Noticing most are doing solid Huel only and that’s actually not my intent so I am curious if I am “wrong” and should reconsider. Long story short, I’m a personal trainer and fitness competitor with an Insane schedule… I work with Veterans (9-5), train clients outside of those hours and fit my own workouts in daily around my schedule. I do meal prep but honestly there are some days I am so slammed with work that I miss or end up having to double up on meals to get it all in.
Or worse, someone eats me prep!
So I found Huel looking for something allergy safe for me that I can tote with me or grab and go. I switched out a solid prep meal at “lunch” the past 2 days since my order came in and am finding it’s really solid to where I might need to cut the volume but lines me up for a killer afternoon workout.
I eat 4-5x a day depending if it’s a training day or recovery day and my macros are pretty dialed in so Huel fitting as well as it does was a huge relief. Just want to make sure I’m utilizing as well as I can be. Coming off a nasty injury has me behind the 8 ball for this spring so I have to look to summer and see if I can make up the ground or if I have to make the harder decision to hold and compete next year. I broke an ankle in October and with oral prednisone for it staying inflamed as well as cortisone I unfortunately came up more in weight than I would have hoped with no cardio restrictions.