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2014/10/31 22:32:47 (permalink)

Warrior Rage any advice about this sup please

Hi, I'm thinking of taking Warrior Rage along with Warrior Bulbine. I've seen the directions and have concerns about Rage.
It says take Rage 20 mins before training ideally on an empty stomach and to avoid eating food or consuming a protein shake one hour before.
Due to my work and family commitments I have to get up at 5am to train. So this means waking at 5am, having a 30 mins to have breakfast before hitting the weights around 5.30/5.45am. I have my own weights so just train in my garage. If I took Rage as soon as I wake up then consumed my breakfast and protein would this be alright or is it going to have adverse effect on me. My training lasts around one to one and half hours tops as I have to shower and get to work by 8am.

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    Re: Warrior Rage any advice about this sup please 2014/10/31 23:28:39 (permalink)
    they all say that mate.
     
    ideally take on a empty stomach for best results. Id always have it after ive eaten not take it then eat.



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    Re: Warrior Rage any advice about this sup please 2014/11/01 18:57:55 (permalink)
    Do you need to eat at 5am? Is it cos your energy is low or you're hungry then. Perhaps it's just tiredness at that time.
    I train at 6am and couldn't imagine eating before then. Warrior rage or any stimulant will work better on an empty imo.
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    Re: Warrior Rage any advice about this sup please 2014/11/01 20:32:34 (permalink)
    I have breakfast prior to training as otherwise I would be training on a empty stomach. I go to bed at 9pm so my last meal will have been around 8.30pm so that's about 8 hours since eating to training. I have to start work at 8am so in order to get there training needs to be finished at 7am. Protein shake after training then once I get to work I have a small meal. That's the reason I'm eating at 5am.
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    Re: Warrior Rage any advice about this sup please 2014/11/02 07:34:06 (permalink)
    I suppose it depends on age/goals a lot too. I'm 44 so my metabolism needs more work.
    I haven't eaten since 7pm last night. Off to the gym now on an empty stomach. Will have a shake at work at some point. Yesterday I didn't eat til 3pm. Of course this would never have worked when I was a skinny teenager or even in my twenties. Enjoy your youth lol
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    Re: Warrior Rage any advice about this sup please 2014/11/02 11:10:28 (permalink)
    Eat a huge meal the night before, and then have rage in the morning.
     


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    Re: Warrior Rage any advice about this sup please 2014/11/03 18:01:09 (permalink)
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    Eat a huge meal the night before, and then have rage in the morning.
     



    I've never tried training without eating something first. Would it not leave me feeling fatigued?
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    Re: Warrior Rage any advice about this sup please 2014/11/04 09:46:41 (permalink)
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    Eat a huge meal the night before, and then have rage in the morning.
     



    I've never tried training without eating something first. Would it not leave me feeling fatigued?



    Well it depends on how well you was fuelled from your last meal, and other things like hydration.

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    Re: Warrior Rage any advice about this sup please 2014/11/04 15:59:23 (permalink)
    You should feel fatigued after training.
    I think people over estimate how much glycogen they use up in a workout.
    If you've carbed up the night before you wouldn't needs carbs when you wake up to train.
    Imo things like that are more in the mind.
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