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Day 18 - Is it considered cheating or a boost?

Friday, December 27, 2013

I have a energy problem, well.. a lack thereof. As much as I would love to put in a good 45 minutes to an hour on the treadmill, I just can't seem to go past the 30-35 minute mark. I know it has alot to do with early morning work hours and less than 8 hours of sleep at night, but we have a lot of late nights, early mornings around here. Just last night it was like a carnival in here with the kids being out for the holiday break. I woke up in the middle of the night thinking I overslept. emoticon

Anywho.. I say all of that to get to this. I am considering shopping around for a good supplement to help with my workouts. Nothing too crazy because I already feel like I'm cheating if I use a little boost to get the party started. I know they have all sort of powders and what not out there.. but I'm not a powdery type of chic.

Does anyone out there use a good natural supplement that helps with energy and endurance?
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  • SWEETNEEY
    Maybe you should check with your physician. Are you anemic or have low iron could be causing the lethargy.
    1077 days ago
  • PLATINUM755
    Love the suggestions given by @EXQUISITE. And here's an SP article that may help.

    Top 10 Energy Boosting Powerhouses
    Foods that Pack the Punch

    http://www.sparkpeople
    .com/resource/nutrition_article
    s.asp?id=65

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    1078 days ago
  • EXQUISITEDEE
    Vitamin B 50 and Vitamin D....if you have a good natural/health food store close to home...they will be able to help you with a good vitamin and maybe give you some suggestions.
    Once you get a workout routine in place...you will get some more energy...
    Drinking more water helps your body flush out the toxins .....also if you do a search on sparkpeople you will find some good articles on getting back your energy.
    You can do it Girl!
    1079 days ago
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