The Benefits of Incremental Carb Introduction

SarahAbsThis is a post written by Sarah Strange, one of the  trainers at Robb Wolf’s Norcal Strength and Conditioning gym detailing her initial love affair with going low carb and then the subsequent struggles she encountered after going low carb for too long.  She even had some unsuccessful trials with Carb Nite and Carb-Backloading which didn’t seem to help her.

The thing that finally worked for her was:

So what am I trying to say with all this? I’m saying that for any of you out there struggling to reintroduce carbs and continually hitting the wall, that carefully measured, small incremental increases a week might just set you free.

While I don’t seem to have the same problems that she describes, I still think it’s worth a read… if anything just to admire her ridiculous abs!

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2 Responses to The Benefits of Incremental Carb Introduction

  1. Jbrah says:

    This woman is fkn JACKED

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