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Focus T25 Nutrition Plan

Focus T25 Nutrition PlanThe Focus T25 Nutrition Plan is probably one of the most condensed nutrition plans I have ever seen. When you compare it to some others like the P90X Nutrition Plan or the Insanity Nutrition Plan, you are going to be pleasently surprised at how simple they keep things. One of the philosophies that I have always had with nutrition is that, if you keep nutrition simple…more people will be successful with it. The Focus T25 Nutrition Plan nailed it! One of the reasons I developed the Nutrition Zone was to help simplify nutrition for you guys (by the way, let me know if the Nutrition Zone is a helpful resource for you – just comment below. thanks!!!)

But lets get right into showing just how simple the Focus T25 Nutrition Plan really is!

 

Overview Of The Focus T25 Nutrition Plan

Focus T25 is really focused on a broader audience than something like Insanity or Body Beast, so its only appropriate that the nutrition side of it be appealing to a more broad audience as well. The philosophy behind the Focus T25 Nutrition Plan is this:

“It’s simple. Eat smaller portions, 5 times a day.”

Eating every few hours has been proven to regulate blood sugar levels which prevents those crazy binge cravings and that up and down energy roller coaster. It has also been shown to improve your metabolism! The T25 diet recommends eating breakfast, lunch, dinner, and two snacks every day.

The 4-Step Calorie Quiz

In the T25 Nutrition Guide you are shown what they are calling a “4-step calorie quiz” to figure out if you should be eating 1,200 calories or 1,600 calories per day. This is where the simplicity comes in. They only give you two calorie intake options and 4 questions to determine which calorie intake you will use. This doesn’t really work for the person who is trying to maintain their fitness results and need upwards of 2500 calories per day to do so. If you are not trying to lose fat, then I recommend following a maintenance diet based on the P90X nutrition plan. But the 4-step calorie quiz is an awesome way to very quickly (and college-level-math free way) of determining how many calories per day you should be eating to lose fat.

 FOCUS T25 4-STEP CALORIE QUIZ

 

Calories Per Meal

The simpleness continues where the Focus T25 Nutrition Plan breaks down your calories per meal for you! These are based on estimates depending on your target calories for the day and the recipes which you will find in the T25 Nutrition Guide when you order Focus T25 are designed to work with both the 1,2oo and 1,600 calorie intake levels.

Here is how the “calories per meal” breaks down for each intake level:

T25 Nutrition Plan

 

Conclusions On The T25 Meal Plan

The Focus T25 Nutrition Plan is perfect for someone who is just beginning their fitness journey and wants to get great results. Its simple, easy to follow, and literally anyone can understand it. Where I see the T25 Nutrition Plan falling short is for people who want to get extreme results…In order to do that, you have to be precise with your nutrition! You have to track every gram of proteins, carbs, and fats and be sure your macronutrient ratio is in line with your goal. If you haven’t done so yet, be sure you check out the Nutrition Zone where I walk you through how to do all these things step-by-step! Otherwise, this Focus T25 Nutrition Plan will suit most fitness goers goals!

FOCUS…AND DIG DEEPER!

Coach Todd

PS – what it all comes down to is commitment. If getting the results that have eluded you for so long is important to you…then you will do WHATEVER IT TAKES to make sure you dont fail!

…This is EXACTLY WHAT I TEACH in my 5 day FREE Bootcamp: How to prevent failure, and my exact step-by-step method that I used to lose that 60lbs and get in the best shape of my life!

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14 comments
appleluv
appleluv

I know I may be asking way too much for a workout program. I want this program, but can you get ripped doing this workout? My gym days are over and I don't have time to workout for 1 hour. That sounds lazy, but I leave my house when it's dark and come when it's dark. Give me some truth be for I spend over a $100.

newyorksandy
newyorksandy

I've been looking for a workout that have results. I've looked into insanity and reviewed it on line. What I noticed that a lot of people got results, but also after effects such as shin splints, bad joint pain and back problems. Definitely not what I'm looking for.

I'm not in the best shape. I am overweight. I can't do one full push up. I can do a modified one but not on my toes. So for me I need a workout that is doable. I know it takes time, energy, and will to see results, but modifications in a workout routine that will help me conquer my goals is very important.

As for the nutrition guide. Is the T25 difficult to follow? Meaning does it make me buy stuff I've never heard of a create meals that are a bit difficult to prepare? Or is it something easy to follow?

