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What to eat before a workout?

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I usually have a few ingredients which I play around with. Easy to digest carbs & protein. Yogurt, varity of berries, oatmeal, granola, and nuts. Mixing one with teh other I usually end up with a variety of pre-workout food. Sometimes I make smoothie, other days museli, sometimes forzen yogurt with berries, other days granola bar, and many more. They are not only delicious but also provide amazing energy for my workout. I also told my workout friends about this. Now, we come up with unique dishes by random mixes. It’s fun because I can prepare so many things with few resources. It would be fun to what other people eat as pre-workout meal.

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That’s an intersting idea “Damien Cox”. I usually eat peanut butter with brown bread, banana, apple, egg omlette, or yogurt. When I am too lazy I just have my protein shake. I shall also try the mix and match technique, it sounds pretty interesting.

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