Monday, 22/04/13

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  • April
    Posted at 10:23h, 22 April

    Only 8 days to go of the Healthy Habits Challenge. I can’t believe how quickly it’s passed.
    I am looking forward to receiving week 3 results. You guys have been going great. Keep it up!

  • April
    Posted at 10:25h, 22 April

    OMG! Loved watching you all attempt double unders this morning instead of doing the single skip option. These frustrating devils will get better and your attitude today was great. Well done everyone!

  • Jim King
    Posted at 10:52h, 22 April

    Marc G 16:56 @40
    Michael R 19:39 @75
    Mark L 23:47 @70
    Sharelle 14:58 @35
    Mara 20:20 @25
    Jamie 18:19 @60
    Sam H 20:02 @50
    Kate P 17:43 @6,50
    Trent 10:04 rx
    Rod 14:03 rx
    Niall ~29 @60
    Jarrod 18:30 @9,60
    Michael G 19:00 @60
    Tom K 18:40 rx
    Steve H 18:32 @6,65
    Ross 18:09 @6,50
    Sandy 20:00 3,35
    Emma P
    Lizzie B
    Crystal 16:58 @4,25
    Carly 15:26 rx
    Sumi 18:19 @6,30
    Bridgette 21:06 @6,35
    Hoppo 19:45 @3,30
    J-M ?? @9,75
    Jen 20:10 @4,35
    Alyssa 20:39 @3,45
    Jess L 16:32 rx+ @9,60
    Sam D 14:28
    Greg B 17:18 @75
    Megan 15:33 rx
    Alex C 16:48 @45
    Beth 20:00 @35
    Jack 14:01 @30
    K* 21:18 rx
    Ali M 19:23 @40
    John K 20:45 @45

  • Billi
    Posted at 13:18h, 22 April

    My time was 25.42 @ 4, 25!

  • Steve H
    Posted at 14:58h, 22 April

    I gassed out really early this morning and now seek nutrition advice. I get up at 5.36, scoff half a shake, sometimes a small banana then get to the 6am sesh. I’m seriously running out of juice early on. Do I need to get up earlier to give the stuff time to be absorbed? Eating the wrong thing? Any help appreciated.

    • Dan
      Posted at 19:10h, 22 April

      What was dinner like the evening before?

      • Anonymous
        Posted at 20:37h, 22 April

        Chicken Salad.

        • Dan
          Posted at 22:53h, 22 April

          I’d** experiment with bigger meals the evening before (keep eating healthy, just eat more of it). Depending on the food, digestion can take 3-8 hours before nutrients begin to be absorbed via the small intestine (up to 48 hours to pass completely through you, again depending on the food and the individual). What you eat 24 minutes before your workout probably has less to do with how energetic you feel during the workout than what you ate 12-24 hours ago does. Speaking entirely for myself**, I find the food I eat on any given day affects the following day’s performance far more than the same day’s performance.
          **Not a nutritionist, biologist, biochemist, or even remotely qualified to talk to anyone about anything ever.

          • Steve H
            Posted at 20:15h, 23 April

            Hmm, interesting… I’ll do some research on this. Thanks.
            (Lots of Red Bull before bed tonight 🙂 )

  • Rosco
    Posted at 19:12h, 22 April

    Ahhhhh Double-Unders Ahhhhh
    One day I will have you, double-unders…

  • Jim King
    Posted at 19:36h, 22 April

  • Jim King
    Posted at 19:38h, 22 April

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