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“Did Someone say Donuts?”
HOW DONUTS GAVE ME ABS, & AN 80KG SNATCH
I have been meaning to write this post for a while now and just simply haven’t gotten around to it. Lately, I have been getting a ton of inquiries about how/what I eat and how I was able to transform my body and performance because of it. If you have been following me for more than about two or three months, you have noticed the changes that my body has went through – at least physically. Maybe you have, or maybe you haven’t noticed, but those physical changes are directly correlated with changes in my performance as well. While being more than 10lbs. lighter since switching eating plans I have made some serious gains in the gym.
Since regionals, I have revamped my diet and the way I look at food. until then, I guess you could say I was the classic crossfitter – I would eat “clean” (or paleo) for 6 days out of the week and on one day I would eat whatever I wanted, which was usually anything in sight. This is what I understood to be how an athlete was suppose to eat – simply because Paleo is the be all end all in the crossfit community and I thought that was what I had to be doing. What I didn’t realize was how little carbohydrates I was eating (really only sweet potatoes and fruit) and how much fat (avocados, nuts) I was eating. This is almost inevitable on a Paleo diet because it leaves you with a limited amount of carbohydrate dense foods and a ton of foods that are filled with fat. This works for some people, and I am not knocking it. I just found that personally, my body did not respond well physically, nor feel great eating this way. Before I go any further, let me explain that I was 100% pro-paleo when I was first introduced to it. I found it made me feel cleaner, healthier, and I had a new-found respect for keeping nutrient dense foods in my diet. I lost a ton of weight when I first started eating that way. In fact, when people walk into the gym and are overweight I still point them in the Paleo direction because I feel it is a great way to begin to understand food and the importance of consuming a diet that is based around protein and vegetable consumption. However, as I started exercising more vigorously, doing two a day sessions, and incorporating high volume into my training program – I became hungrier. I was still trying so hard to follow this Paleo way of eating that I was consuming an incredible amount of food to do so. In addition to the large number of protein I was consuming each day; an avocado or two in a day, handfuls of nuts, tons of bacon and eggs, all the fruit and sweet potatoes I could get my hands on was a typical day of eating. Still, I never felt like I had a great amount of energy and physically – although I was getting stronger and more muscular, I was somewhat soft and fluffy. Continue reading here.
- 800m Run
- 28KBS (70/53)
- 28 Pull-ups (C2B)
- 28 KB C&J (70/53) video demo
- 28 Pull-ups (C2B)
- 800m Run