8.12.12 and Ring Muscle-Ups


I forgot to write down or download Outlaw workout today, so I was left with no workout from Outlaw, just did Blackbox WOD. I intended to reach snatch 1 RM max., but stayed at the same 110#. However, these 110# now become everyday thing rather than something hard to achieve, which means that soon I should pass this limit.

Skills : Score = 6RM
6 Front squats @ Max
Time cap = 8 minutes
Result: 80kg. Intended to do 85kg, but after 4 reps I could not continue. However, 80kg=176# 🙂

WOD : 2 Rounds
30 Mountain climbers
15 Db Sotts press @15#

3 Rounds
20 V-Sit tuck
10 Toes to bar

4 Rounds
10 Burpees over the bar
5 Sumo deadlift @100kg
RESULT: 9:39mins. I consider this easy workout, hardest part was simply to keep doing those burpees, but other than than….I almost did not need to rest.

Finisher:
for 15mins:
1min. plank
20 abs in a minute
That was nice workout. I could feel my abs a bit burning, but did not find it difficult. Somehow felt super strong today.

After that I was helping my team mate with HSPU and Muscle Ups progressions, because we signed up for the competition. My first competition:
https://lusine.zenplanner.com/zenplanner/portal/event.cfm?EventId=23788FCD-6CB1-4716-97A8-8627B3EE14B3
Feel super excited about that! However, there is job to be done and my biggest concern so far were muscle ups. And I got them! TODAY. my first muscle ups, totally unexpected, could not be happier…Made one, went to anounce all my friends….came back…made second one to be sure that I actually got this. I do! How cool is that? I call is my 9 months of crossfit “baby”. It took me 9 months to be able to make first muscle ups. But I know that now it will become easier and easier, because if I get something once, then I keep just adding volume.
It’s such a nice feeling….I think I`m gonna make Double layer fudge to celebrate that 🙂

03.12.12

This is what waited for me this morning when I woke up at 6a.m to be sure to be at the gym at 7a.m. before my french classes. Do you think I was excited seeing that for workout I have OUTLAW OPEN FINAL WOD? OMG…..are you joking, I think I puked inside few times during this wod, especially having in mind that I was sick all weekend and did not workout for 3 days…..I regretted every second of since I started WOD, surprisingly the easiest part were burps…never though to say that. Did not finish it on time. Got 10 DU after step ups, RX though in the time cap of 20mins.…However, I did finish workout just to know what would have waited me after DU and I found that the double KB snatches were hardest part, my forearms are blue now…seriously? who invented this exercise? It took me 10 reps even to get at least kind of comfortable doing them, not even mentioning the fact that after making 3, I could not imagine how I am gonna make it to 30 🙂

Here is video of me doing one of them…:

 

However, I liked all the WOD. Why? Because separately these exercises don’t look that hard, weights are not heavy, but their combination is killing 🙂

WOD 121203:

The Outlaw Open Final.

20 Hang Squat Snatches 115/75#
50 Double-Unders
30 KB Thrusters 24/16kg
50 Double-Unders
40 T2B
60′ Burpee Broad Jumps
40 BB Step-Ups 20″ 115/75# (front rack, alternating legs)
50 Double-Unders
30 Double KB Snatches 24/16kg
50 Double-Unders
20 Bar Muscle-Ups

For time.

*Strict 20 minute time limit.

Recap of 27th-29th August Training

First of all, let’s start that I was supposed to have my rest day on Sunday and I ended up going to climbing gym for some bouldering. Bouldering is never associated with resting as it is short interval high effort activity, but I just needed to do that, plus, of course, going for 5km walk with my doggie which is kind of obligatory every 2-3 days. Having that in mind, there is no wonder that my body today is sore everywhere…back, legs, arm, shoulders, you name it 🙂 But….no pain, no gain, right? Today is my rest day and they now coincide with outlaw rest days as I have started following outlaw programming and even after a week, I already see progress. Yes, that fast, because outlaw does lots of oly and this is where I aim to get stronger, I mean, much stronger that I am now. Regarding my regular crossfit classes that I have 3 times a week, I try to choose the ones that have skill training, because now I am all about technique, technique and once more technique. I know that I am strong, I know that I have good stamina, but to grow I need to learn to be as effective as possible. So, let’s go through my 3 days of training:

MONDAY

OUTLAW training (I went to the gym for that):

BB Gymnastics

1) 7X3 Hi-Hang Snatch (knee extension only)- medium/heavy but VERY fast unbroken reps, rest 60 sec. Weights: 75#, 2×85#, 90#, 3×95#. Started really low, because was not sure about high hang snatch and my capacities, but even 95# wasn’t very hard to make, felt really good. 

