3 rounds of:
7 dumbbell bench presses
5 strict L pull-ups
Row 1,000 m for time
Post total dumbbell load as a percentage of body weight, and post row time. | Compare to 190123.
Michael Eades, MD, revisits a seminal study from 1992 by Samuel Klein and Robert Wolfe on the metabolic effects of carbohydrate restriction and fasting. Klein and Wolfe determined their results “demonstrate that restriction of dietary carbohydrate, not the general absence of energy intake itself, is of fundamental importance in the adaptive response to short-term fasting” and claimed their study “underscores the importance of carbohydrate intake for normal fuel homeostasis." Eades explains why their findings led him to different conclusions but confirmed that he was “on the right track using a low-carb diet to help ... obese, diabetic, and otherwise metabolically deranged patients.”Read MoreRevisiting “Carbohydrate Restriction Regulates the Adaptive Response to Fasting”