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    Silly question...

    When Skiploading do you guys eat hourly? Do you eat as much as you want or is it still controlled like your meals are during the week (except predominately carbs)?

    I did my first skipload last saturday. I really enjoyed it but found that it seemed to be very high maintenance to eat at the top of every hour for the window of time that I set aside (9 hours)

    All opinions welcome...thanks!

    -BTH

  • #2
    You don't eat hourly, typically you eat for a specified number of hours until you feel full. I am by no means a skipload expert, but my interpretation is to go by feel and eat to consume as many grams of carbs, with smaller portions of protein and minimal fat. Once the window is over then go back to normal eating.

    Some vets should have more informed answers but that is a start. You should watch the Longevity DVD and really listen to what Skip has to say as he outlines Skiploads in very good detail.
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    • #3
      I eat as I feel like it. Sometimes I stuff myself and don't eat anything for 3-4 hours.. Other times I snack non-stop.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by mentalflex View Post
        You don't eat hourly, typically you eat for a specified number of hours until you feel full. I am by no means a skipload expert, but my interpretation is to go by feel and eat to consume as many grams of carbs, with smaller portions of protein and minimal fat. Once the window is over then go back to normal eating.

        Some vets should have more informed answers but that is a start. You should watch the Longevity DVD and really listen to what Skip has to say as he outlines Skiploads in very good detail.

        Thanks Kris, I know I need to watch his DVD on it, I've been meaning to get to that. Lately I've been coming home from the gym and passing out. DC does me in!! LOL

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        • #5
          Originally posted by fade View Post
          I eat as I feel like it. Sometimes I stuff myself and don't eat anything for 3-4 hours.. Other times I snack non-stop.
          I like this approach....allows me to be a gluttenous pig if I want with the carb sources. Mmm

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          • #6
            Originally posted by fade View Post
            I eat as I feel like it. Sometimes I stuff myself and don't eat anything for 3-4 hours.. Other times I snack non-stop.
            ^^^ This! Although i try not to stuff myself because if i do, i'll go hard and then have a hard time recovering for the next meal or two or three. :Cry:
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            • #7
              This is specifically why SKIP uses time windows instead of meals. It's pretty much get as much as you can in during the window. It covers meals and the grazing in-between 'em. but for me, I have better skiploads if I eat big-but-not-too-big meals and grazy a good amount too.
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