Are you maximizing your results on this nutrition challenge? We have 2 weeks left, read the tips below and see where you can add some extra effort:
1. Keep food simple: Studies show that eating simple foods results in eating less. So stick to a protein-meat, carb-veggies, and fat at each meal.
2. Eat enough: Dieting should not be about starving yourself. Decreasing your caloric intake by too much can result in slowing down your metabolism! We don't want that! Eat enough to satisfy your hunger without overdoing it.
3. Keep a food journal: We keep on one the blog every day when we post! Having the discipline to write down what you eat each day makes you more aware of what you are putting into your mouth. If you know you have to write it down and then post it, chances are you might rethink that donut!
4. Move throughout the day: Working out for 1 hour each day is awesome! But sitting all day at a desk or in the car on the commute to work is not helping! Try to make a habit of moving more throughout the day. Here are some tips!
5. Do it with others: Making lifestyle changes are hard! Being on a team of likeminded individuals with similar goals gives you a support group! Everyone wants to see you succeed and you will feel accountable to your teammates! That's why nutrition challenges are so fun!
6. Address other aspects of your life: Sleep deprivation can make us hungry and stress hormones can cause us to overeat! Are you getting your zzz's and managing stress as best as you can?
For time: (30 min cap)
50/35/20 Box jumps 24/20 (16/12)
50/35/20 Jumping pull ups
50/35/20 KBS 53/35 RX+, 35/26 RX (35/26, 18)
50/35/20 Walking lunge
50/35/20 Knees to elbows (KTC, KTW)
50/35/20 Push press 45/33 (L2 same wt, L1 33/15)
50/35/20 Back ext/supermans
50/35/20 Wall ball 20/14 (14/8, 8/6)
50/35/20 Double unders (singles x3)
Choose to do this wod either RX, L2, or L1.
Compare to October 13, 2015
Min 0-2: calf stretch right
Min 2-4: calf stretch left
Min 4-5 box shoulder stretch