** After dinner last night, I began a depletion phase of 3+ days. Had a normal dinner last night, but will be having ~100g (or less) of carbohydrates daily till after my AM run on Friday.Day 1:B: 3 eggs w/ cheeseL: Cheddar cheese and hummos with veggiesSnack: AlmondsD: Garden Salad with HummosDay 2:B: 3 eggs w/ cheeseL: Garden Salad with hummosSnack: Mixed nutsD: 3 eggs w/ peppers, mushrooms and cheeseDay 3B: 3 eggs with cheeseL: Garden Salad and 2 egg whitesSnack: AlmondsDinner: 2 Veggie Dogs and Steamed VeggiesHe then carbo loaded for the last two days.
Do you know what his mileage was during those three days? When I imaging trying to attempt that, I see myself starving, I don't know if I could do it.Maybe his snack was 4 pounds of almonds, then maybe I could do it. (I kid).
One unrelated comment... you and Klim looked real strong during today's run. If you're able to get to Grandma's in one piece and mother nature is forgiving, I see good things...
Here's his log. A quick look suggests he was feeling week during these days... but he did come back to run sub 2:29 at boston this year- which is pretty impressive.http://merv.stanford.edu/Workouts?name=bmullerJake did seem very strong... my breathing was off, and apparently I was snoring last night too- which I don't often do.
everybody is different. every diet effects each person differently, every run and race yields different results. live and learn as there is no right answer. whatever works in the moment, works. max's zenFYI---just finished reading an autobiography by Gary Sheffield about his baseball career. pretty interesting chapter on what its like to train with Barry Bonds.I suppose if you guys want to become invincible and live forever you can always order some secret vitamins from the Balco company.
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