ittybittychef Posted January 26, 2014 Share Posted January 26, 2014 Hi, and I hope everyone's Whole30 is going well! I'm a pretty serious mountain biker and rock climber, and eating Whole30 in tandem with my typical training (climbing three times a week and riding three times a week, with one sprint workout weekly) results in really optimal body composition for me. It's helped me get stronger climbing than I've ever been, and I feel great on my bike. My question is this: once I've reached my ideal body composition, how do I stay there? It's not weight that I'm thinking about, it's my lean mass-to-fat ratio. Because once I get really lean and strong, it becomes more difficult for me to make it between meals, and I'm eating until I'm completely satisfied at every meal. I'm wondering if I should increase my carb intake at this point, or if I should increase my fat intake? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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