Post Workout Paleo Pudding- Terry Shanahan
* I blend mine though and take it to the gym with me in a shaker cup
[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XKIv9zU3BeA]Post Workout Paleo Pudding- Terry Shanahan - YouTube[/url]
I take it immediately after working out during the drive home.
If I don't have the shake I take a bowl of blackberries drizzled with clover honey and eat those and drink a whey protein shake with no carbs.
My new favorite post workout snack is low fat cottage cheese, sweet potato baby food, a little raw honey and lots of pumpkin pie spice all mixed together. Sounds gross but it's awesome.
Whatever the meat that day is, alongside round 500g sweet potato and 250g of squash and various other things.
Usually a mason jar of bone broth and spinach...
My post/wo meal is one of my three meals, i.e if i train fasted before breakfast then breakfast will be my PWO meal, and so on.
depends ... but after a heavy and intense work-out, I eat sushis (low fat, high "good" carbs) or quinoa / sweet potatoes with lean meats. If it is a low to medium intensity WO, I keep eating very low carb - high fat and respect my one meal a day schedule.
Have a black coffee first thing in the morning then hit the gym on an empty stomach. Walk about a mile to the gym, work hard for 30-60 minutes, shower up and walk home. Then I'll eat either a steak and 4 eggs, can of sockeye salmon mixed with onion and veganaise (organic mayo with no soy, no dairy) or a veg stir fry sauted and mixed with 6 scrambled eggs and a couple pieces of bacon. Always cook with coconut oil and have a whole avocado almost everyday as well. If its an intermittent fast day I will start my workout around 11:30 am otherwise I workout and eat first thing in the morning.
Upon the advice of my cf coach I wait at least 60-90 mins after fasted training because I have fat to lose. I eat meat, eggs & sweet potatoes after cf and skip the potatoes after running/hiking. My lean husband typically eats same but within 30 mins of workout.
AlphaChick have you checked out Crossfitters eat to perform on Facebook? Or [url=http://www.eattoperform.com?]Eat To Perform[/url] It has helped me a ton. I have learned so much about my body and fueling it/ supporting metabolic flexibility. It's worth a look.