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What do you eat as a pre-workout meal? - 03-05-2015, 04:45 PM

Was wondering what everybody's pre-workout meal is...or something close to it?
   
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1 hour before 50 grams peptopro mixed into a glass of OJ
15 minutes before 3/4cup cream of rice /1ts peanutbutter/3 ts of chocolate LBA's
I then inject 25iu Humalog
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Two scoops Muscle provider
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6oz applesauce

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Was wondering what everybody's pre-workout meal is...or something close to it?
About an hour out I have 1 cup of Oats and 1 cup of Grits
mixed in about 6oz of milk with fruit,,,typically banana or berries.
My commute to the gym I have a STRONG 16oz cup of Coffee.
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I seen this about a year ago from either John Meadows or Shelby Starnes, can't remember which. 3/4c baby rice cereal, 1 scoop protein powder, a little chocolate syrup, and enough milk or water to form a paste. Heat for 1 minute and consume 45min before training. Immediately before training I have a banana and on leg day I throw in a poptart.
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It changes all the time. But usually a smoothie consisting off spinach, pineapple, lemon, oats, whey protein and water.

Other times maybe 4 whole eggs and some cereal.

The other day I had a full English breakfast with a latte and had a great workout afterwards
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Two scoops Muscle provider
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raj, what is Muscle Provider? Is all that made into a drink?


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I seen this about a year ago from either John Meadows or Shelby Starnes, can't remember which. 3/4c baby rice cereal, 1 scoop protein powder, a little chocolate syrup, and enough milk or water to form a paste. Heat for 1 minute and consume 45min before training. Immediately before training I have a banana and on leg day I throw in a poptart.
Yea, I love that meal and it is usually what I will try to consume as my pre-workout meal too. Sometimes it's hard for me to walk over to the breakroom that time of the day because we are usually pretty busy, but if I can, I try to make it.
   
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I seen this about a year ago from either John Meadows or Shelby Starnes, can't remember which. 3/4c baby rice cereal, 1 scoop protein powder, a little chocolate syrup, and enough milk or water to form a paste. Heat for 1 minute and consume 45min before training. Immediately before training I have a banana and on leg day I throw in a poptart.
JM is where I got my rice pudding meal from.
The trick is getting the water amount correct. Could be too watery or mud.

I think the key is having a nutrient rich blood flow and the correct type of carbs to deliver it.

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when i'm pulling over 700 on the deadlift off the floor my pre work out is

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normally i just have 4-6 eggs, in a bowel with mixed potatoes, sour cream, cheese, and salsa. with lots of milk.

then i have a meal half way through my work out cause training sheiko in meet prep can take 3-4 hrs.
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JM is where I got my rice pudding meal from.
The trick is getting the water amount correct. Could be too watery or mud.

I think the key is having a nutrient rich blood flow and the correct type of carbs to deliver it.

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I think your entirely correct. I tried the slower digesting carbs but just didnt feel as good as the faster acting ones. I really like what I do now would say it's similar to yours. I like the poptart on leg night though. Works fast and squats are my first exercise. I do like the mix of moderate and fast carbs, a sustenon of carbs so to speak.
   
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For me it's just what I'm hungry for. Most of the time the wife makes my son pancakes and I end up putting peanut butter on them and finishing them off so they don't go to waste. I'm looking to order some man cakes. I still haven't found a local store to sell them. :-(
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My newest concoction is 3-4 tbsp maca powder, 1 tbsp chia seed, 1 tbsp raw honey, 2 whole eggs plus two extra yokes, vanilla almond/coconut milk, few ice cubes, blended up in the nutrininja......BOOMSHAKALAKA

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Early morning 1 cup oats, 1 scoop nitro tech in 8 Oz skim milk and 6 egg whites/1 yellow

afternoon: 4 McChickens plain and 1 scoop of nitro tech in 8 Oz of Skim milk and whatever oral I'm running at the time
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Thanks everybody for sharing, it's always good to read up on some new ideas. I work in a clinic setting so at that point in the day, the last hour before I am off, it gets pretty hectic on time to even get 5-10 minute to slam something down. If I get time, I usually eat the JM/Shelby concoction with the cream of rice, or i'll have a quick meal replacement bar (or two), or i'll just slam down a whey shake mixed with usually almond milk or water and some fruit and powdered oats with some cocao added in.
   
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Im the only one who cant eat before a workout?
If I have a meal or anything other than something liquid within an hour or an hour and a half of working out I get sluggish and cant get a solid workout in.
Have never liked eating preworkout of any type unless its 2+ hours before hand.
   
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03-06-2015, 11:47 PM

1 1/2 hr pre work out

coffee w/ vanilla lba'so

1cup oatmeal
1 cup egg whites
3 whole eggs
1/2 banana
*blend well
Prepare as a pancake and smother it with vanilla lba's or 1 tbs maple syrup

45 min before
Beef protein isolate protein shake

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About 1.5 hours pre workout I'll have about 9 ounces of either cod, haddock or tilapia broiled.
140-160 gm of wheat pasta (cooked weight)
I'll use a preworkout 20-30 minutes before hitting the weight.


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