8AM - energy levels are lower. 12 hours into the fast. It's time to workout and get some work done.

9AM - noon - focus and energy are less, but my workout went well.

1PM-4PM - My energy and focus plummet. I drank a cup of black tea to try to bolster some resistance to the energy deficit but it was no use.

5PM-7:30PM - The last stretch, has remained the hardest. This has been where my mental capacity, energy, and mood are at their lowest levels. Today in particular, my frustration level started to rise. We will see tomorrow, if this is the rise of hangry. I've held out a lot longer than expected with regards to getting hangry.

7:30PM- FINALLY FOOD!

Today's meal:

Chicken wraps, fries, and a cup of milk☺


Today I was fully ready for the food and ate it all with ease.

1= Can't...go...on

10= LET'S GOOOO!

Energy: 4.5

Strength: 7

Stamina: 7

Focus: 4

1= Just ate about as much food as The Flash

10= Crawling to the kitchen

Hunger: 7

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Updated: Mar 4

8AM - energy levels are relatively normal. 12 hours into the fast. It's time to workout and get some work done.

9AM - noon - energy levels feel higher, workout went smoothly, focus is average.

1PM-4PM - I'm starting to crash mentally but this is nothing new. Early afternoon is where my recharge is necessary. At this point I've had roughly half of a gallon of water and a cup of black tea to refuel my mental processes.

5PM-7:30PM - The last stretch, I've noticed is the hardest. This has been, for both days where my mental capacity, energy, and mood arenat their lowest levels.

7:30PM- FINALLY FOOD!

Today's meal:

Tostada's and a Peanut Butter Banana Smoothie ☺

This combination hit all of my macros for approximately 2000 calories.


Because my workouts are so intense, and typically burn anywhere from 5-1500 calories, I need every bite of these meals. What I'm finding, at least today, is it was actually reaching my limit to eat all of this.


Hypothesis: my stomach will have shrunk at the end of this.

1= Can't...go...on

10= LET'S GOOOO!

Energy: 7.5

Strength: 7.5

Stamina: 6

Focus: 4


1= Just ate about as much food as the Flash

10= Crawling to the kitchen

Hunger: 5

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Updated: Mar 4

If you asked me 3 weeks ago if I were excited about trying this fast, I would have said "no, but I'm curious."


That is a standing thought, not eating for 23 hours is not something I regularly want in my life, but here I sit at the end of day 1 and I'm not feeling bad. I can tell that my body is absorbing the nutrients from this massive meal that was my one and only intake for the day.


How did I fare today? I worked out first thing, drank about half of a gallon of water between the hours of 10 am and 4 pm. Along with that I've had 2 cups of tea, without any sweeteners. The diligence of tricking the body to feeling like it's had something without having anything is an interesting feat. With focus, I had no problems, or felt off or the impending hangry until around 5 PM. I found that I didn't feel light, like I would expect but my focus wasn't as impacted as I expected either.


My meal today, was even technically under what my macros call for. However, it was plenty of food. I sat at about 1800 cal, roughly 200 grams of protein, 60 grams of fat, and 100 grams of carbs.


The goal is to see how this affects my focus, drive, performance, and overall feelings. I'm typically one to function at lower levels when I'm hungry so, I'm curious how the rest of the week will go. Tune in tomorrow for day 2.

1= Can't...go...on

10= LET'S GOOOO!

Energy: 7

Strength: 7

Stamina: 6

1= Just ate about as much food as The Flash

10= Crawling to the kitchen

Hunger: 3

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