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Old 11-28-05, 06:15 PM   #1
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Danno's Nutrition Philosophy

i think this old nike poster sums up danno's nutritional advice pretty well:
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Old 11-28-05, 09:41 PM   #2
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Heh, heh... that's great! I'd prefer a skimpily clad female cyclist though... Hmmm, ideas for my next photo-shoot!

here's my idear of "Eat Right":



... and "Drink Plenty of Fluids":







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Old 11-28-05, 10:09 PM   #3
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*sigh* I'm teetering here. If you want to keep it off-topic, it'll either be moved or trashed.

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Ok, everything in moderation, 'kay? I like to party, and that's what got me into trouble with my massive weight gain the past 10-years. So... I'm riding a lot more to make up for it!

One thing I do notice though is that with the knowledge and experience from my previous training, I'm getting a lot faster results this time. I used to have a yo-yo effect with my weight over the holidays every single year. Would gain 5-10 lbs over Thanksgiving and another 5-10 lbs over Christmas break. Then in Jan-Feb. I'd have to train furiously in order to lose it by the season-opener. This time around, I'm not pigging out as much so I can keep the weight-loss continuous... since Jan-2004.
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i don't see the above post as being off-topic. lots of vitamins in Jägermeister. and that used to be danno's preferred carbohydrate intake method. sheesh. it's just a funny post starting with what i think is a cool-looking biking poster

so don't yo-yo the weight. business helps. i was on the road on thanksgiving, and couldn't find a single place open. i ended up eating a bag of cheese crackers for dinner. THAT'LL help keep the thanksgiving weight off!
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