Bare measured himself at the start of the workout, coming in at 90kg. He split up his training into four sections. He knocked off his cycling first, covering 110km. After the first sweat sesh, he gets some important electrolytes into him. Then he moves onto the run, navigating 20km in two hours. Conditions aren't favourable either, temperature levels are soaring.
After the gruelling workout, Barre consults with his scales. The numbers don't look pretty. The screen reads 86kg.
Naturally, like any big rig, Barre dives straight into a calorie-heavy dish while replenishing his fluids. He also uses a massager to help deal with DOMS.
"I use it for pre-workout sometimes, to warm up," says Bare. "But after the bricks, I use it for 40 minutes for recovery."
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