It is around a week since the race in Hannover, and this week I started the “real” training again. I felt pretty good all the last week, even 2 days after the race I did not have that normal “after-race-feeling” being tired. But anyhow we decided with Frank that the days after would be “nice and easy”, just to prepare myself for the coming training afterwards. Week passed well, and now the training is on again.
I have been a bit surprised about the recovery after Hannover, and found out, what I made different since last years races. I changed my nutrition to be more bloodtyped focused… Now some of you might have a laugh… and say nonsence…yes, this is what I also said before I was talking with a homeopath in Norway, and a cycling coach for a french youth national team, and reading a book of Peter D’Adamo I tried, and I felt better, and I continued. it is all about eating well, and being well, feeling good, and healthy. Again; having body in all the ways in balance. And when you do this, you can train all you want, and you still feel good, actually great!
What is it the about:
Try to find Peter D’Adamos book, and read it, try the diet for a month, if you feel better than before, it works, if not… just go back to where you started, or to a 3rd way?
The special thing is, that some food is like medicine for you, some food is neutral, and some is directly bad for you. You will get some surprices I tell you.
so: If you want to see if you can get your body even more in balance, and have better traning, energy, sleep ect ect, try this:
1 – get the book, read it
2 – get to know you bloodtype
3 – tell you surroundings that you will try this, why and what it can mean to them, in the testperiod, and also what they get out of it, if it works.
4 – start, and go 100% for 3-4 weeks. It doesnt help, if you do it halfway, then you cannot use it, you need to commit for that period.
5- feel, and have fun. More energy, better digestion, better sleep, more stabile mood and less infections and pain can be the reward
Good luck, and life is good, Kaisa