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2/7/13 3:54 P

whey protein smoothie or tuna salad with bean sprouts and romaine lettuce .. or salmon... you want protein

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2/7/13 3:32 P

Hooray for (step)sisters as built-in workout buddies! My sis and I have started a Wednesday night hooping class, and after it, we make some dinner and watch Modern Family. Last night it was a really simple baked salmon and stir-fried veggies. It took five minutes to prepare and 15 to cook, and it was the perfect amount.

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2/7/13 3:02 P

Whatever you do, make sure it's got protein! After a good workout, I need protein and carbs for recovery. You could go with some quick and easy stir fry. You could even prepare it ahead of time so that it's just pull out, heat, and eat! (Saves time.) There's endless variety (I'm doing orange pork tenderloin stir fry myself for dinner tonight!)

KTIKAL Posts: 75
2/7/13 2:25 P

Hi Everyone!
So tonight my step sis and I are going to Zumba and we like to have dinner too and watch some netflix afterwards. (Class is at 7.. over at 8.. bedtime is 9..) I don't like to eat a big meal before i workout so i already planned on a yogurt or peanut butter toast, but for AFTER the workout i'm stuck.
I want to make us something good and light but generally good for an after workout meal. Not even a full meal. I was thinking a smoothie of some sort but I was wondering if anyone had any other suggestions? Since i go to bed around 9pm, I don't want to eat a super filling over powering meal, but i do need something good for recovery.

Any and all suggestions!! Thanks :)

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