So I had a few more questions after yesterday’s post. The above is a picture of my “second breakfast” right around 10:30am yesterday. A Bacon-Avocado Omelet with breakfast potatoes. And lots of ketchup. And two cups of coffee. Oh yeah, and an orange slice.
Definitely not a “Paleo” meal. I have no idea where the eggs and bacon came from, there’s a lot of (heavily processed) cheese on it, the avocado probably isn’t organic, and they definitely weren’t sweet potatoes. The ketchup, by the way, had high-fructose corn syrup in it.
Am I taking years off my life? Probably. But I’m willing to trade the years #85-89 for a spot at the Games in 2013. It’s the choice I’ve made.
Like I said yesterday, for people who are still trying to lose body fat, test a better blood panel, or just be healthier in general…Paleo is going to do it for you.
But for the people who are training 8-12 sessions per week and don’t have a body composition issue, then we are going to have to step outside the “Paleo-box” and find some calories to fuel the activity.
Again, if you have questions, post them to the blog or ask a coach at the gym! We are here to HELP YOU get results!
10/5/2012 – competitor rest day:
pendlay rows with a 1 second pause at the top
4 x 6 @ 80%
amrap 20 minutes:
8 kb swings – 2pd/1.5pd
db chinese row