How to Offset a Cheat Meal | What Did I Do AFTER the Pizookie Challenge?

November 16, 2019 0 By William Morgan


What is going on guys? It is actually the next day after I did the Pizookie Challenge and I wanted to do a workout that really focuses on how to optimize, or how to take advantage of the food that you eat in, say, maybe a binge or if you had a big cheat meal. The best thing that you could possibly do is to actually do a specified workout that I’ll discuss when we’re training that really takes advantage of all the carbs and fat that you just ingested the night before. The next thing I also wanted to address: why I failed that challenge last night. Instead of what I did before the 10k, I did a scientific study, so I was eating protein and vegetables five meals a day, I think, two days prior and two days after just to normalize or standardize the food for the study. And I think that was actually the best thing I could possibly do, because I ate very light, and I was very hungry whereas this challenge I was thinking–and thinking incorrectly–that I practice something called intermittent fasting (you guys know that if you follow me). Instead of keeping the fast the whole day, the first thing I did eat was pizookie or just straight sugar and fat– sugar overload, basically is what happened, so that’s my explanation I am going to go hit this workout and I’ll catch you in the voiceover. Let’s just say you had a moment of weakness.