2) 7X3 Hi-Hang Clean (knee extension only) + 1 Jerk – medium/heavy but VERY fast, unbroken, rest 60 sec.  Weights: 95#, 2×105#, 4×110#.

Strength

1a) 3X8 Weighted Strict Pullups – heavier than last week, rest 60 sec.

I have never done weighted pull ups in my life, but well, it’s never too late. Grabbed a vest that was in a gym, asked how much it weights, appeared to be 15#, so not too heavy. Managed to make max. 4 pull ups unbroken. The biggest struggle was with last pull up, it took me 3 tries to finally make it. 

1b) 3X8 Shoulder Press. Last week I used 65#, tried to go 75#, but after 3 reps, realized that there is no way I am gonna make 24reps in total, so lowered down to 70#. Still felt heavy, have to work more on technique, as I felt my back bending a bit too much back. 

Conditioning

4 rounds for total reps of:

  • In 90 seconds Row 250m then with the remaining time perform AMRAP of OHS @ 115/75#.
  • *Rest 90 seconds after each round (including the final round).
  • -THEN-
  • 400m Run for time (absolutely all out effort).

That was a killer 🙂 first round made 3 OHS, second just one as dropped the bar and it took too long to snatch it back 🙂 3rd round 3 OHS and 4th round I concentrated and made 5 OHS. I think my run of 400m. was fastest that I have ever run 400m., but did not took time, just concentrated on pushing to max.limit. Calves were burning afterwards, which I suppose is a good sign 🙂

Overall, felt really good after training, very high spirits and energized.

TUESDAY

Crossfit Class

Skill: double unders (max. unbroken made in 8mins). Managed to make 37, that is vast improvement from ~20 that I had last week. Still, need to work on that.

WOD

20-15-10 for time:

  • Back Squats 95#.
  • Back Push Press 95#
  • Wallballs 16#
  • Slamballs 15kg
  • RESULT: 15:07min.

Actually I started workout with 115#, because I always take the highest weight prescribed for girls, made back squats, tried to make back push press and failed 3 times in a row. It is just such a weird position to have barbell on the back and obviously I still managed to hurt my neck bone while I learned proper way to land the bar on the back that was a good lesson, but I am still scared of all these back push presses.

Ah…yeah…here comes my bitchy side. There was a couple that came to the class that I haven’t seen before and I assume it was their first time on our box, but obviously not for crossfit. So, here they come, all dressed up from head to toes with Reebok Crossfit, literally: headband, shirt, short, shoes, socks. I even got a bit intimidated by their appearance, as you would think that they would be super good and strong. But the moment when the girl started putting the protection that is usually important when you do bog amount on pull ups and toes to bar so that you would not destroy totally your hands, I began doubting. Why a hell in the world you would need that for back squats and back push press. There is no big friction involved that would tear of you calluses. Not mentioning that calluses actually are good to have as it makes your skin harder, you just have to make sure that they are not too thick 🙂

I was happy when I beat the girl, especially having in mind that I took time to change weights and reset again, it just shows that having all the clothing and equipment does not make you better athlete. And I obviously had a little evil laugh inside me, simply because I don’t like the show off of any sort.

OUTLAW Training

I took like 30min. break just hanging around in a gym and having some snack before I hit the second workout. I am not sure if it is the best idea to put that much at the same time, however, I hope that CF classes usually are higher intensity and Outlaw more concentrated on strength that it will actually work fine. I will see in a month or so how it will affect my overall performance as now it is hard to say.

BB Gymnastics

1) 5X2 Vertical Snatch off High Boxes (at hip) – heavy but perfect—not maximal, rest 60 sec. I took 77lbs, tried 95#, but could not snatch, it felt much more hard than  Mondays hang snatch. Maybe because I have never done oly from high boxes. 
2) 5X2 Vertical Clean off High Boxes (at hip) – heavy but perfect—not maximal, rest 60 sec. I took 95# and last set went really hard, could not get first time. 

Strength

*The Back Squats are based off of YOUR THREE REP MAX.

