Why Do I Get So Hungry After Crossfit?

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11-02-2009, 08:37 PM #5 musiclover98 CrossFitter

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I drive an hour for work each day. Daytime I do at least one of the following things or many together, increase my weight until I’m shaking with fatigue. Home more often than not. That’s really all I can think of there are no absolutes… But yeah…It is a good thing you still have your strength etc… It sounds like Maca would be worth trying.. LOL let us know how you are doing with it.. Sounds amazing that you can hike on that diet!!! That is AWESOME!!! Haha wow I am impressed on all points of what you just said!!I drive an hour for work each day. Daytime I do at least one of the following things or many together, increase my weight until I’m shaking with fatigue. Home more often than not. That’s really all I can think of there are no absolutes… But yeah…It is a good thing you still have your strength etc… It sounds like Maca would be worth trying.. LOL let us know how you are doing with it.. Sounds amazing that you can hike on that diet!!! That is AWESOME!!!

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