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      07-31-2020, 11:45 AM   #23
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Everything they are all saying man. Take pictures lots of pictures every week. You’ll see the change man. That’s going to motivate you. The first few weeks you won’t see too much change but eventually you will
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As fast as possible, if not faster, jettison all “programs” such as paleo, keto, etc.

Eat anything that grows on the ground or in the ground.

Know you caloric intake needs, divide by 6, and eat 6 equally sized, evenly spaced meals per day.

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This all boils down to motivation and how that's affected by nutrition. (See also: Vicious circle)

An hour or so after a carb heavy meal earlier this week, I went out and set 4 Personal Records (PRs) on a course I ride all the time. After 20 miles, I felt like I could go 20 more. I tried the same course today on fewer carbs and zonked out after 16 miles. I was seriously disappointed in myself (I had planned on 33 or even 48 miles), but I was toast after 16. I attribute that to a poor choice of intake prior to the ride. Nutrition and exercise are inextricably linked.

If you fuel poorly, you'll feel like crap and lose motivation. You need to avoid that quicksand.

(Personal disclosure: I know I need to balance intake vs effort, but I'm lousy at it.)
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One of the best pieces of advice I ever got was from an All-American Athlete in track and football. He said, when you are trying to get back into great shape, the goal needs to be this: "You need to get to the point where it is harder on your body NOT to workout than it is TO workout." Once you reach that flow state, diet should follow along naturally, for optimal recovery, growth, wellness, etc.

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