Sometimes to break through a plateau I have to shock my body. This sometimes includes adding in a different type of workout...instead of running, I swim. Or workout 2x a day. Changing up my eating routine helps too. Eat at the low end of calories one day and near the hi end the next.
2 a day workouts may include breaking up a 10 mile run into 5 in the morning and 5 at night. Or, swimming in the morning and biking at lunch. I always pack extra workout clothes JIC I can squeeze in another workout during my workday.
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10 quick forkfuls and your possibly getting 100 Grams of pure sugar in one sitting. Your pancreas then sends out a flood of insulin into your blood steam, some of the sugar goes into your muscles and inflammation sets in. You are now in a state of sugar shock. Sugar is toxic to the colon, brain, liver. When sugar is eaten, intestinal fermatation begins and makes your colon and brain sluggish and you fatigued. Call it a sugar hang over.
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