So, I've been tracking my blood sugar lately to add info to the data my awesome Functional Medicine doctor has been compiling. I'm recording waking/fasted, and then 2-hour post-prandial (meal) for my 3 main meals.

Anyhow, it's sort of caused me to geek out a bit and I'm freeing my inner Tim Ferriss...

Been playing around with the effect of PWO nutrition options. Two in particular -- whey with sweet potato baby food or whey with unsweetened apple sauce. Both yield around 25 grams of protein and 24-30 grams of carbohydrate.

Day 1:
CrossFit Football WOD "CrossFit Disco"
10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1
Power Cleans @ 75% BW (135#)
Pull-ups
Total WOD time: 19:48

Pre-WOD BS: 94 mg/dL
Post-WOD BS: 109 mg/dL
PWO snack -- whey & sweet potato
1-hr post-PWO BS: 86 mg/dL

Day 2:
Back Squat
2, 2, 2, 2 @ 185, 215, 235, 245 then,

15 min AMRAP (w/partner - 1 works while other runs 200M. Pick up reps where partner left off.)
10 Deadlift @ 185#
10 Knees-to-Elbows
10 Box Jumps to 24" box

Pre-WOD BS: 112 mg/dL
Post-WOD BS: 111 mg/dL
PWO snack -- whey & apple sauce
1-hr post-PWO BS: 116 mg/dL

I know there are a million varaibles and I've really only compiled two data "points" but was curious as to thoughts?