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Paleo Diet: Sample Training Schedules

Updated on March 21, 2013

The following is an example of a training schedule that can be followed by athletes.

5:30 AM

You can consume the pre-workout Smoothie for breakfast which is chilled, brewed and with a natural taste. An athlete can also drink green tea with some ripe bunch of bananas. The white part of the egg is very nutritious and contains a high level of proteins. Add some almond butter into the blender to consume it alongside baked yams.

6:30 AM

Go for a three hour bike ride on the gymnasium trainer. As you do that, drink a carbohydrate gel after every twenty five minutes.

9:30 AM

You need to take a drink after the exercise for recovery purposes. At this time take some glucose and cantaloupe. As you do that, do not forget to keep yourself continuously hydrated. You need to drink plenty of water for that purpose.

10:00 AM

The raisins are used to restore the level of alkalinity. In that manner you will be in a good position to recover after a workout. That is the best way to make preparation for the next workout.

11:30 or 12:00 PM

This is the best time for a Paleo diet athlete to consume a grilled chicken. The best part of the chicken must be the breast. This should ideally be accompanied by sautéed asparagus that is laced with flax seed oil plus an apple.

3:00 PM

Chop the egg whites and consume them as you prepare for the second part of your workout. You can consume some carbohydrates as you prepare to start embarking on macronutrient ratio.

4:30 PM

At this time, for sixty minutes go out for a fast and hard workout. Immediately as soon as you are done with the exercises consume some gel as a post recovery action.

5:45 PM

Consume some ripe bananas or any other fruits which are reputed for their high levels of glycemic. The reason for that is to help the athlete in the recovery process.

6:30 PM

At 30 minutes past six in the evening you can consume some salmon on a made of kales that has been steamed. Now mix that with green salad, sliced strawberries, virgin oil, and splash of cold-pressed virgin oil.

Endurance Athlete Sample Menu for Off-Day from Training

6:00 AM Breakfast

Eat a Barramundi placed on bed saluted spinach this should be graced with olive oil and garlic, strawberries and blueberries.

9:00 AM

Drizzle some cold oil of pressed flax seed with steamed broccoli, chopped egg whites as well as sliced oranges.


Eat olive oil mixed with green salad as well as lime wedge. This can ideally be served with grilled chicken, grapes and avocado.

Afternoon Meal

In the afternoon consume some sliced turkey breast that is used as a wrap for lettuce sliced pear and raw almond butter.


The lean meat of Kangaroo kebabs works extremely well for you at this time. This meat must be cooked with red onions and yellow bell peppers which have been left overnight in lemon juice and olive oil. This meal can be accompanied by you favorite herbs. Serve this supper with fresh spinach salad mixed with tomatoes, walnut oil and grilled green onions.


It is hard for a person to choose snacks. You can pick on cinnamon which is dusted with sliced apples. Next slice an apple and toss it in the lemon juice prevents the oxidation process. After doing all that sprinkles some cinnamon to crown it all. Now you are ready to start enjoying your snack in a cup with herbal tea to match with it.


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      Rebecka Vigus 

      6 years ago from Nancy KY

      How does this diet work for a diabetic? Three hours seems like a rough way to start a work out. I walk daily....anywhere from 1.5 to 3 miles.


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