Simple, But Effective
Again I would have to say, that this falls into the category of things that look easy but is probably really hard.
Three rounds for time of:
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For some people, this is porn:
It is hard to resist this treat that has on average about 2.5 blocks of carbs, 0.5 blocks of protein and 5 blocks of fat per serving. Most people eat four servings at one time.
Tip of the day: To rationalize your Ben & Jerry’s craving and make it Zone “friendly”, eat about 4 blocks of protein (28g), preferably in the form of a 4 oz. steak. Then split a pint with a friend. That will give you 5 blocks of carbs, 5 blocks of protein, 10 blocks of fat and many blocks of sweet satisfaction.
Read this article on Intermittent Fasting (IF) and read some of the interesting comments as well, then post your thoughts to comments.
Get the June 2007 issue of the CrossFit Journal for this article:
Lon Kilgore, “Physics, Physiology, and Food” – A practical look at the ins and outs of nutrition and the realities and requirements of dietary composition in the light of common-sense principles of physics and physiology. “Diet” is not just about weight or appearance; it’s the foundation of physical training. As Prof. Kilgore puts it, “Exercise is about adaptation. Nutrition is about the support of that adaptation.”