1) 5X5 Back Squats @ 75% – rest 2 minutes. Used 135#, as I did not know what is my max, so just assumed that it should be around 180# if I can front squat 145#. 

2) 3X5 Front Squats @ 77.5% (3 second pause on the 1st & 5th rep) – rest 90 seconds. Front squat max. I tested last week and it was 145# having myself all the way down, so the weight that I used for training was 113#. That was really hard to make 5th squat up after having 3sec. pause at the bottom. Now I can see why it is called strength training 🙂

Conditioning (this I made much later at night at home, because I felt too tired to do conditioning, especially conditioning that involves burpees, so I made it after coming back from a walk with Nora)

1 minute AMRAP of Jerks @ 225/150#. haha…Obviously there is no way that I could jerk 150#, maybe I could, but I haven’t tried yet, anyways, I would never do that at home, as max. weight that I have is 115# and also because I would need rack for that instead of having to clean in that minute. So, I used 95# and wasn’t even sure if I would be able to jerk that as I felt damn tired after training before and long long walk. Still made 10 jerks, which I felt proud about. 

-then (no break)-

100 Burpees for time. Time cap: 10mins.
*Perform 1 Rope Climb @ 15′ EMOM beginning AFTER the first minute. Obviously no Rope climb as I don’t have it at home, just made burpees. It took me 7:28min, to complete. Last week when I tested my burpees for time, I made 77reps. in 7mins., this time it was 95reps. It all summed up in mot taking rests, because I counted that even if I take 10sec. break each minute, I already loose minimum 1min. of my performance. That is a lot to loose. However, it was really a psychological struggle each time after jump to go back down and make it again. And I do them according to Open of 2012 games requirements, with 6″ jump above your max. reach. 

-then (no break)-

1 minute AMRAP of Jerks. Are you kidding me? After devastating burpees to make jerks again. I was just trying to catch my breath. Then make a clean. And before 1min. was over managed to make 2 jerks. Still, I made them, I though I would not be able. This is what I call pushing to the maximum. A month ago I could not make 95# overhead without great effort and now I do it without any big effort even being fatigued. 

WEDNESDAY

Crossfit Class:

I called this WOD “BLACKBOX POWER”

For Time. Time cap: 40mins. My time: 36:52mins.

  • 100 box jumps 20″
  • 10 front squats 135#
  • 90 release push ups
  • 20 KB push press 35#
  • 80 v-sits
  • 30 toes to bar
  • 70 OH walking lunges 25#
  • 40 Cousins 16#
  • 60 KB swing 35#
  • 50 Deadlift 135#

That was a long long workout with loads of different stuff. I reached my PR on clean. I was sure that I can make 135# front squats and deadlifts, just not sure if I will be able to bring bar to the shoulders. Did it, it was hard, but did not feel like maximum that I could clean. I remember that a month ago I tried to clean 135# and it felt really hard that I though that it would take me at least 3 month to be able to clean that weight, and here you go…it took me a month and starting following Outlaw, at least I believe so 🙂 Most devastating part: making 40 cousins. That is when I started planning how I deal with numbers, because I felt super tired after 15 that I made, so I just decided to break into 5reps and take rest, 5 reps, take rest. That helped a lot, because I could make 5 reps really fast and then having even 10sec. break would bring my power back. Did breaking into parts with KB swings as well:15reps. break, and deadlifts: 10reps. break. I was one of very few that did finish this workout in time cap as most people did not manage to finish it. I assume, lack of stamina.

After this workout, took short break, ate my paleo crunches to get dose of proteins and fats and made Outlaw workout.

Strength

1) 10X1 Deadlifts @ 75-80% – rest 45 sec. Last time when I tested my deadlift it was 255lbs, so I just started from there and took 75% of weight that was 190#.

2) Bench Press: 2X5 @ 75%, 2X3 @ 80%, 3X2 @ 85% – rest 60 sec. Had no idea what I can bench press, so just assumed that it would be 100#, therefore I bench pressed 75#, 80# and 85#.

