I was just curious how do you curb your post workout hunger? I have noticed shortly after my post workout shake I am VERY hungry. I honestly feel as if I am craving a high level of carbs. Any suggestions?
I noticed on my shopping list red meat is listed on one my meals. I enjoy my diet and I am open to change, but can anyone offer any advice for pescetarian dieting?
Thanks for that question. I love working with Cody, but seeing him several times a week, I was starting to think he was the only video I had access too.
I think they are in the process of adding this feature. At the moment I use http://tracker.dailyburn.com to track all of my food. Have you tried that app yet?
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I enjoy running and volleyball. My whole objective when I joined DB was to finally have a workout that was fun and something I actually enjoyed doing. I find that working out 4 days a week on Daily Burn (DB) and taking the weekend to recharge and recover has worked for me. So I have added to that recovery time one fun day. Yep it's like a cheat day for working out. I am allowed to play any game I want or if I just want to spend the day reading a book! It's my Fun workout day.....just a thought.
I used to have the same problem, but I found that napping for 90 min when you get homes recharges the body. I know it's counter to what many have shared but I found that after napping for 90 min ONLY (set an alarm ) you will fill recharged and workout will not seem so daunting to do. As well I adopted a mentality that may help from doing p90x. I would say to myself " Tony Horton ONLY has 1 hour of my time, and then I am walking away." It was my way of informing my mind and body that I only had to pay attention to this guy for 1 hour a day. I made it through the program one day at a time....one hour a day.
I joined the Hydrate All Day challenge.
Did my first workout today and have to say I lost track of the time. It was a great workout and I actually felt it when I sat down after taking a shower. It's truly one step at a time.