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OZZY1231 SparkPoints: (611)
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12/2/13 9:12 P

thank you
I really got a good deal on it soo I quess its not to bad.

GYPSYGOTH SparkPoints: (88,812)
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12/2/13 12:42 P

Hi there,
Just looking at a little info online, this would probably be an OK during- or post-workout drink for extreme athletes, e.g. marathoners, competitive swimmers, etc., who have depleted their glycogen (glucose?) stores and legitimately need a quick sugar rush to keep going. If by "hard cardio workout" you mean swimming laps for 4 hours or an all-day hike or an Iron Man, then by all means.
Otherwise I'm afraid this sounds like a waste of your money and liable to encourage diabetes.

Some great post-workout drinks and snacks: A beer (seriously, I read this, LOL), a smoothie with some fruit and yogurt, and apple with peanut butter, cherry tomatoes and cream cheese, ants on a log, pita and hummus... and those won't leave you dying for more sugar in an hour.

emoticon if that was not what you were hoping for!

Edited by: GYPSYGOTH at: 12/2/2013 (12:43)
OZZY1231 SparkPoints: (611)
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12/1/13 11:54 P

I bought this thinking I was buying a good after cardio drink.
does anyone know if this is a good drink will I gain weight I need to lose I wanted to have a recovery drink after my hard cardio workouts.

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