Strength/Conditioning

1a) 3XME UB + 3 Muscle-Ups – rest 30 sec. Muscle-Ups should be performed as a max effort unbroken set, then perform 3 more reps as fast as possible after finishing the UB set. If you cannot string together more than 3 reps UB, then perform another UB set before performing the extra 3 reps. If you cannot string reps together perform 7 reps as fast as possible.  Obviously I was not able to make more that 3 reps unbroken, max. that I could do was 2 reps and even that using band (smallest one though). However, in the third round I wanted to cry when I had to lock out my elbows to count the rep. Was all swimming in sweat.
1b) 3X3 Snatch Grip Behind the Neck Press – much heavier than last week, rest 30 sec. 95#, hurt my neck boke again, have to learn to land it all the time on shoulder blades. 
1c) 3X20 UB KB Snatches (each arm) – heaviest possible (not lighter than last week), rest 30 sec.  Used 26lbs. First took 35lbs, but then changed my mind as I really wanted to make them unbroken. 
1d) 3X10 Reverse Hypers – heavy, rest 30 sec. Used 45lbs plate. Felt really heavy after first 4 reps, but doable with little break.

So, that was my training, pretty intense, but nice. I enjoyed a lot. Can’t wait to see what I will do tomorrow and I know that for Crossfit class on Saturday there will be max. weight for OHS, I hope to make at least 95#, or better cross 100# mark 🙂

WOD 2nd August

So, as I am increasing intensity of my workouts and trying to workout more often, I am a bit worried at the same time if I am ready for that and if I can make it. you know….making two trainings a day and working out 6 times a week might be tiresome. Todays workout showed me some weakness of mine and also proved that it is much harder to push maximum every day than 3 times a week 🙂

for warm up we had 20 burpees and  our box challenge which was max. rep of shoulder to overhead – 75lbs. I wanted to make a lot, but made only 28reps and felt disappointed with myself because I know that I can make more than that. But 20 burpees just before that totally sucked my energy 😦

WOD1// 8 rounds /Time Cap 20mins.

  • 10KB swing – 53 lbs
  • 10 Toes to bar
  • 30sec. rest
  • Result: 15mins. And I realized that I suck at toes to bar and need to work on that, because I was able to make without rest just first round and then I had to break simply because I was not having good enough grip. I have to be able to make at least 30 of them non stop, so I will try to work on my technique and speed, as I spend too much time getting kipping swing.

WOD2// 8 rounds/ Time cap 20mins.

  • 60m. sprint
  • 5 box jumps – 31″
  • 5 release push ups
  • Rest 30secs.
  • Result: 8:54mins. For this I was not taking 30secs. rest, just time to go to the sprint was enough to recover as it was not that strenuous workout.

Then I was considering whether to do second training or not and decided to skip, come to the gym tomorrow, make my Give them steel training or two and then get back on Saturday for CF class.

WOD 14th June

I think today was one of the most physically intense days that I had for a while. Having in mind my bike ride to work that is 17km mostly uphill, I decided to take a Crossfit class after work today. To get to the gym googlemaps were showing 20km and it was definitely an interesting ride and I am glad that I wrote down the streets before leaving, because my iPod map of course decided to drop pin somewhere by itself and erase my route 🙂 it took me 50mins. to get to the gym and I arrived 15mins. before class started. Obviously, I decided to skip warm-up which included running, as I think 50mins. of intense riding is more that enough for the body to warm up.

Todays training consisted of 2 AMRAP of 15mins: 

WOD1:

  • 20 box jumps (decided to go with guys and took 29″ height)
  • 20 wall balls (again, following guys with black ball of 20 lb)
  • 20 burpees
  • 400m rowing (on the hardest scale)
Result: 2+25 rounds.

I told myself that I will start going on heavier equipment from next week, but as there was an opportunity, I decided to try out the 20lb wall ball, having in mind how easily I was doing 16 lb previous trainings. It is definitely harder, but much more rewarding. Regarding box jumps, I have already done 29″ box so it wasn’t that hard and rowing is not a big deal for me.

WOD2:

  • 5 Floor press (95lb)
  • 10 handstand push ups (did pike press)
  • 15 release push ups
  • 10 roll abs
Result: 3+31 rounds

Actually I tried to make 115lb floor press, but as I have done floor press only once before, I think I overestimated myself, because I was not able to lift it 🙂 So, ended up changing weight to 95lb that was quite doable 🙂 As for handstand pushups I still need to practise them and I did not feel that I would be able to make them after floor press and even if I would make them first round there was no way I could see myself making them second round. Anyways, my plan is to try to make them tomorrow after training and see how it will go.

