Scotch..it's not just for lunch.
post #61 of 86
1/24/08 at 6:02pm
1- wake up
2- start boiling water and start warming skillet with leftover vegetables and breakfast meat(s) or whatever is laying around in the fridge.
3- put on clothes
4- Use boiling water for french pressed coffee or the caffeine beverage of choice. Add eggs to skillet mix.
5- Start car/load if necessary
6- scramble skillet mix, fold into burritos with beans, cheese, tapatio (or other inferior hot sauce), etc..
7- hit the road, burrito(s) in hand.
If you are efficient and know the timing, you can cook a pretty solid breakfast in passing while doing other things.
I find an 800 calorie breakfast burrito bomb works pretty damn good if it has 30-45 minutes to digest. Metabolically, I don't really feel hunger until I stop skiing for some time, so I just keep skiing and chow a clif bar with adequate hydration sometime around lunch.
:: If that’s the case then you are not seriously skiing. Skiing without proper fuel places you well outside any optimum performance level, leaving your body with the only option of cannibalizing itself. That’s not good. And it’s not fat its aiming at as the body looks inward…it goes after the easier richer diet first…muscle…and its all downhill [excuse the pun] from there. Of course, compounding the need for fuel [at first light and before exercise] is the fact the body normally has starved 6-8 hours overnight. Moral: Make the time and synch the metabolism; eat well, perform well, recover well, rinse and repeat.
You mean to tell me you are not a fan of a neat Johnny Walker Blue?
or even a Chivas Regal for that matter?