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I am almost to week 3 of Whole 30. I enjoy the plan and food. I've had great results except for fatigue and lactic acid build up with my runs which I've kept to 3 miles or a little more due to running 5 and feeling like I squatted 1,000 lbs for 5 days. Does anyone else get super tired and sore?  I am a personal trainer and centerfield Nutritional Specialist. Not sure why I am not able to perform as well as usual by now. Got any ideas?

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5 hours ago, Rufit4u said:

I am almost to week 3 of Whole 30. I enjoy the plan and food. I've had great results except for fatigue and lactic acid build up with my runs which I've kept to 3 miles or a little more due to running 5 and feeling like I squatted 1,000 lbs for 5 days. Does anyone else get super tired and sore?  I am a personal trainer and centerfield Nutritional Specialist. Not sure why I am not able to perform as well as usual by now. Got any ideas?

We'd need more information on what you're eating, what you're doing for pre and post workout meals etc... if you would like feedback, feel free to post a few days of your food log including as much specificity (portion sizes related to template, specific veggies, fruit, fat, protein, pre and post workout food) as possible and we can take a look.

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1 hour ago, farrellcat said:

Please see a post from my past whole 30 experience under the heading "will I ever be able to run fast again." 

I had read this previously but it was great to read again. I am still slower sometimes but the last two runs have been better. My food has been spot on as well. I had to add more protein as I lift heavy weights too. The bodybuilder in me will not give it up either. Thank you so much. 

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On 10/21/2017 at 3:57 PM, SugarcubeOD said:

We'd need more information on what you're eating, what you're doing for pre and post workout meals etc... if you would like feedback, feel free to post a few days of your food log including as much specificity (portion sizes related to template, specific veggies, fruit, fat, protein, pre and post workout food) as possible and we can take a look.

Thank you. I did check my nutritional info. It appears as if I was spot on. I did find that I feel better if I eat more protein. Last two runs have been better. Thanks again. 

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