Have you ever heard of the Velocity Diet??
That’s ok because Mr. Travel Fitness is here to break the diet down for you.
The Velocity Diet was created to help weightlifters finally see their six packs in a short amount of time.
The diet was designed to have people drink 4-5 protein shakes a day with one solid meal at the end of your week.
Over time, the simple concept has evolved into a more sustainable approach.
The current version of the diet requires dieters to:
- Drink 4 high quality protein shakes a day
- Drink 1 workout drink (on workout days only)
- Eat 1 healthy small meal (HSM) a day.
The idea of drinking all the protein shakes is to ensure that you will get all the quality ingredients your body needs while significantly reducing your calories for 28 days.
In addition to the meal plan, The Velocity Diet comes with a 4 day workout plan that’s designed to help you burn calories while maintaining your lean muscle.
Many weightlifters have attempted The Velocity Diet over the past decade. The ones that last the full 28 Days, typically report excellent results.
So the big question is, should the frequent traveler attempt the Velocity Diet?
Nothing but protein shakes on a trip sounds like the dream scenario compared to the fast food that most travelers are forced to eat.
In this video, MicVinny breaks down his own experience with the 28 Day Velocity Diet and whether or not travelers should attempt the Velocity Diet.
Velocity Diet Video Highlights
- The old Velocity diet vs. the newer version
- Supplements needed to do The Velocity Diet
- Learn how to build good eating habits
- It’s more than just protein shakes that gets results
- My first Velocity Diet attempt while traveling
- What to expect on your first couple of days on the v-diet
- The realistic results you should expect
- Who should/shouldn’t try this diet
- How I feel about the Biotest’s periworkout drink Plazma