In a short five days, the first month of our nutrition challenge will be in our rear view. At the same time, many of you are about to wrap up your Whole30 and really, really ought to go re-read my post about what to do next. Hopefully, you don’t have the day marked off as an unofficial holiday and don’t plan to do the complete opposite of what you have done right for the last 30 days. However, if you were planning on a binge cheat day to end all cheat days, I’m here to advise you to hold those horses!
Look, I know for some of you the adjusting of poor nutritional thinking may be tougher than for others. There may be years of bad habits to work against and that is a large part of the reason behind a 90 day challenge, instead of a 30 day sprint. The goal for this Nutritional Challenge is to make these better habits a part of your daily life, rather than a temporary shift. This doesn’t mean you’ll never eat again! It just means that you’ll be aware of what it does to you, how it makes you look, feel and perform and can make a conscious decision whether or not it’s worth it.
Bench Press 3×5/Wendler
Back Squat 3×5/Wendler
Max Rep Strict Pull-ups