I came across this blog post recently on the IF Life blog. First of all, I am not an intermittent faster by any means. But I would probably classify myself as a boring eater for many of my mid-week meals, especially for lunch. The Trader Joe’s 5-minute shopping approach described in this post perfectly describes … More The Advantages of Being a Boring Eater
So I tried something new before my race last Friday, and it worked in spades. Usually I try to balance hyrdation, caffeine, and food so that I am fueled, right on the cusp of an empty stomach at the starting line, don’t have excess water weight in my body, don’t have to run to the … More An unconventional pre-race meal?
I’d like to share some experience in managing my body weight from the last 18 months, and offer some thoughts for Crossfitters that you may not be aware of. I’ve found that historically (since about age 25), my ideal racing weight for rowing is about 196-198 lbs. Less than that and I lose strength, more … More Weight management – on and off the water