After training I still had to get back home and go steep uphill, I have to say that my legs were a bit shaky, but all went fine and it was soooo good to take a long warm shower to release the muscle tension. I wonder what will be tomorrow’s training 🙂

How I earn all those chocolate goodies :)

I hope you don’t think that I just bake all these desserts and don’t work hard to earn to eat them. Train hard, eat hard 🙂 Desserts after all are treats and not food, even if they are paleo 🙂 Having that in mind and having in mind that I have tasted today all of the previously posted desserts, I felt that I have to make a workout, so that I wouldn’t feel that guilty of treating myself too good for no particular reason 🙂

I picked up an old workout from Bodyrock.tv website and boy oh boy it was nice. My sweat was literally dripping and I don’t remember when it happened to me, probably in Spain when it was super hard and any small workout ended up in a sea of sweat. But now I am in Quebec and it is not hot at all. Workout was 500 rep time challenge:

1. Prisoner Squats – 50 reps

2. Sit Ups – 50 reps

3. Forward/Backward Lunge – 50 reps (25 on each leg)

4. Push Ups – 50 reps

5. Reptile – 50 reps (switching legs)

6. Turkish Get Up – 50 reps (used 10 lb. weight from dumbell)

7. Side V-crunch – 50 reps (25 on each side)

8. Split Push Ups – 50 reps ( switching from wide stance push up to close stance push up)

9. Jump Forward And Two Jumps Back – 50 reps

10. Reversed Plank Knee Tucks – 50 reps (switching legs)

My time was 26min.17sec. Hardest part: Turkish Get ups, as I have never done them before, so had to work on figuring out proper positioning of the body, so it seemed to take forever to make 50 of them. Really nice workout though.

WODs 25th and 26th May

I have to put 3 WODs of CF into 4 days and also go for climbing, so usually my weekends instead of being relaxing, becomes quite intense.

Fridays training had two parts and it was:

WOD1:

for time:

3 rounds of:

  • 400m. rowing (I always choose level10 as somehow find it not that hard to do)
  • 20 wall balls (16lbs)
    400m. running

My time was 15:20, I was 1 min. behind the guy that participated in regionals, no idea ow he did there, haven’t seen him before, but he looks really in shape. Anyhow, I felt quite proud of myself, especially when running is involved :)))) I really start getting used to it though, don’t supper mentally anymore that much and take it as it is 🙂

WOD2 was AMRAP of 16mins of:

  • 10 KB lifts (don’t remember the exact name) -35 lbs 
  • 15 KB swings – 35 lbs
  • 20 burpees (my killers…still not used to them)

I made 4+25 rounds.

Todays workout was also 2 parts. Actually, when I was walking down the hill and I saw group outside having a workout and it involved kettlebell and and moving from one point to the other (in my imagination – running), I honestly wanted to turn around an go back home. I did not feel at all like pushing myself, especially because my body did not have 24 hours break between workouts. However, I did not turn around and went to make a workout and was glad that I did, because it wasn’t that hard at all.

WOD1 (AMRAP 14mins):

I used for this WOD 35 lbs KB, but I think next time I will try to switch to 53lbs, as I find 35lbs not that challenging anymore.

  • 15 KB swings
  • 60m. KB carry (right arm)
  • 15 goblet squats
  • 60m. KB carry (left arm)

It was really enjoyable workout, I did not have to catch my breath and all in all did not find difficult, just kept moving all the time. My result: 5+32 rounds.

WOD2 was a bit more challenging and but still quite relaxing (with very much hurting abs 🙂 ) – 14mins. AMRAP:

  • 6 box jumps (29″)
  • 12 ring push ups (that was quite challenging, especially after 4 rounds, to keep arms not going too much on the side )
  • 18 toes to bar. (for this I asked trainer to let me do sty else, as my both hands had almost heeled, but I was pretty realistic that probably after first 18 toes to bar they would be totally destroyed again. Instead of that I did V-sits with 12 lbs wall ball in my arms)

My result was: 6+13 rounds.

Next workout Monday 🙂 I rewarded myself with banana pudding (put in freezer to have an ice cream). Will post a recipe and have for sunday brunch made a sweet potato pie (have no idea how it tastes like). I will post recipes of both dessert probably tomorrow. Enjoy Sunday!

