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MOTIVATED@LAST Posts: 14,732
10/6/11 1:19 A

A post-workout snack (as part of your overall calorie budget), can help refuel your body and keep energy levels up.

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SCOTTGARAN Posts: 2,014
10/6/11 12:06 A

OK give things some time!!! It will take a little while for you body to adjust to all the changes you are doing. Are you including both ST and cardio as well as a clean diet into your program?

Scott

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10/6/11 12:04 A

Well I started last Friday and did Friday and Sat then Monday Tues and Today

SCOTTGARAN Posts: 2,014
10/5/11 11:54 P

You will start to get energy fairly quickly in most settings, but having a little one may also be the problem. Lets face it, kids can tend to have a draining effect on energy!!! LOL How long has it been since you started working out?

Scott

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10/5/11 11:50 P

How long after starting to work out does your metabolism start kicking in to let you have more energy? I'm pumped while I work out and for a few hours after but by mid afternoon I'm ready for a nap with my little one. LOL. Is it okay to nap or best to just keep pushing through so my metabolism will boost up? Sorry if this question seems silly I just am in the land of no clue when it comes to fitness and exercise.

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