Good preworkout meals

  1. Good preworkout meals


    Lately, just been scoffing down a can of tuna, a banana, some almonds, and water.

    sometimes a can of tuna in a 1/2 cup of oats.

    my carb intake is moderate.
    none-some @ breakfast
    will eat up to 1/2c-1c of oatmeal throughout the day
    maybe some whole wheat bread, basmati rice

    pretty carb sensitive so i stay away.

    post your favorite preworkout meals

    izza:


  2. refer to our B9 thread for my answer.

    welcome to AM dood

  3. 2 cups of brown rice, and something else that is chocked full of protein. If I have time, I cook, if I don't, I drink a shake.
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  4. i train in the a.m. usually after 1 meal if im working that day.

    1/2 cup oats (dry weight)
    1 tbs pb
    2 scoops whey
    1 piece wheat toast with 1 tbs pb and jelly

    ill toss 1 of those scoops of whey in the oats.

    train about 1.5 hours after this, good pump always!

    eidt: i take 1500mg of l-arginine about 30 min before training as well

  5. granola and protein

  6. Quote Originally Posted by suncloud View Post
    granola and protein
    Hmmm, never thought of granola. I love granola too.

  7. 3 Yoplait original yogurts.. 510 cals.. 99 carbs.. 15g protein.. easy and gives you a chance to spice up your preworkout meal flavor

  8. buckwheat and low fat ricotta

  9. 6 whole eggs and a half cup of almonds
    2 cheese sticks, 1/2 cup sunflower seeds, 4 liver pills
    8oz Kielbasa and a half cup of walnuts
    (I'm keto)

    When I'm not keto
    1 cup oats, 1 scoop whey isolate, 2 cups skim milk
    6 slices whole wheat bread, 6oz chicken breast
    "I am legally blind and if I can Squat,deadlift and over all get myself to the gym then anyone can get their a$$ in gear and get strong!!" - malleus25
    WHITE WHALE!

  10. sheesh....how do you guys workout with all that stuff in your belly? Im simple...usually something like a quick protein shake or a chicken breast/tuna filet 45 minutes before workout.

    I dont believe eating carbs before workout is needed to sufficiently "fuel" your workout like some may believe. It is the carbs/protein that was eating 6-8 hrs previous your workout.

    Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    6 whole eggs and a half cup of almonds
    2 cheese sticks, 1/2 cup sunflower seeds, 4 liver pills
    8oz Kielbasa and a half cup of walnuts
    (I'm keto)

    When I'm not keto
    1 cup oats, 1 scoop whey isolate, 2 cups skim milk
    6 slices whole wheat bread, 6oz chicken breast

  11. Quote Originally Posted by SilentBob187 View Post
    6 whole eggs and a half cup of almonds
    2 cheese sticks, 1/2 cup sunflower seeds, 4 liver pills
    8oz Kielbasa and a half cup of walnuts
    (I'm keto)

    When I'm not keto
    1 cup oats, 1 scoop whey isolate, 2 cups skim milk
    6 slices whole wheat bread, 6oz chicken breast
    That is a lot! GO SB187!

  12. If your carb sensitive I would do choco whey and PB or some kind of meat with nuts.
    My body loves carbs.. so I go with 3 sandwiches on 12 grain bread pre-workout.
    Totals 100g carbs and 50g protein

  13. Quote Originally Posted by wrasslin116 View Post
    If your carb sensitive I would do choco whey and PB or some kind of meat with nuts.
    My body loves carbs.. so I go with 3 sandwiches on 12 grain bread pre-workout.
    Totals 100g carbs and 50g protein
    thats a lot of sandwiches! what brand of bread are you using?
  

  
 

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