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    What would be the best pre-workout meal to give you a little bit of energy yet is light?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jwalker7 View Post
    What would be the best pre-workout meal to give you a little bit of energy yet is light?
    Powdered protein/carb shake. 1 scoop whey+1 scoop karbolyn and you're g2g....maybe 1 cap AP about 15min before the shake?

    Powdered drinks are probably going to the lightest thing.
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    2 hours prewo I had a protein shake w/ whole milk, peanut butter, banana. 2 pieces of wheat toast w/ jelly, 3 whole wheat waffles, 2 sweet potato pancakes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Distilled Water View Post
    Powdered protein/carb shake. 1 scoop whey+1 scoop karbolyn and you're g2g....maybe 1 cap AP about 15min before the shake?

    Powdered drinks are probably going to the lightest thing.
    Agree on this ! If you dont do carbs pre-workout then you can do the protein shake and healthy fats such as natural peanut butter, so your body uses that for energy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jwalker7 View Post
    What would be the best pre-workout meal to give you a little bit of energy yet is light?
    Mass gaining main goal: whey isolate and Ezekiel bread or sweet potato or oatmeal or Quinoa

    Fat loss main goal: whey isolate and natural PB or almonds or walnuts or a healthy oil (fish/olive/flax).
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    Quote Originally Posted by EBroser View Post
    Mass gaining main goal: whey isolate and Ezekiel bread or sweet potato or oatmeal or Quinoa

    Fat loss main goal: whey isolate and natural PB or almonds or walnuts or a healthy oil (fish/olive/flax).
    Great advice I've used for years with much success.

    Here is what I do when I train first thing in the morning:

    Wake up - 1 sv Prodigy (Pre workout by PNI)
    20-min later - 2 scoops of either humapro, syntrax nectar, or carnivore + 2 pc of ezekial bread or 1 scoop of carb powder (30 grams carbs). It's perfect.
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