i do the INSANITY workout, and i was wondering if i would be sacrificing leangains/putting on bodyfat, if i was eating alot more food than usual on my rest day, because i feel like a bottomless pit on my rest days, by eating more i dont mean like junk food, i mean like more chicken, fruits, eggs, vegetables, etc
Everyone will work differently here, but think about what's happening on your rest days; your body is healing and building back up again, so it makes sense that you will want to eat a little more here. If you're sticking to good foods, I don't think you have anything to worry about. But do track your progress. If you find you're not leaning out like you want, then cut down a little on the fruit and up the fat a little. Try and fill yourself up. Give your body what it needs to recover so you can hit your workout the next day with everything you've got.
This may or may not help you, but when I get that "bottomless pit" feeling, I eat very high-volume foods that are low in calories. I can put away an entire head of lettuce with German mustard and a little bit of balsamic vinegar at one sitting, and still have room for a huge bowl of cucumber slices and some arugula. I use these things as binge substitute foods, but they might be helpful for you too because they really do make you feel very full without taking in a lot of calories.
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