ve been keeping up with my IG stories you’ll know I’ve been tracking my nutrition everyday despite the fact that I’ve been eating out for every meal. ⠀ It’s easy to stay consistent when you’re at home and have access to your own kitchen and ingredients. ⠀ On vacation you’re in an unfamiliar environment and the people you’re with are not on the same regime as you are, and probably think you’re strange cause they don’t understand why you’re doing it. ⠀ Additionally, it’s easy to say “screw it” and give up. I’ve caught myself thinking that a few times this trip already. But if I can do it so can you. - Think how good it’ll feel after the holiday knowing you did your best to stay on track. ⠀ ⭐️ The best advice I can give is to aim for consistency not perfection. When you’re on vacation you need to be more flexible. Some days will be easier to stay on track, and some will be almost impossible. If you’re on track 60-80% of the time, that’s amazing and enough to put you in a good position afterwards.⭐️ ⠀ Lastly, let the people around you know why you’re doing what you’re doing. It makes it less awkward and also keeps you accountable 👍 ⠀ On my story I asked if you guys would like to see a post about tracking your food while eating out and a lot of you wanted one. Once I’m back from this trip I promise to put one out 👊 For the mean time check out @theflexibledietinglifestyle ‘s YouTube channel for great tips. Been a huge fan of his content, and I’m sure you will too. ⠀
    Kyle Staying On Track During a Vacation
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I still have 8 weeks left of my cut and I’ve given myself the goal to stay on track this trip. It’s honestly been quite hard to stay on track with my fat loss program during this trip. If you’ve been keeping up with my IG stories you’ll know I’ve been tracking my nutrition everyday despite the fact that I’ve been eating out for every meal.
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It’s easy to stay consistent when you’re at home and have access to your own kitchen and ingredients.
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On vacation you’re in an unfamiliar environment and the people you’re with are not on the same regime as you are, and probably think you’re strange cause they don’t understand why you’re doing it.
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Additionally, it’s easy to say “screw it” and give up. I’ve caught myself thinking that a few times this trip already. But if I can do it so can you. - Think how good it’ll feel after the holiday knowing you did your best to stay on track.
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⭐️ The best advice I can give is to aim for consistency not perfection. When you’re on vacation you need to be more flexible. Some days will be easier to stay on track, and some will be almost impossible. If you’re on track 60-80% of the time, that’s amazing and enough to put you in a good position afterwards.⭐️
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Lastly, let the people around you know why you’re doing what you’re doing. It makes it less awkward and also keeps you accountable 👍
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On my story I asked if you guys would like to see a post about tracking your food while eating out and a lot of you wanted one. Once I’m back from this trip I promise to put one out 👊 For the mean time check out @theflexibledietinglifestyle ‘s YouTube channel for great tips. Been a huge fan of his content, and I’m sure you will too.
⠀Kyle Staying On Track During a Vacation
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I still have 8 weeks left of my cut and I’ve given myself the goal to stay on track this trip. It’s honestly been quite hard to stay on track with my fat loss program during this trip. If you’ve been keeping up with my IG stories you’ll know I’ve been tracking my nutrition everyday despite the fact that I’ve been eating out for every meal.
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It’s easy to stay consistent when you’re at home and have access to your own kitchen and ingredients.
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On vacation you’re in an unfamiliar environment and the people you’re with are not on the same regime as you are, and probably think you’re strange cause they don’t understand why you’re doing it.
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Additionally, it’s easy to say “screw it” and give up. I’ve caught myself thinking that a few times this trip already. But if I can do it so can you. - Think how good it’ll feel after the holiday knowing you did your best to stay on track.
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⭐️ The best advice I can give is to aim for consistency not perfection. When you’re on vacation you need to be more flexible. Some days will be easier to stay on track, and some will be almost impossible. If you’re on track 60-80% of the time, that’s amazing and enough to put you in a good position afterwards.⭐️
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Lastly, let the people around you know why you’re doing what you’re doing. It makes it less awkward and also keeps you accountable 👍
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On my story I asked if you guys would like to see a post about tracking your food while eating out and a lot of you wanted one. Once I’m back from this trip I promise to put one out 👊 For the mean time check out @theflexibledietinglifestyle ‘s YouTube channel for great tips. Been a huge fan of his content, and I’m sure you will too.
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    Staying On Track During a Vacation

    I still have 8 weeks left of my cut and I’ve given myself the goal to stay on track this trip. It’s honestly been quite hard to stay on track with my fat loss program during this trip. If you’ve been keeping up with my IG stories you’ll know I’ve been tracking my nutrition everyday despite the fact that I’ve been eating out for every meal.

    It’s easy to stay consistent when you’re at home and have access to your own kitchen and ingredients.

    On vacation you’re in an unfamiliar environment and the people you’re with are not on the same regime as you are, and probably think you’re strange cause they don’t understand why you’re doing it.

    Additionally, it’s easy to say “screw it” and give up. I’ve caught myself thinking that a few times this trip already. But if I can do it so can you. - Think how good it’ll feel after the holiday knowing you did your best to stay on track.

    ⭐️ The best advice I can give is to aim for consistency not perfection. When you’re on vacation you need to be more flexible. Some days will be easier to stay on track, and some will be almost impossible. If you’re on track 60-80% of the time, that’s amazing and enough to put you in a good position afterwards.⭐️

    Lastly, let the people around you know why you’re doing what you’re doing. It makes it less awkward and also keeps you accountable 👍

    On my story I asked if you guys would like to see a post about tracking your food while eating out and a lot of you wanted one. Once I’m back from this trip I promise to put one out 👊 For the mean time check out @theflexibledietinglifestyle ‘s YouTube channel for great tips. Been a huge fan of his content, and I’m sure you will too.

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caliente330 - Carla Appel 2 weeks ago

Wish I saw this bf My FLORIDA Trip lol gained five back of the 15 # lost. But You are right it is much easier at home! I have other battles with my health that has hurt my consistency with my workouts!♥️🍎 Not gg to give up.... not in my vocabulary anymore!🙏

mrsportofficial - Mr. Sport (Yiannis) 2 weeks ago

Solid tips there Kyle 👌🏼 I tend to let my hair down when on holiday. Enjoy some of the local food but with a little focus on still getting enough protein in daily 🙏🏼

alexal22 - Alexandros Alamanos 2 weeks ago

💪💪💪Great work @kyle.coughlan you inspire us and you are giving us strength not to binge every time our mind is trying to push us to eat even though we are not hungry. Your body is in great shape.