(nutrition) (http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090417151241AAH64st) Can you go longer than 3 days between carb-consuming meals before losing muscle…
–> Sugar is an essential part of our diet, but like any type of food it can be over-consumed without any positive results at all, except for possible cavities. When considering sugar’s nutritional value, however, one needs to bear in mind that the substance has only calories and no nutrients whatsoever; therefore can make quite a healthy snack or treat if splashed on top of some yogurt or homemade ice cream! –> Sugar is an essential part of our diet, but like any type of food it can be over-consumed without any positive results at all…
–> I’ve heard people tell me I am not supposed to do cardio on an empty stomach because that will cause my body to use fat for energy instead of carbs which then leads to unusuall hunger cravings….
–> Since few people here on WC actually know proper nutrition maybe some one could explain why this statement is BS? Some times there are simply too many great variables involved with exercise and dieting for us mere mortals mayselfs so would love some advice or perspective since i read thru this post alot trying to find the best way to get my ass in jammies monday morning! 😀 😀 😀 – oh yeah BFS 50
What Equipment Do I Need For A Home Crossfit Gym?
Below are the list of the most important equipment for a home crossfit gym. It’s necessary because without them, it would be much harder to do Crossfit. 1) Barbell or kettlebell – A kettlebell is lighter and easier to lift than a barbell. However, barbells provide more variety of exercises, which can work your entire body. For beginner weightlifters this may not make any difference since they are only used for beginner lower body exercises like squats or lunges. Kettle bells are perfect if you want to begin with upper body workouts as well though because they are almost as light as dumbells yet far more diverse in terms of exercises. If you haven’t bought your first pair just yet then I strongly recommend that you buy one before reading further so that you have an idea on what works best for you based on different kinds of exercise routines/exercises that you will come across later when doing Crossfit at home. Pro tip: always go for free weights rather than machines when working out because there are many advantages associated with training using free weights such as being able to adjust resistance levels based on how hard your arms/legs truly feel compared to how easy it feels relative to other muscles in different parts of the muscle groups, which often happens when lifting free weights compared to machines where it’s all pre-determined and generally fixed (usually). Just another note: although some people who begin weightlifting
Cross Training Shoes
Cycling Accessories, Gloves, Shorts and Socks: Look for shoes with an Anatomical Fit that mirrors the way your foot and ankle move. A wide toe box (don’t forget that we’re running on our toes) is important to prevent weight from dropping down into our feet and causing pain. The shoe should provide necessary protection and give us a stable platform to run efficiently too. A minimalist shoe like the Nike Free is great both training and racing as it requires very few movements (think single stride). If you don’t want to spend $60-$100 on pricey shoes yet still want some stability, look at inexpensive cross trainers with stability features such as heel pulls/stabilizers or support bars under your arch. For shorts look for ones made of fast drying but breathable fabrics such as polyester or mesh. Avoid tight shorts – they’ll compress my legs too much during long runs! Lastly comes socks. When it comes to socks I always recommend something light colored so my feet can easily see how hot they are during long runs or races. Try brands such as Smartwool or ECCO which offer plenty of compression so my legs don’t feel bulky when wearing my shorter running pants / shorts allowing them not to ride up during the race!