These are some questions I have because its quite an investment at least for me.

jasmin316
jasmin316

Hi Todd, I was wondering which is the best time to workout morning before breakfast or evening? Do I have to strictly following 1,600 calorie day during the weekend involves one or two glasses of wine?

bryan244
bryan244

Hello todd I was wonder if you thought the calorie levels are safe/good for extreme results? I was thinking about doing a 40/40/20 plan. The nutrition guide says I should eat 1600 calories. I am planning on starting on Monday, I did do 80 percent of Insanity but I was graduating from high school at the time so my schedule conflicted with my workouts. I went from 186 to 169, so hopefully I can lose the remaining fat with T25. I don't take supplements or shakeology, because I am saving for college etc. My goal was 165, but I might hit that soon so I might make my goal 155. I am also 5' 7" so I am not a tall guy, in the beginning of my fitness journey I weighed 196. I am hoping you could give me advice to lose the extra bit of fat, especially love handles lol. 

mkv1091
mkv1091

Could i use the same diet plan as in p90x, the fat shredder (ex: 50/30/20 for macro nutrients) for focus t25? I plan on doing around 2000 calories with this program. I just order the program, but plan on going to the store before it comes in. Since i am short on time with work, travel, and family, i wanted to buy in bulk since i am going to sams club thats across town. Of course it going to differ a little, but i am talking about things such as: eggs, tuna, salmon, etc. I dont have the nutrition guide yet, so i dont know how much it differs form p90x and insanity (both which i have completed). I will also be eating fruits and veggies, which i buy at the local farmers market and not in bulk. Thanks.

wenzel t
wenzel t

Thanks for the sneak peak! looking forward to mine  arriving and checking it out. I'm not sure if I'll do the program in it's entirety right away, I really do want to lean down & tone but I'm still really concerned the trade off will be losing too much muscle I've been working so hard on building. 

Still, it's GREAT to have some variety, I can pretty much recite the Insanity dialog word for work at this point.. haha

bregriffith
bregriffith

@newyorksandy I'm way outta shape (5 kids later), I started the T25 and its not that bad. No push up so far. I follow the modifier, which makes it way easier. But you still get a good workout. Honestly,after the first day of any work out video, I'm usally so sore, that I have to wait 2 or 3 days later before trying again and most of the time I cant even make it through whole video. But I've done it everyday all the way through for the past week, which is huge for me. And once I feel like I'm gonna fall out I look and theres only 10 minutes left which in encouraging.

coachtodd
coachtodd

@newyorksandy Oh totally sandy! It is definitely an investment in your health, time, effort...well worth it though. I have a sample diet plan of my P90X nutrition that really help people understand what "types" of food they will be buying. Check out "my 1900 calorie diet" under the "nutrition zone" tab up above. Also, the T25 nutrition guide never has you use more than 5 ingredients I believe...So long as you stick to lean meats, fruits, veggies and complex carbohydrates...you will be just fine! Are you working with a coach at all to guide you through all this stuff?

coachtodd
coachtodd

@jasmin316 I personally prefer the morning because it really sets the pace for the rest of the day and gives me a ton of energy! There really is no physiological "best time" to workout though. The BEST time to workout is when you can do it consistently! If thats the morning, DO IT...if thats in the evening...DO IT! I dont think that one or two glasses of wine would hurt your diet, but just be sure to log it into myfitnesspal the morning you know you will be drinking it, that way you can account for it without going over!

jasmin316
jasmin316

P.S I will start my new Focus t25 workout on Monday.


coachtodd
coachtodd

@bryan244 They are safe, but if you find that you are lacking energy (not as a result of sleep deprivation), then I would recommend bumping up the calorie intake by 200 cals or so. I would recommend doing a fat shredder ratio of 50/30/20 if you are over 10% body fat, then once you get down to 10%, switch to the 40/40/20. This will speed up your fat loss! Did this help???

coachtodd
coachtodd

@mkv1091 you can absolutely do a P90X fat shredder diet! I actually recommend following the fat shredder principles with T25 if you are looking to lean out! How is the nutrition planning coming along bud?

coachtodd
coachtodd

@wenzel t I know what you mean Wenzel! I know exactly what ST is going to say so I anticipate getting motivated before he says anything, lol.

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