Holaaaa les amis
Aujourd’hui c’est lundi, alors on se booster pour toute la semaine et ce matin on commence la journée par : un mega tit dej’ à base de bowlcake fourrées à la banane
Petit café pour bien digérer le tout et hop on file au boulot et ce soir ce sera training haut du corps
Bon début de semaine
You know, the ones that go out early in the morning, have meetings all day and come back late in the evening. Basically a schedule that does not allow you to have lunch during the day. Luckily (or not), I know someone like that - my mom, but also my current boss.
On one hand, we have a food court in the area so you need not worry if you have nothing to eat. It is also very cheap so makes it even better (which doesnt stop me from prepping food every day just to be clear).
On the other hand, I see my mom eating something quick inbetween meetings. And she thinks it's healthy, just to convince herself because she is basically starving at that moment. For example, bruschetti, but wholegrain!
Prepping should not cost a lot of effort. Cut down 2 tomatoes and a cucumber - there is your salad. Cut some chicken fillet for sandwich and throw a box of cottage cheese in your food bag - there is your protein. Maybe even have a slice of bread . But don't tell me you 'don't have time'. What do you eat when busy?
Carbohydrates are a very important part of the off-season diet and a great energy source, if used properly throughout the day. Simple carbohydrates (i.e., fast digesting) are great to have post-workout because they spike your insulin level and drive the glycogen into your muscles.
They also help to drive the amino acids from your protein shake, that you should have post-workout, with that simple carbohydrate to aid in protein synthesis (i.e., muscle building). Complex carbohydrates provide a more prolonged energy source and are great to have for breakfast or later in the day.
Examples of complex carbohydrates are oats, brown rice and sweet potatoes. Examples of simple carbohydrates are sugars, white bread and pasta.