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I am in my fourth round of Walk Strong 2.0 and loving it. I am beginning to feel I’ve mastered the routines. There is always something new to be learned and it is good to see that repetition makes progress! Is there a phase IV? You´ve been launching new challenges and I am not sure whether they are planned as a sequence to Walk Strong or not. I feel like doing it all, but I know I don’t have the time for that, so I have to choose between continuing the previous program or pausing it and doing the challenge.
I didnt get a calendar either and I am having problems finding the calendar as well. This website is not very user friendly.
This is regarding Megan’s question from a few hours ago. I have the same problem. No matter what I try for breakfast…oatmeal, greek yogurt, egg, I am still hungry again by 10 or 10:30a. I tried to ignore it, but then by lunch I was starving and ate way too much, or I wouldn’t bring a snack to work and then ended up going to the machine and buying the wrong things. I just decided to give into it and I eat a small amount of almonds, or a greek yogurt and I also drink plenty of water at my desk, which seems to help a lot. I also cut back on my caffeine in the morning, just now down to that first cup and that seems to help cut my hunger also.
Your answer really did help very much.
Thank you 🙂
Totally random question, but is there some reason why I might be sweating more as I level up in fitness? I was wondering if there is some physiological reason such as “You’re getting more muscle mass and it’s harder to move more muscle so therefore you sweat more.” I don’t think it’s being more hydrated or warmer ambient temperatures. Not a worry, just curiosity!