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3/4/13 6:37 P

Cottage cheese apple on spinach

KILLRBEE18 SparkPoints: (38,835)
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3/4/13 6:16 P

To all,
thank you for your comments. @ Coach Jen -- the article was great -- I have saved it for future use-- thanks again!

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 65,457
3/4/13 4:06 P

Here's an article about pre-workout nutrition that you might find helpful:

(It also has a link at the bottom to post-workout nutrition if you're interested.)

Hope that helps,

Coach Jen

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3/4/13 3:51 P

Sometimes I do not eat at all. but last night I ate a pear first.

BETHANN34 SparkPoints: (4,882)
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3/4/13 3:42 P

I would like some ideas on what to eat before & after workouts too please. I just joined the gym this past weekend so really don't have a clue. Thanks in advance!!!

KILLRBEE18 SparkPoints: (38,835)
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3/4/13 2:58 P

I have been getting up early (0350) to do my daily workout (mostly cardio). Unfortunately, it is a tab to early to fire up the grill to cook me some breakfast. Can anybody give me some quick, easy, good and tasty ideas to eat prior to working out (I want it to give me energy)? So far, I usually toast a wheat English muffin with a tbs of peanut butter and I drink my water (prior and during my workout)? That alone has been amazing-- I can't believe how much energy I have when working out? I also wanted to add, after my workout and after arriving to work; I usually have a cup of coffee, with a piece of fruit, and a bowl of oatmeal at my desk (so I do eat a good breakfast) -- just throwing that out!!!

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