🇩🇪 All - Olympic 🥇 & 5x IM World Champ
Typical day of nutrition, I have actually just finished my morning coffee, which was an americano double espresso with some water. Classic, good, old, humble banana. Nothing wrong with that. Get fired up. I'm about to go running, so I like to keep it light. And the nutrition I have is very much adapted to the training I have, whether I'm trying-- what I'm trying to achieve that day. It's never really the same. Although, I do have my standard meals that I go to, but I really adapt the timing of it. Say I'm having a super long training day, I might actually only have two meals in the day and try and get in most my nutrients on the bike, which would be in terms of more an energy drink, maybe some gels and some bars. I do like a protein heavier bar, simply because it sustains me for a little bit longer, which would be something that I'll get in terms of egg whites, dates, or that kind of thing, working together nicely. And then I generally load up quite heavily on dinner. I do not subscribe to any low carb, low fat, or low protein, high protein, whatever, diet. I try to get a good balance in. I do have a lot of fat in my diet, in terms of olive oil. I'll probably go through about a liter a week, add to that some coconut oil and, that kind of thing. But, again, for me, I balance it out with the other nutrients, as well. And my favorite snack I actually got from Dan Plus, who's also on here. I believe they call it the nut butter slam, or something like that, which is a piece of dark chocolate with your favorite nut butter on it. It's a great snack for you in between that I really enjoy. Feels like a treat, sustains me well and, at the same time, doesn't bother me for my next session.