Tim Van Orden´s Quote from Arnolds Interview at W.Fruit Festival:
"I do 105 miles running a week + i do other things other than running.
its about 18 hours a week and i am consuming maybe 2500 calories a day.
2500-2800 calories a day" Here is the interview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90OYUAH-d3A listen at 6minutes 30 !!!
Tim Van Orden, elite stair climber:
"My total daily caloric intake is around 1,500 calories. Far below what sports nutritionists would recommend for someone with my training schedule… and yet I build and carry too much muscle for a runner… figure that one out. "
Maybe Tim Van Orden lives on air or light-energy to become an elite athlete on starvation mode calorie intake. Its impossible to even maintain some fitness on 1500 calories a day. And he talks about doing elite training on 1500 calories a day.
Is Tim Van Orden a miracle man? Is Tim Van Orden a breatharian?
Believing in Breatharianism is the same like thinking george w. bush is a reptilian that shape shifts from to time,
"How would you describe your training program?
I run 6 days a week. Mileage per week is between 45 and 65 miles. The vast majority of my runs (unless mountain trail) are done at a 6:40 to 7:10 pace. Twice a week I'll do a hard run; one being uphill for 20 minutes to an hour, and the other being a "flat" road race at a 5:00 to 5:20 pace. I also incorporate some form of leg strength and leg strength endurance 3 times a week, i.e. stationary bike, elliptical machine, squats, lunges, stairmaster. For the leg strength endurance, I'll engage in an activity at a barely sustainable pace for 15:00 to 25:00 – this simulates the leg burn experienced in a stair climb race."
Running 65 miles a week on 1500 calories a day? Thats insane, Thats impossible.
For me their are only 2 options:
1.Tim Van orden is a breatharian.I dont think thats true.
2. Tim Van Orden doesnt tell the truth about his caloric intake. I dont think thats true either.
Are you as confused as me?
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Because the information they teach can be misleading, confusing or wrong. Discussions prevent people from going down the long and difficult road when there's a short and easy one.
This isn't personal. It's only about information.
Tim's a great guy.
Marcus Patrick Osborne ( http://www.youtube.com/user/PatrickMarcusOsborne )
also eats a diet focusing more on greens and a bit higher in fat and seems to be well and happy