Well, if you suffer from S.D.S. (Summer Dropout Syndrome) then the answer is a definitive YES. I find people are generally trying to get all of they can from the short summer, which produces an unstable environment and leads to non-consistent workouts and a poor diet. I found that while I was a competitive bodybuilder, a stable environment was crucial for weight loss (I did not enjoy any of my summers…) So if you suffer from S.D.S. then take advantage of a new season approaching and draw up some new plans, get consistent and take advantage of the stability that fall will bring. We’ll tackle the dilemma of S.A.D. (seasonal affective disorder) next season!
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