Back at it (again)

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Re: Back at it (again)

Post by Realistic » May 6th, 2017, 7:33 pm

Yeah my problem i've been trying to get under control is 2 fold. I eat way too much, which includes lots of carbs, and sugar. Lately i've been wanting to actually eat healthier because it's hard to perform well on the rower after stuffing your face with McDonald's.

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Re: Back at it (again)

Post by Anth_F » May 15th, 2017, 7:08 am

remisture wrote:
hjs wrote:Remi, :x get a grip!
Carl Watts wrote:Remi, STOP EATING ALL THE PIES !!!! :lol:
Why have abs, when you can have kebabs? :roll:
Haha LOVE me some kebabz :D

I am kinda fortunate tbh that i can now eat some junk food + enjoy beers on weekends because of my much more active lifestyle, and still keep myself looking trim and happy with how i am. Of course, i do eat lots of healthy stuff and make conscious efforts to get my daily amounts of veggies and fruits... thats kind of routine for me now! I feel good inside knowing i have consumed good amount of nutrients for the day and water.

No BAD sugary soda drinks for me though... i stay away from them. I had a sip of one some weeks ago and you quickly realise just how much sugar they contain if you taste some after like 10 months of having none. Ugh they actually taste like crap :wink:

Basically all about having a balance that works for you. It will be different for each individual to some degree.
42yo male 5'10 78kg (Rowing since june 9th 2016) PB's 5k 19:22 30min 7518m

My goals are simply to keep fit/get fitter and continue to enjoy rowing on the C2 :)

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Re: Back at it (again)

Post by Heaviestuser » December 10th, 2017, 9:41 am

I am also back at it. :D Can't even row 2K at the moment. :roll:

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