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Learn how to lose weight for cycling the right way through understanding and implementing the concept of calorie density in your diet. Not only is this method of weight loss extremely health but it can also help boost your recovery. Be sure to like and subscribe!

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  1. awesome info sir. I've recently lost weight by replacing a lunch meal with a 500 calorie shake. The other meals I focus on basic food like meat or eggs with lots of veggies. Lots of veggies seems to be the biggest thing, along with cutting processed carbohydrates later in the day.

  2. I lose weight every winter, have to do it then when my mileage and training load is less. I find it key to have a small calorie deficit, do it Monday to Friday, then ease of Saturday and Sunday. Also NO alcohol, it’s empty calories. I’m 56 and back to same weight as I was 18.

  3. good vids with some decent science to back up claims. All in all a nice change for YouTube! Some funky pronounciation of some terms though… might want to google those words phonetically 🙂

  4. I try to plan my meals around the vegetables for the day and then add the protein, fat, and carbs. I have lost over 15 pounds in the last several months. Load up on veggies. Brussel sprouts, broccoli, spinach, carrots, sugar snaps, sweet potatoes, and lettuce on sandwiches. My nemesis is mayo. Great video. I need to snack more on berries rather than chocolate.

  5. Great content! Waiting for this subject while discoverin' Dylan's yt channel and here it goes!!
    So ok for the food part of weight loss journey but what about cycling? Is it more efficient To do long rides low power or go To quick rides with power intervals? or even wathever! Keep goin' on those vids!!!

  6. I have been snacking on arugula, kale, and spinach salads with a sliced up orange and a small handful of chopped walnuts. I add drizzle of avocado or olive oil and balsamic vinegar and a shot of garlic spices. It tastes great and curbs cravings.

  7. Mate, I do think that in a few months you have probably already become the best cycling channel on youtube 🙂 I really appreciate the fact you actually quote the studies you mention. I have already benefited from some good readings so please keep it up!!
    I also like the fact that you did not present this video as a "go vegan" predication but rather just highlighted the indisputable benefits of eating MORE fruit and veg for the calories density / antioxidant properties of them.
    Finally, you made me laugh when you said "but I am a monstre athlete that ones took the sprint when the fit guys where on a recovery ride".. Taking cycling (and ourselves) not too seriously, I believe, is key to the psychological side of success 🙂
    Top top top video!!

  8. It’s an everyday struggle for a cyclist to maintain perfect w/kg ratio for best performance! Many cyclists say the easiest way is by holding to a macro ratio of 70:15:15 (carbs:protein:fat)!! Please share your thoughts on this and thank you for the great content!!

  9. How can cyclists determine what weight they should aim for? Can a cyclist diet too aggressively, causing poor performance? I imagine there is a fine line between dieting to reduce fat and overdoing it and reducing muscle mass/strength.

  10. There’s a secret to weight loss? I lost almost 30% of my current weight with hardly any exercise and just adapted my amount I ate per day. No clean eating or any BS or any science 😲

  11. Always a battle of the bulge – worse with age. sometimes the simplest things are the right things simply "eat your veggies" The salads are always my secret to weight loss – typically grab a big bowl, a huge handful of mixed greens (the good kind, not just straight up iceberg junk) salsa, and 4-5 other vegetables that alternate the flavor and cut everything up into smaller sizes – even the greens. Whole Foods and other supermarkets have better salad dressings these days – not some "Weight Watchers" B.S. – if you go creamy, go yogurt creamy – much lower in calorie ( typically just try to avoid altogether). Seems like each conversation we have turns into a video – or maybe these are the same conversations you're having with all your older clients. Great reminder. most of this stuff people generally know – we just need to get back on track. Thanks again. Great video (as usual)

  12. Nice video. My everyday snack food that I bring to work is carrots. I buy the five pound bag of organic carrots and peel up a bunch every few days. I discovered your channel last night. And today I met up with my young friend that I sometimes train with but had not seen in months, and one of the first things I mentioned was if he knew a guy named Dylan Johnson from NUE racing. Apparently he just started working with you.

  13. Sounds great and delicious. It will work wonders for many. But… having a salad or large amount of veggies with every meal would make me literally explode. Too much fructose. Too much fiber. Too much gases. Frustrating but that's how it is. It is also not viable option when doing 4000+ kcal days including training/work energy expenditure.

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