Man gets ripped on intermittent fasting - in prison yo!

Posted by Scratch | September 30, 2018

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino is out of jail, and he has a new look thanks to a popular diet trend, an article on reports today. Mike, who wrapped up an eight-month sentence for tax evasion earlier this month, recently revealed on Instagram that he dropped 36 pounds, the article reports.

The story, written by Korin Miller, chronicles Mike’s success. He apparently told Entertainment Tonight that he did intermittent fasting while he was in jail, according to the article.

“I went to sleep every night at 10 p.m. I woke up every morning at 7 a.m. and did cardio for about an hour,” he said: “I was practicing intermittent fasting while I was in prison. My window of intermittent fasting was between 16 and 17 hours on the weekdays, and 18 and 19 hours on the weekends.”

The story recaps what Intermittent Fasting is all about.

As described in the article:Intermittent fasting revolves around a period of eating and fasting. People who follow an intermittent fasting diet usually don’t eat for a certain number of hours, or even days that are spaced out during the week, the article stated.

On the Football Fan’s Diet we do the Intermittent Fasting 20:40. This is 20 hours of fasting with a 4 hour eating window.

There are several types of intermittent fasting, but some of the most popular diets are the 16:8 diet, where you fast for 16 hours and eat normally for the other eight hours of the day, and the 5:2 diet, where you eat less than 500-600 calories a day for two non-consecutive days a week and eat normally for the rest of the time, the article stated.

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