musculArgirl2 wrote:i really like exercsising in the morning when i do it. I think its a great way to start your day off and get some exercising out of the way if you have time and get it done especially right now when it gets light out so early!
Thanks for the pm. shape magazine had an article about cross fit today on facebook. They had some pics of some of the advanced girls they looked really fit! How long have you been doing crossfit?
Boss Man wrote:Obviously though, working out first thing should ideally be done after a feed, or muscle could be burned, plus it's been shown exercise on empty, encourages dizzy spells, inability to finish workouts and in one case a seizure.
Boss Man wrote:It makes no sense to me to do bloodsugar lowering things, when bloodsugar is already low. The thought of that just confuses me, in regards to why anyone would do it, or espouse it as a fat loss theory, but that's just me and not a slight against anyone who does exercise on empty .
Boss Man wrote:What you're doing as I stated above should be fine though, so if you feel that's working best for you, stick with it .
That's what makes you stronger....learning how to push thru the parts that are uncomfortable and hard. Good job!!!!Athene wrote:WOD - 5 rounds for time: 500 m row + 400 m run (That's my most hated kind of workout ever. I get so uncomfortable and irritable... ugh! I didn't stop though, not once on the runs and not once on the rowing, which was the most difficult part)
8:00 AM - postWOD whey shake, 5 strawberries
1:00 PM - 1 chicken breast, 2.5 cups steamed broccoli, 8 kalamata olives
4:30 PM - 1.5 cups natural coconut water
6:00 PM - 1 hamburger patty, 1 slice swiss cheese, 1 baked sweet potato, 4 cups green salad
8:00 PM - 1 cup black coffee, 2 tbsp almond butter
I like this! This is actually something I think I could do (well, except for the olives....bleh! ) And I would replace the coffee with green tea - just cause I don't like coffee but definately a good schedule and eating plan.
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