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  • Lynn at Montreal

    3 years ago


    Hello all, my 7 days reboot went very well. The fungal, bateria, allergy, and eczema which plagued me for more than 3 months now are steadily going away. And when yesterday I finished my 7th day, I can be off the medicine and decided to resume my running from next week.



    But I still have question, for the past 7 days, I was rebooting for the healing, and what I consumed and worked on me were deep green leefy vegetables and of course some fruits, but mostly veggies and I was staying home recovering. Now I will again start to my routine 10 -12KM run every other day, what should I eat and drink in the morning, before the running, that will supply enough calory, and water, that I wont faint because of low blood sugar, and dehydrate, because you know, the veggie drinks are very condensed.



    Thank you all, hope to hear from you.



    Lynn

  • Michael

    3 years ago

    Congrats on the success of the 7 Day Reboot Lynn! Joe's book 101 Juice Recipes has "active" juice recipes. I'm training for a 100 mile race which I plan to run on juice only. I have been using Pineapple/Cucumber juice, Sweet Pepper/Orange juice and Grape/Coconut Water juice. I have completed two (2) marathons and several 16 - 20 mile runs on these juices alone. I posted the recipes on another post below. I look for juices with 200 - 300 calories (12 oz) per hour. Yes, most are more fruit heavy but I want the sugar and potassium. I use Tailwind for my sodium. I have tried several juices... the above seem to sit well in my stomach. Experiment!

  • Michael

    3 years ago

    Here's a link on Fitness and Juice... http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/fitness/juice-and-exercise/

  • Lynn at Montreal

    3 years ago

    Thank you Michael

  • W36BR

    3 years ago


    Hello, I am on my first day of reboot (I am already a semi-vegetarian but eat too much sugar and cheese) and right now have been running 8-10 k three times a week. I used to be a pretty decent runner (3 marathons, lots of 10ks), but since a bad tendinitis in 2012 I am struggling to regain my form.



    So my question is will I be able to keep on running even though I will not be getting as many calories? I am not looking to PR right now or anything, but I would like to keep running at least the same amount I am running now and also keep my walks.



    Thank you guys for your help and please excuse any mistakes :)

  • Michael

    3 years ago

    Hi W36BR... wishing you a fast recovery on the tendonitis. I struggle with a little plantar fasciitis myself. Based on my experience, you'll be fine with running those distances 3 x a week while rebooting. If you feel hungry after your run have a juice and some water! Happy Running and Juice On!

  • W36BR

    3 years ago

    Hello, Michael, thank you for your encouragement. I went for a 9 k run this morning and felt a little tired, but I guess that was expected since my body is still getting used to not receiving as many calories as it used to.

    Thank God my tendinitis got better, but I still have to be careful with it. Not running too long or on consecutive days now.

    A few years ago I was also playing a lot of tennis and ended up with a never healing plantar fasciitis. Boy, did it hurt when I got up in the morning! After months of pain it finally got better when I ditched my nike vomero´s and started stretching more and doing shiatsu.

    I hope you get better soon! Did you experience extra thirst while running? I never carry wter with me, but today I got really thirsty midway in my run (and it was a very cool day for our tropical standards).

    Have a nice day!

  • Michael

    3 years ago

    I always carry a water bottle. Sometimes it has juice, sometimes water, sometimes coconut water. If it is extremely hot out I may carry one in each hand. One to spray on my head and one to drink from. Handhelds took a few runs to get used to but now I feel naked without one... just became habit.

  • AFeskimo

    3 years ago


    http://go.shr.lc/1fnsQH0








    Moonjoggers....in case anyone wants an event without having to travel, etc.

  • Larsdk

    3 years ago


    hii all fellow runners..:)..



    i have been running for almost 4 years now, did my first marathon in may and since a couple of 1/2 marathons. my latest thing i trailrunning.:)...



    how can you guys feel the "reboost" on your energy and run?






    looking foreward to hear from you..:).



    all the best from denmark

  • AFeskimo

    3 years ago


    I am a part of the Moon Joggers event online, and I just wanna say, I have logged 101 miles as of today, in one year! Small thing for you marathoners, but hey, it's huge for me!!!!

  • Michael

    3 years ago

    Good Work AFeskimo!

  • valiantjuice

    3 years ago

    I would love to join such a thing! I've never heard of it before. This is all very helpful!

  • kristif815

    3 years ago


    Ex and future runner here.

    It's been a few years since my last race, because I use to run 3-4 days a week. Slowly I fell off of my routine, and life happend. My mom passed away, I moved a few times, and I lost focus on what was important... ME.



    Now after gaining back 60 pounds (I had lost 50 while running and eating well) after 5 years of being on and off track, I need help. This whole year I have been healing a back injury that caused me to lose my new job (I do hair and have been doing hair for 20 years) in a new city. The last few months I have been able to walk again, most of the time without a limp now. :)



    As time goes on and I get the okay from my chiropractor, I want to get back to running, and racing. It was always a love hate thing for me, but I felt so good when I was done with a run.

    Right now my goal is 5 miles a week walking, and work my way back up to running eventually.



    I'm thankful there is a group of juicers doing this and look forward to learning from you.

  • lublue

    3 years ago


    Tonight i'm making grape and Kale juice for Ella Mae & zoodle soup for the Mighty Mouse. The grape & kale turned out great! I roasted a spaghetti squash which the Mouse loves, and I'm subbing that in for carrots and zuchinni.

  • lublue

    3 years ago


    I'm not a runner, but i box. It's 5:30 am class and I do it for myself, for exercise, for sanity, but not for sport! I have to get up at 4:30 am to get there on time, but it's so worth it...



    My daughters love our juicer. They adore it. And I want to help keep them healthy, and make myself healthy.



    And I *really* want that glow. You know the glow i'm talking about!

  • Michael

    3 years ago

    I love boxing... best workout ever! Keep up the good work and Juice On!

  • LittleBexFieldmouse

    3 years ago


    Hello!!

    My name is Bex and I am from the UK! I am on Day 1 of a 7 Day Juice Reboot!!! And truth eb told I am hungry already! And I HATE coconut water! AND the toilet is my new best friend!! I am in this group cos I am a runner too! Hooray! But recently my times of races have slipped WAYYYY back!! My marathon PB is 4.34 (in Liverpool- BEST MARATHON EVER) but now I struggle to break 5...My half is 2.04 and now it is more like 2.17...My 10k is 54 mins but now I can't break the hour!!! I did have some time off due to an injury but been running the best part of a year again now!! Do you think if I use this juice reboot to change my diet, it will help my race times?? I have time goals for each of the distances mentioned above which at one time were do-able but now are more laughable!! Will juice rebooting etc help xxx

    Thank you Juice Runners xxxx

  • AFeskimo

    3 years ago


    Day 6, down 6 lbs, can't complain! Trying to get back into 10k shape, I am done with half marathons (6 was plenty, unless there's a really awesome medal, then I might make another go.Maybe.) I find that if I walk/job after work (about 6PM) I am wide awake until 1 AM. Anyone have any ideas how to combat this?

  • Free Fall

    3 years ago

    Congrats - keep up the good work! With respect to the sleeping schedule check to see if you are consuming any caffeine. It comes in multiple forms. If you are having a tea in the evenings make sure it is herbal/ caffeine free. Next try creating a relaxing routine and environment for sleep - no tele or electronics. Lastly, give meditation a try! You might be surprised!

  • arickarohrman

    3 years ago

    Have you tried running in the mornings instead? It's a pain in the butt to wake up earlier but it helps me feel more awake during the day and sleep better at night. If I work out at night I can't just take a shower and go to sleep, that energy stays with me for hours.

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