Tanto per capire che se beviamo in moderazione siamo in buona compagnia
Hal Korner: When asked what his typical taper looked like he responded, “One beer a night.” Therefore, we can safely assume he’s a 2+ guy.
Anton Krupicka: In a blog post posted on April 15, 2013, Anton responded in a comment the following: “Alcohol is a take-it-or-leave-it kinda thing for me. I drink plenty of beer socially but have never developed much of a taste for the hard stuff (probably a good thing). I probably have some beers two or three times a week but rarely ever have more than three or four drinks or so in an evening. At this amount I’ve felt basically zero affects the next morning. I’ve never felt the need to completely cut out alcohol, and it’s honestly something I’ve never even thought about. But, as you can see, I’m not exactly binging or anything.”
Sage Canaday: The recent winner of Lake Sonoma is on record at 5280.com saying, “For me, having a drink is about mindset. I have at least one beer, maybe two, at dinner most nights. It doesn’t matter if I have a hard workout the next day or an ultramarathon. It’s become one of my traditions, a ritual, because it puts me in a more relaxed state.”
Candice Burt: “I enjoy a good IPA microbrew on a regular basis. Enjoy doesn’t quite cover it, I love a good IPA. When I want to run my best though, I cut out alcohol. It’s not that I think it is bad. I just find that I don’t get in other key calories when I drink because beer and other alcoholic drinks fill me up pretty quick. That’s not to say that I don’t have a beer here and there. No rule should ever be followed so closely that it takes the fun out of an experience!”
Ian Sharman: “I certainly enjoy more beers than are healthy for me sometimes. I could probably be a better runner if I didn’t drink, but the same applies for other imperfect aspects of my diet, like eating some processed foods and drinking Coke Zero. However, life’s too short not to enjoy it, and I think I generally have a good balance.”
Stephanie Howe: “I definitely don’t need beer to feel relaxed and happy, but it sure does exaggerate those feelings. Plus, I think having a drink is a very social thing … it’s a good way to connect with others.”