1] Bodies- Drowning Pool
2] Burn it to the Ground- Nickelback
3] Giving In- Adema
4] Around the World- Red Hot Chili Peppers
5] Till I Collapse- Eminem
6] You're Going Down- Sick Puppies
7] Sabotage- Beastie Boys
8] Blue Monday- Orgy
9] Guilty- Gravity Kills
10] Indestructible- Disturbed
11[ Hey Little World- The Hives
12] Step Into the World- KRS-One
13] Ladies and Gentlemen- Saliva
14] Enter Sandman- Metallica
15] Bulls on Parade- Rage Against the Machine
16] The Last Fight- Bullet for My Valentine
17] Monster- Skillet
18] Step Up [I'm on it]- Maylene & The Sons of Disaster
19] Ratamahatta- Sepultura
20] Goodbye- P.O.S.
thx to everyone for the input
special thx to Unit for helping to gather it all
next we'll get it onto a playlist and get it up for downloading somewhere
comment from a 1/2 IM athlete after we had an interesting conversation about life and 90% effort and where it gets you vs. 100% effort; then i threw it back at him about nutrition and the same idea...this is where we got:
"Well I was 100% on the no bread, pasta & rice. As for sugar, I'm not so sure because days after I ate it I realized maybe I got it through my organic yogurt and/or sauce I had added while BBQg my vegetables. I definitely didn't eat any sugar on purpose, not a lick or sample of anything.
I didn't realize the chasm between 90% & 100% until I did it. I'm a much better person for it; not so much because of where I am today but going forward. It's like when I have quit anything, the 1st two weeks are hardest but I then eventually begin to lose the craving and so too again this time for bread, pasta & rice. I won't forever be 100% but I forever will be greater than 90%. For example, instead wrapping meat & vegetables with a pita or pasta wrap. I'll just wrap with a lettuce leaf.
Also I found the process of 100% made me question everything. At 90%, I didn't think about my intake as much because I knew I was eating well enough "relatively speaking" and therefore any given item wasn't questioned as closely. At 100% I had to think about every thing I was about to eat whether it was acceptable. This world if full of shhIt. Working out is easy, eating healthy is the real work especially when travelling. I have invested so much more time into planning how I'm going to manage to eat healthy and even harder, where to find it but I digress.
Going 100% did leave me wondering; can one:
* Eat too much meat
* Eat to much vegetables
* Eat too much fruit
* Eat too much yogurt
* Eat too many nuts
* Are potatoes acceptable
I ask the first three because for the first two weeks I was hungry all day. I drank water but nibbled non-stop on meat, nuts, vegetables, fruit & yogurt. I didn't gain any weight so I assumed it might be reasonably okay e.g. Other than yogurt I assumed they are not calorie dense.
Now, I don't have as much hunger during the & more importantly don't crave bread, pasta & rice --- thus forever better. Thanks for making me do it.
Training went well except I didn't get any swims in (I accept the consequences of what that will mean race day) and I had to miss one workout (a Z1 workout so hopefully not to influential to a race).
I must confess, I miss my OPT workouts and look forward to getting back into a routine of OPT.