i was wondering how your conditioning looks like and your diet?
Most of that info was in that thread I linked. This was what I posted for daily diet during that time.
2 scoops of whey in milk
1 fiber one brownie (Every 3 days I go with a cup of oatmeal instead to avoid slipping into ketosis)
1lb of meat
1 bag of salad or 1lb of veggies
Some sort of 100 calorie thing
Similar to 1030 meal
Same as 0630 meal
I was doing zero conditioning at that point in my training since I was eating so little and losing weight. I save my conditioning work for the off season, when I am eating more and recovering better. These days, for conditioning, I’m big on applying the Tabata protocol to big compound movements ala Dan John. Right now, I’ll do tabata log clean and press, axle clean and press, front squats, safety squat bar squats, stone trainer, etc. I’ll generally pick a movement that is similar to one I trained the prior day to aid my recovery (ie: if yesterday was press day, I’ll do clean and press. If it was squat day, I’ll do squats).
If it’s not tabata work, I like to drag a sled or go for a walk, something low intensity that helps with recovery. Every once in a while, I’ll do a 15 minute circuit workout where I go for as many rounds as possible with some movements (right now I like doing KB swing to dip to chin, repeat).[/quote]
Obviously what you’re doing is working great but I have a question. Why do you want to consciously avoid Ketosis?