Friday, February 1

Nutrition: After yesterday's super high day, I was tempted to fast - but before tomorrow's long run, that would be stupid. Hence, moderation. Not my strength! Low-carb until late snack, but calories were plenty high.

6a-c reg
645a-2 fried eggs, chicken sausage, 2 sl toast, macaroon, almond milk latte, supps
8a-Americano w/ SF syrup
9a-2c reg
930a-oz almonds
12p-s pork carnitas w/ .5c cole slaw, 2s chicken sausage, can Zevia, supps
330p-bag jalapeƱo jerky, oz almonds, 2c half-caff
730p-bag sweet n hot jerky
815p-carby micro cake, 2 sl toast w/ bit of coconut oil & SP butter, 2c decaf, supps
Throughout day-2.5 quarts water

Note on supps: am down to fiber w/ every meal, a probiotic & D in the morning, and a shot of B mid-day if I am feeling beat. I have not noticed a single difference since running out (1 at a time) of my prior supps (multi, calcium, fish oil, Natural Calm).

Sleep: 8 hours in bed, 945p-545a, 79% quality. Very solid other than the last hour or so, but felt pretty well rested. Happy face into the sleep app!

Body: Really good. Yesterday's calorie overload was probably a great way to fully recover from deadlifts before tomorrow's ambitious long run. Also, wore boots (baby it's damn COLD outside!) so I sat all day.

Stretches: x1 (830p). Pull-ups forgotten.

Brain: Very good.

Grateful: For quotes and motivational pictures.

Lessons for LIFE.

However, contrary to what I used to believe, there is no need to push so hard that you collapse to the floor when you're done.

Again: more than just fitness.


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