Sleep/Whole30: Day12 – What side of the fence are you?

Sonja Wieck

A Denver area triathlete enjoying every day of swim bike run. Mom to Annie, wife to Troy, and guide to a few brave athletes, I'm always in search of the next adventure.

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7 Responses

  1. Erin says:

    Woo hoo – thanks! I will be getting Well Fed I and II soon :)

  2. Michelle F. says:

    Exactly! I’m so glad you reached out to the Whole30 crew because I think how you are doing your Whole30 is great for you! Every body is different and you are finding the healthiest way for you to eat and perform. Bravo!

  3. Gina says:

    I think that’s awesome that your reached out too! And that she got back to you. And that she was nice; which I always imagined her to be:-) Rock on sister!

  4. Julia says:

    Good work Sonja!

  5. Jenna says:

    Best Recipe –> my FAVORITE cookbook! I use that all the time
    Clean Food –> I have that one too.

    Love them!

  6. Cherell says:

    Thank you, thank you for putting in all this energy to whole30-ish fueling for triathlon training and for putting yourself out there to be analyzed/scrutinized. I need help! I did Whole30 in December, lived it up on New Year’s eve when it ended (wine, chocolate, french food…) and went right back to clean eating the next day. I keep thinking I’ll add in rice or oats but just haven’t needed to so far. Anyway, I’ve started two-a-day workouts again in prep for 70.3s starting in April and I’m at a loss on proper recovery fueling, pre-workout, etc. There’s little info out there for endurance athletes and conflicting info about macronutrients ratios around workouts. Hoping you find a formula that works and can share in future posts! My schedule is tricky – 5 am workouts everyday, another crammed in on my lunch hour at work, so the Whole30 template just doesn’t work for me. I can’t eat at 4:45 am – no way. I’ve been fine during w/ Osmo, bananas & Clif Kit bars but I don’t use much unless I’m doing intervals. Looking forward to your review of the Paleo Athlete – maybe it will be relevant to our sport. P.S. Have followed & loved your blog for years :)

  7. Very cool stuff. Love how you just keep adding to my knowledge through your journey. Thanks for sharing it all here!

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