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MISSJCISRUNNING
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3/19/08 10:45 P

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Thank you everyone for your suggestions!!!

I have taken what you have said into consideration and have made appropriate adjustments!!! This morning I ran for 45 minutes...my longest time and distance to date!!!

Jackie!!! emoticon

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3/19/08 9:17 P

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protein + carb pre workout for energy, protein + carb post workout for recovery and muscle repair.

Your menu looks ok, but your meal with just a protein and veggies should have a carb. And make sure you have some healthy fats in your diet!

Fruit and peanut butter or protein shakes and nuts make great snacks

I usually eat egg whites, oats and berries before a run, then something like a tuna or turkey sandwich with light mayo and veggies after. SOmetimes I have chicken stirfry after depending on the time of day of my run.

I am in recovery, working on my health, and working on loving myself

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SUSEN_CALGARY
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3/17/08 5:33 P

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Everything I've read on the topic, and everything I've been told by the 3 personal trainers I've worked with over the years has been:

- Eat a LIGHT high-quality carb PRE-work-out
- In order that your body not canabalize itself, make
sure to eat protein POST work-out, so your body
can use that protein to build and repair muscle.

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* Hips - 40.5"
* L.Thigh - 23"
* R.Thigh - 23.25"
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HILLSEEKER50
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3/17/08 5:24 P

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Hi Jackie, I run 4 times a week and ST twice a week. It took me awhile to find the right balance to fuel my runs and stabilize my weight.

I have found that I needed to fuel with more carbs on running days with some protein afterwards for muscle repair. On weight lifting days I always have a protein shake after for muscle repair, but I don't need as much carbs on these days.

Hope that helps!!!

Didi


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Maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle (110-118lbs)

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MOM2BRITTANY
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3/17/08 4:13 P

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I read in Oxygen mag that you should eat mostly carbs before a workout for the energy and then some carbs and protein afterwards to replenish your glycogen stores and help build muscle after ST.

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MISSJCISRUNNING
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3/17/08 4:09 P

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Good Afternoon Ladies!!!

I am posting this question on two team that I am on….Runner’s Café and Eating Clean because I want get opinions from both points of view!!!

I have recently started running and noticed my weight has been fluctuating a little…nothing I am too worried about but I am wondering if I am eating the right things at the right times to maximize my workouts and increase my training outcome!!!

I basically eat 6 times a day but am only really concerned with the first 4 that surround my workout…

Breakfast #1 7:30–Smoothie with Whey protein, almond milk with fruit on gym day (running and ST) and no fruit on non gym day (stationary bike or yoga)

Breakfast #2-10:00 ½ Whole wheat pita with 2-3 oz turkey or eggs with low fat cheese OR ½ cup cottage cheese with mixed fruit and high fiber cereal

Lunch- 1:00 5-6 oz Lean protein and lots of mixed veggies

Mid-afternoon snack 3:30- whichever snack I didn’t have earlier

What do you eat before and after you run/workout??? Does it matter or would it make a difference which snack I eat when…I guess I’m wondering if my carb distribution is beneficial to my workouts???

Any suggestions or input would be greatly appreciated!!!

Jackie!!!

Jackie Chatman, MA, NC
Eating for Wellness Nutrition and Fitnness
Certified Holistic Nutritionist
Www.eatingforwellness.net
www.facebook.com/pages/Eating-for-We
llness/103022173087868




 
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