January 16, 2020

IKSC Weekly Link Blast: January 16, 2020

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IKSC Weekly Link Blast: January 16, 2020

I let myself get behind, so this one will be a little sooner than an actual week. Going to continue to get these up on Thursdays. Not going to stress if I get behind a day, but that day seems to be a slow fitness news day so it is a good recap.

This article is targeted to runners, but I think it applies equally to lots of other recreational sports.
Why Runners Should Weight Train

I don’t care if anyone necessarily “tests” their athleticism by measuring their times, but the 90 seconds to 2 minutes of max exertion on a rower is a great conditioning tool. One thing I like is that it never seems to get easy, and I don’t think that there is a huge skill component that is going to make it easier.
500m Rows

I supplement with 10,000iu per day of D3 in the winter and 5000iu in the summer, as well as making a point to get as much sunlight as possible. I use liquid gel caps. I don’t have a preferred brand. I usually just get what’s on sale at RiteAid. Can’t be sure about anything with supplements, but I know deficiency in this vitamin is an epidemic.
Vitamin D

Intermittent fasting is finally getting into the mainstream. I’ve been doing this since 2008, when I found The Warrior Diet by Ori Hofmekler, which kind of gave me “permission” to do what felt good, rather than what most sport nutrition sources recommended. In 2013 I made it a point to fast once per week for 24 hours. I don’t know if I really got much more out of it other than going several hours between meals every day. Currently, I eat my first meal about 2 p.m. every day and then eat dinner at about 9 or 10 at night, and then on weekends I usually just eat one big meal in the late afternoon or evening. It’s worked for me for the past few years.

Video of the Week: Adjustment to the leopard crawl. Also note, head up. Eyes always lead.

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