“What you eat before (and if needed, during)your workout is crucial for fueling the workout itself and maximizing your performance throughout.
What you eat after your workout is crucial for optimizing the recovery process (which basically begins as soon as your workout ends) and ensuring that your body has all of the supplies it needs in order to recover, adapt and improve the way you want it to.
And while research does show individual benefits in getting JUST your PRE workout nutrition right, or getting JUST your POST workout nutrition right, real world experience shows that for the best possible results, the key is getting BOTH meals just right.
So, while your around-workout-nutrition definitely won’t make or break your success, the meals you eat before and after working out can definitely play a positive role in improving your results.”—A Calorie Counter.com
Short video by Al Kavadlo via Breaking Muscle! Good progression to get the hanging leg raise and then move on to some of the more difficult exercises. If you’ve paid attention enough you may have seen Lisa do these. In fact she does everything shown with the exception of the 1-arm hanging leg raise. Could be why Lisa’s Knees To Elbows and Toes To Bar look effortless. CORE STRENGTH people…it’s where it’s at!–George
Workout of the Day
5 reps @75% 1RM
3 reps @85% 1RM
1 rep @95% 1RM
5 rounds for time of:
400 meter run
10 push press with 65%1RM(push Press)
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