Something with protein would be best. I have a smoothie that I make that works great. You need a one serving container of greek yogurt, 3/4 of a cup of frozen fruit, and 6-8 oz of apple or orange juice (the amount depends on how thick or thin you like your smoothies). Blend it all together in your blender and enjoy. You get a ton of protein from the greek yogurt and you get in a serving of fruit.
Fitness Minutes: (6,854)
519 1/26/13 6:43 P
I usually have 1 cup of bran or oat cereal, 1/2 cup of milk and a banana. Then I have another banana about half way through my workout.
Fitness Minutes: (45,095)
5,092 1/26/13 3:18 P
I think you're fine with what you're eating. Since you're already drinking milk, the protein powder probably isn't necessary unless you can't meet your protein goal for the entire day.
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It ultimately doesn't matter. Hit your protein and calorie goals every day. Do it the best way that works for you. If eating a bit before a workout and after is good, do it, if not, don't.
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1/26/13 2:17 P
I usually start my daily workout at 7.30 am till 8.30. Before starting , i drink one cup of milk with one spoon protein powder. After workout, it time for usual brkfast with milk/oats or brown bread/peanut butter plus some fruits or egg boiled.
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