Sounded better than last vid I think.
Walking bike is what I try to avoid at all costs. Going up hills sucks. I'll get my bicycle out next week. I'm not looking forward to the hills though
I think my new diet plan is gonna be avoid the bread and easy on the potatoes
I never liked bread as a kid anyways, and usually even now, when I get a sandwich somewhere, I find it too bready. But I eat it anyway. Fok that, no more!
Thanks IAG. I'm actually thinking about dropping keto and going back on Noom. Eating keto all the time is a bit of a pain, and I think I have a potassium deficiency right now. Nothing bad but I need to look into it.
I can manage to do strict keto right now because we're still in lockdown up here, but once we're all vaccinated I don't think I'll be able to. You can't really cheat on keto, it defeats the purpose. Noom is a lot more forgiving and sustainable.
I use Carb Manager 90% of the time. Certain days I'll double-log into MFP which seems to have more complete nutritional data.
I do have to fill in data from time to time. Again, we're still in lockdown here so it's the ideal period to nerd out on shit like that. I want to maximize my dieting stuff for as long as we have to stay home. Once cottage season is open and we start driving around, I dunno that I'll be able to be as strict with myself.
I took an alternate route up one of the hills that defeated me yesterday - turns out there's a gravel path that leads up to the cemetery at the top. I managed to climb it without stopping. Strava informs me that I rank 95th out of 104 timed attempts. Guessing that fat/slow people don't ordinarily time themselves (but I also strongly suspect that the top 10 is full of ebikes... all the top times hover around 18.6mph / 30km/h.
Nothing interesting happens, it's just pretty. Watch at 2x speed if you dare.