WOD 1: Gymnastics Baseline 1: 12 min AMRAP of:
12 Pull Ups
12 Kettlebell Swings (24/16)
WOD 2: Gymnastics Baseline 1: 12 min AMRAP of:
2 Muscle Ups
4 Handstand Push Ups
8 Kettlebell Swings (32/24)
So what is left…
If you haven’t been carefully logging your food and how it affects you, then you have some serious experimenting to do. Trial and error can be the best tools to see what your body is capable of handling and what things you should completely avoid. The best way to do that is by removing one variable at a time. Let’s take a look…
If I wanted to see how oranges affect me, I would do some expetimenting. I will eat the same way (or at similar as I can) for 21 days and in those 21 days, I will not have an orange or anything with orange products in it, like juice and such. After three weeks have passed, I will reintroduce the oranges back into my diet and if I suddenly break into hives, it could be because the orange may be having some kind of a reaction with my body. If nothing happens, then orange check out and I can move on to other foods.
If this seems tedious, then you are right! This process can be an arduous one, but it is ultimately worth it. Repeating this over and over can give you a gauged and calibrated understanding of how food affects you can make weight loss, general health, and physical performance much easier to improve.