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2006/07/14 21:04:41 (permalink)
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Pre and post workout??

Ority, im planning to do my routine in the morning. Am i right in thinking that a large bowl of porridge an hour before my workout will be ok for post nutrition and straight after have a whey protein shake with 2 raw egg whites in? Then have a normal meal about 2 hours after this? sorry im pretty new to all this. thanks for any help
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    ToxicToffee
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    RE: Pre and post workout?? 2006/07/14 21:16:14 (permalink)
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    welcome to the board

    use the link below to help out

    http://www.muscletalk.co.uk/help_for_posting_your_diet/m_1151933/tm.htm
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    RE: Pre and post workout?? 2006/07/14 21:35:55 (permalink)
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    ok thanks, should have realy read that first. Ok ill lay out a rough time line of my proposed morning schedule. Bit of background i have trained on and off for about 2 years, but pretty much ignored nutrition ( i know, idiot)

    7:00 Get up, have bowl of scottish oats
    (With multi-bonti vitamin)
    8:00 3 grams Creatine ethyl ester HCL
    8:30 WORKOUT (Mark Rippetoes starting strength programme)
    9:15 Whey protein shake with 2 egg whites
    10:00 Morning run

    Then the day goes on with about another 4 meals. Not sure what, im thinking things like pasta and tuna? Thanks for any help, andy
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    RE: Pre and post workout?? 2006/07/14 21:55:42 (permalink)
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    List those meals please.

    We need to see a full day please.

    Also, are you cutting or bulking? ? ?
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    RE: Pre and post workout?? 2006/07/14 22:09:15 (permalink)
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    i realy have no idea sorry, will the morning be a good start though? i know the other meals will be healthy and low in fat but im just not sure exactly what they will be. any ideas in this area also will be awsome as well. thanks andy

    EDIT: sorry i forgot to say im eating enough to build muscle but i wouldnt realy say im bulking or cutting (sorry if that sounds dumb)
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    RE: Pre and post workout?? 2006/07/14 22:17:35 (permalink)
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    hi mate

    i think you have this a bit upside down

    fat is not the enemy, not at all. nor is one meal the only meal to ficus on. breakfast means nothing if the rest of the diet is poor

    spend 10 minutes reading the newbie thread below

    it may become a little clearer
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    RE: Pre and post workout?? 2006/07/14 22:39:03 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the link, again i should have read that The reason im in a muddle is since injuring my knee i had to stop swim training and weights. Now i have put on some weight (well quite a bit, im 5'9 and 12 stone 9 pounds, hardly any of which is muscle). So im thinking i cant eat to bulk. And judging by the link you gave me the old dream of the cut and bulk at the same time doesnt actualy exist!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lol
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