For several years, I have been experimenting with calorie and carbohydrate cycling, meaning specifically timing calories and carbs during a 24-hour period. Recently, I heard about a fascinating and very compelling study that may be useful for you to consider, in which you eat all of your carbohydrates at the end of the day.
Have you been dieting for a long time, eating the same foods, and doing the same workouts, and not seeing much, if any movement, in the scale or mirror? If so, know that you are not alone, as this is more common than you think. And it is not that you are doing something wrong, necessarily. Sometimes, to break a plateau, you just have to flip everything over and do the opposite.
For those not familiar with the sport of sumo wrestling, the winner of a sumo match is the first wrestler to force his opponent out of the ring, or the first wrestler to force his opponent to touch the ground with any part of his body other than the bottom of his feet. Elite sumo wrestlers typically weigh in between 300-500 pounds. These athletes are extremely large men, with immense strength and surprising quickness and agility. Today’s article explores their daily nutrition.