WOD 30 April and new favourite post-WOD meal

Today I finally went to Crossfit training after not being there for more than a week as I have been feeling not good all the time. And despite of my best wishes to work out as much as possible I haven/t done anything since Tuesday as everyday I was waking up with running nose and/or big headache. I was supposed to go to training on Saturday, but since waking up all I could think off was where I could hide my head that it would stop hurting. I could not figure out what was causing the headache, maybe because I tried to take tylenol previous days, so I decided not to take it anymore. I don’t know, maybe because I am cleaning my body from all possible additives and chemicals, it is also refusing to accept medicine or is actually showing to me that this medicine is no good for me. Anyhow, I did not have any headache on Sunday and this morning so I was more that happy to go to workout. I have to say that even warm up seemed hard for me and I needed to catch a breath 🙂 (3 round of 10squats, 10 push ups, 10 burpees).

Todays workout was 2 parts, first AMRAP challenge of 26 mins.:

  • 15 front squat (mine was 85 lbs)
  • 10 push ups
  • 5 power press (same 85 lbs)
  • 20 abdos (arms on cheats)
It was really hard to do front squats and power press…I think it was a first time I was doing front squats, so I am sure that my ass and my thighs  will hurt a lot tomorrow. Obviously, I could take less weight and make more rounds, but I decided to be slow this time and not so ambitious, so my result was 5 rounds. I have shamefully admit that I was not pushing to my limits, especially when after finishing 5th round I saw that there is 20sec. left and I decided not to start new round. Not very typical for me, but hey…sometimes we all feel weak 🙂
For the finish we had time challenge of 2 rounds of:
  • 20 knees to elbows  (that was killing my skin, especially after 50 pull ups)
  • 30 russian twists (16 lbs).
Got back to the game and finished this challenge at 3:41min.

After that I had the best post-WOD meal ever that consisted of egg white “crepe” dusted with cinnamon and Sweet Potatoes Chews. I got the recipe of Sweet potatoes Chews from Whole9 website and it is so delicious that I could eat that all the time :)))

Here comes the recipe:

Ingredients:

  • Sweet potatoes (I had 2 big one, so I used them)
  • cinnamon
  • coconut oil.
Process:
preheat the oven to 325F and bake sweet potatoes on the baking sheet or aluminium foil for about an hour or until it is soft and you can easily take off the skin. Let it cool down in the oven until you decide to proceed. You can even leave overnight. Once ready, peel the potatoes, the skin should go off with fingers, work the hard parts with knife. Slice the potatoes and cut about 1/2cm thick. Arrange on the baking sheet and brush with melted coconut oil. Dust generously with cinnamon. bake at 350 for about an hour. Half way through and turn them around and dusted more with cinnamon. Pack them in Ziploc bags or covered glass storage containers.  Combine for post WOD meal with some easily digestible proteins, like chicken, egg whites or salmon 🙂
This is super yummi and better to keep away from the eyes if you want it to last :))))

WOD 16 April and Whole30 challenge

Today my WOD consisted of 2 challenges, both with time cap of 15mins.
1) 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 repetitions of the following:
pull ups
– box jumps (mine was 30′)
-abdos (no arms)
Time of completion: 10:25min.

2) it was a challenge for 15mins that consisted of rowing and “man maker” (thats the complicated exercise that I did not remember name last time 🙂 )
100-200-300-400-500-600m-… +4 man makers after each round. My weights were 20lbs for each arm.
After 15mins. I was in my 600m section and finished with 1821m. of rowing 🙂

I was improving my diet for couple months now, first started following Zone diet and then decided to eat even more clean, so began following most of the Paleo diet guidelines. My poor husband has to consume all those products that we bought for a pantry and I refuse now to eat, such as pasta, crackers, rice. We still have tons of flour (because I love baking) and white sugar, so I have been thinking what to do with all this so that it would not go to waste. Finally I decided that probably Keven colleagues would be happy if he would come from time to time with some home made muffins our cookies 🙂 I can still bake, just don’t want to eat.
So, today is my first day of Whole30 challenge where I try to switch my brains and clean my body. I really need that, because even though I eat pretty much clean now and very much into paleo diet guidelines, I still love to indulge myself into various treats. So I want to switch my brains from the need to satisfy the “sugar dragon” 🙂 So, for 30 days I eliminate from my life:
-diary
-legumes
-grains
-natural and artificial sugar
-alcohol
-cheat and comfort paleo foods

Let’s the game begin. By the way, since I changed my eating habits, I started gaining much more energy and getting much stronger. Even though before workouts I don’t feel like having a lot of energy, during workouts I usually push much more than I would have expected…