I like to warm up and cool down properly, so that adds some time to my workouts.
Usually its structured like this:
10 minutes on a Elliptical
10-15 minutes of activation and mobility work
60-90 minutes lifting
10 minutes on Elliptical
15-30 minutes mobility work (RomWOD)
Black Friday in Europe is always a sad thing compared to the US.
Powermyself and Bodyshock is running a 15% off site wide as an example and they usually give out 10% codes randomly during the year anyway. So it doesnt inspire us to shop like madmen when the day hits.
Running a store in Europe...
So here in Sweden ON only list Creapure on their capsuel creatine and not their powders. So the next time you see a tub, take a look at it and see if it has the Creapure logo.
I went to their US site and pulled these two pictures of there and i cant see the Creapure logo on the powdered jug.
Also you can consider your pre workout snack. If its a high glycemic carb it might spike your blood sugar for a little while but after that tank it. So maybe another carb source pre workout can fix it as well.
I dont know about walking while eating, but 10 minute walks post meals has been coming more and more up due to Stan Efferding bringing it to the front. In his ebook "The Vertical Diet and Peak Performance 3.0" he has this to say:
"A brisk 10 minute walk after each of 2-4 meals daily greatly...
Beta-Alanine seems to be a very good supplement when taken over a longer period of time.
But it just doesnt agree with me and I get some sides that makes me wanna avoid it.
I think a lot of us have the tendency to only focus on the macro nutrients of our food when we really should look deeper and find the micro nutrient content as well. Is out food giving us enough Iodine, Zink, Iron, B-Vitamins, C-Vitamin, Potassium, Magnesium, Calcium etc etc.