Nutrition, Christmas, and going the distance (13.1m)

How to tackly christmas

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19/12/2012 at 12:36

Im with boobtrunk on this one tom just enjoy yourself. 

i too will have 3 christmas' so will just have to take each day at a time. i will be running in the week off. plus in the new year its marathon time

anything you consume WILL be burnt off soooo quick

19/12/2012 at 12:38

PMSL

19/12/2012 at 12:46

I love xmas puddings so to ensure I don't run like one I buy no more than 12 of the single ones to fuel a few long runs, they're a bugger to find after Christmas

Early morning runs, more miles and January will be just like December

19/12/2012 at 21:10
EDIT: Posted in wrong thread.... Ignore me
Edited: 19/12/2012 at 21:11
21/12/2012 at 13:45

Suggest you ask a doctor if it is healthy to eat 1900 calories and burn 1200 running. Then tell them you have cut 6,500 calories from your diet to make room for nothing other than Xmas pudding. Once they have stopped laughing then maybe they will give you some sensible 'diet' advice.

22/12/2012 at 00:11

Ha fucking ha.

For some of us thats whats required to lose and maintain weight. For example Tuesday, 16 miles according to sportracks 2026 kcals burnt, I ate 2200 kcals. The last 4 months i've been eating 2000-2200 kcals a day and averaging 4000-5000 kcals a week running. I'm only losing 1lb a week, 2 at most, sometimes nothing. I'm not dead yet.


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