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2012/03/17 07:56:46 (permalink)

Early morning training/diet

Returning to training after 10 years, so back to being a beginner. looking to train at least 3 times a week, with work/home commitments will mainly have to be first thing in the morning (6-7am) Will probably struggle with getting enough quantities of quality food down my throat, so any advice on supplements would be good. Can anyone recommend 1 supplement that would be a good 'all rounder' for muscle growth? Also any advice on diet for morning training?
 
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    Re:Early morning training/diet 2012/03/18 00:35:43 (permalink)
    What time do you wake up? (will you be having a pre WO meal?)

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    Re:Early morning training/diet 2012/03/18 00:44:01 (permalink)
    Carbs, protein and healthy fats, plus a dose of caffeine. Shredded wheat, skimmed milk, fish oil or flax seed and whey powder with some caffeine pills sounds easy enough to me. The only thing you may have a prob with is that you could be eating to near your training. 
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    Re:Early morning training/diet 2012/03/18 07:36:04 (permalink)
    Aim to wake up 5.45 to 6am and then train as soon as possible. So any advice on what I can eat at this time to enable me to have a quality work asap afterwards
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