Targeted Ketogenic Diet — The best low carb diet for sprinters, boxers and MMA fighters

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22 thoughts on “Targeted Ketogenic Diet — The best low carb diet for sprinters, boxers and MMA fighters”

  1. Thanks for the commentary!
    Good Lawd!
    no wonder I've had little to no energy and tired out so fast during my tabata and jump rope cardio HIIT sessions!
    I was thinking that I was just out of shape but after watching your video
    Now it totally makes sense!
    I've been doing it backwards! I've been following the old school fitness advice of NOT taking carbs before a work out ( because they say it halts fat burning) and work out fasted, then take fast acting high-glycemic carbs AFTER the workout to refill glycogen but the TKD protocol actually makes more sense for explosive high intensity training while staying keto!
    Thanks again for the advice 🙂

  2. Hi, I´m a 21-year-old 1500 meter track runner and student. I´ve been doing Keto for 4 months, I decided to enter to Keto because of my GERD problem (which now is 80% better), but also I wanted to be in ketosis for most of the time, because of its brain and body benefits.
    I train six or seven days per week, from 1:30 to 2:00 hours, all days in the morning, and in every training, I have an explosive phase (mostly exercises with weights or technical jumps); to exercise muscle reaction and proper technique, followed by a resistance to velocity phase (running 3-8 km at a high intensity ); to exercise endurance.
    My explosiveness for the explosive phase and my acceleration for the resistance to velocity phase has been damaged a lot from this way of eating, most of the days I just can´t take these exercises to the next level of intensity, I think this happens because fat is just not as efficient as glucose for anaerobic exercises. I really love the state of ketosis and how my body and mind feel all the time (I really don't want to go back to a high carb way of eating, my overall state would be just inferior).
    I've been doing research on how can I change this, and it seems that there is a way in which I can be benefited by the high-fat way of eating most of the day and also be benefited by carbs when I do my training, this seems to be called "Targeted Keto"
    You seem to know a lot of this, where can I start to study this specific diet for me to implement it in an efficient way on myself?
    I really hope you can help me. Greetings from Spain.

  3. I made a schedule for dividing the day in 2 parts, doing 3 trains in each part, totaling 6 trains in 1 day:
    06:00: Wake Up
    06:30: aerobic training, (using endogenous ketones.)
    07:30: (ingesting hight glucose sources).
    08:30: anaerobic training, (using glucose.)
    09:30: (ingesting exogenous ketones.)
    11:30: aerobic training, (using exogenous ketones.)
    12:30/18:00: (SLEEP's JEJUM 1)
    18:30: aerobic training, (using endogenous ketones.)
    19:30: (ingesting hight glucose sources).
    20:30: anaerobic training, (using glucose.)
    21:30: (ingesting exogenous ketones)
    23:30: aerobic training, (using exogenous ketones)
    00:30/next day: (SLEEP's JEJUM 2)

  4. Can I and is it adviseable to do this on my first week of keto? Currently on Day 4 but feeling flat and weak at practise. Canadian National badminton here and my speed training and conditioning has suffered on this minicut (which is to be expected anyways from cutting calories); I feel flatter and slower than when I simply cut calories on high carb but energy outside of training was low with crashes

  5. What you think about low gi carbs? They can give you carbs and maybe don't kick you out of ketosis ?

  6. Sometimes I train for like 2 – 3 hours for one session a day. One banana will not be enough. What would u advice ?

  7. Thanks brother! I faught in the past, gained weight, gallbladder removed and what not. I did keto I'm back and back to my weight but the explosive reaction time I had is gone. If it's not intense boxing i can go on forever but i need to be explosive when I fight. So I have options. You can reach out to me @keto_dude _sal on Instagram. I have a fight this year and looking for more knowledge. Keto alone is easy but 2 work outs a day..not as good for performance.

  8. I just had some sweet potatoes ..2 beef Patty's and 5 liver tablets from Universal. I'm gonna lift in an hour. would you say that's a good targeted meal since I don't have dextrose? also I took 2 table spoons of extra virgin olive oil.

  9. I'm cutting by doing cal deficit, SS cardio first thing in morning and my first calories are 45grm carbs from karbolyn and 10grm from dextrose right before I start the weights. After that, I don't typically do a post workout, I'll wait an hour or two and eat only fats and protein. This is very sustainable eating pattern,and only need to adjust calories to change bf composition. While doing this I have a similar appetite as when I was fat adapted on keto but working out is more fun with carbs.

  10. I like the fact you are "results focused" and not an ideologue. If your high intensity workouts are not multi-hour (e.g. 4 hour high intensity bike cycling), have you tried consuming high-glycemic carbs (mainly sugars) immediately after your high intensity workout (instead of before as described in the video)? The thought is that you have enough glycogen stored in your liver and muscles to carry you through your workout and only them afterwards as replenishment. Thank you for your channel and videos.

  11. Doing steak and eggs with one meal on 72-96.. I'm considering switching to anabolic diet , but 5 day doing Vince's bulking course meal plan, Saturday-Sunday carb up? What do you think?

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