Dating a triathlete book
I've wanted to try it out for awhile now, and I finally went for it last week.I wanted to use a smaller "test" group before trying this with a class of 35 eighth graders, so I tried it with our resource reading classes first.) Lauren Antonucci for her top nine rules for beginner triathletes looking to maximize their training. Although we’ve heard this over and over, sometimes you get busy and the produce is the first thing to slip out of your diet. Losing five pounds in 5–6 weeks is possible, 10 pounds in two weeks is not. Consume half a gram of carbs per pound of body weight, and 15–20 grams of protein within 30–60 min after training sessions or races. Follow the 10 percent rule no matter what your nutrition and health goals are: Simply put, 10 percent of your total daily calories can come from splurges, treats or desserts. Two minutes per day is enough time to pack two nutritious snacks, and will save you hundreds of unwanted calories that you’d end up eating if you were not prepared with your own. Avoid foods that are high in fat and fiber for both your pre-race dinner and morning-of breakfast to keep your gut happy during the race. Eat breakfast 2–3 hours before your race to allow ample time to consume adequate calories and digest them before you toe the starting line.She shared advice she gives many of her multisport athletes through her business Nutrition Energy in New York City. Keep a food log for 3–5 days at least twice per year for a nutrition “reality check.” Seeing your habits written down may clue you in on what you might be missing or going overboard on. Eat carbs, every day, with most meals and always before and after workouts. Eat 2–3 fruits and 4–6 veggies per day to optimize your weight and nutrient intake. When you’re looking to shed weight, slow and steady really does win the race, especially when you’re eating to support your training. This keeps your glass of wine, square of dark chocolate or ice cream cone guilt-free, but also within your nutrition budget. Here’s how I’ve put together this activity: I always get great feedback from teachers and students with this activity…they love it!By the final round, about half of the students will typically have a book that they want to check out.Additional resources: Printable Speed Dating notes sheet (free from Librarian Vickie at TPT) Other ways to speed date with books: "Book Speed Dating"--The Mighty Little Librarian-- This one is very similar to mine, except in this one, the students stay put and move the boxes of books. This one gives alternatives to calling it "Speed Dating" and provides links to book speed dating-related printables.
DK’s relationship and dating books can show you how to nurture a fulfilling and loving intimate relationship.Students with a spade or club (black card) get a "sour face" at the end of their book date (a warhead candy). Next time, we'll get to squeeze in more rotations since I won't have to take time explaining how it works.Best of all, they were introduced to LOTS of new books and genres!So I try to do as much as possible to talk to my students about what they’re reading and help them find books that will get them hooked!One activity that I’ve found to be extremely successful this year is a round of “Book Speed Dating.” I know that this is an activity that many librarians have done for years…it’s tried and true for a reason!