When it comes to nutrition, I’m always learning. But, I do have a general idea of how I should eat to perform. I’m constantly looking for ways to eat healthier and get the most nutrients out of what I eat. Since I had surgery on my ankle, I’m more conscious about what I eat and I try to cut out any unnecessary sugars from my diet.
If you are like most people out there in the fitness world, no matter what your goal is, you probably ask a lot of questions about nutrition. As a CrossFit Games athlete, I am asked all of the time about what I eat. I have experimented with a lot of different types of diets or ways of eating.
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“Quick digesting protein and carbs are critical to speeding recovery post-training. Mixing Progenex Recovery with clean sources of carbs like coconut water or the sweet potato and honey combination found in Build is a fantastic way to get your body what it needs.” – Matt Chan