For those who’ve been on the Intermittent Fasting bandwagon and are trying figure out how to incorporate your workouts during your fasting state in order to better maximize its benefits in terms of weight-loss, then read further on.
#1. Commitment to Change
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In the world of weight loss diets, intermittent fasting is my best bet.
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