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Before and After Workout Snack Ideas Pre and Post Workout Snacks When it comes to working out what you eat, when, and how much, can all have an effect on how efficient your exercising is. Fueling your body properly for your next round of physical activity can be a science and this video. Aim to eat a postworkout snack or meal within one to two hours after a workout to optimize your recovery. Preworkout Snacks. These snacks feature low-fiber, easily digestible carbs paired with a bit of protein.

1 to 2 tbs. of nut butter with a banana. 1 to 3 hard-boiled eggs and a tangerine (or other fruit). Spano recommends eating a very light and easy-to-digest carbohydrate snack a few hours before running sprints, downhill, hills, or hurdles so those carbs are ready to be used for activity. Toast with a thin layer of jam is perfect and super easy. Post-workout snack: 8 ounces nonfat or low-fat chocolate milk.

The following are some good pre-workout snack ideas to help you get started. Oatmeal With Milk, Nut Butter, and Fruit. This old-fashioned, morning staple doubles as the perfect pre-workout snack. Oats are a low-glycemic carb that provide slow-releasing energy (without the crash) and sit well in the stomach. Especially if you are doing strength training workouts, you can only get ripped if you have a healthy snack before your workout and a healthy meal post your workouts.

Foods such as whey protein, eggs, chicken, fruit and peanut. Before your next workout, give some of these a try. By having the proper pre workout snacks or food, you will be putting yourself in a position to have the best workout that you can. Also, make sure that you have been drinking water before, during and after your workout so that you and your muscles are hydrated!A few pre workout snack ideas: Fruit with protein powder made into a smoothie.

Canned tuna with a baked sweet potato. Egg whites or protein powder mixed in oatmeal (oatmeal is my go-to pre workout whole grain of choice!). Snack suggestions if you have more than 60-minutes pre-workout Peanut butter banana honey sandwich: Spread 2 Tbsp of peanut butter on two slices of whole grain bread.

Top with sliced banana and a. “My favorite post-workout snack is also my pre-workout snack: A banana and peanut butter smoothie with protein powder, almond milk, and a touch of cinnamon,” says Andrea Rogers, a certified Pilates instructor and creator of Xtend Barre. If you are exercising later in the day, I recommend having a snack 30 minutes to an hour before your workout or working out two to three hours after a.

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About an hour before your workout, have a snack that includes the macronutrients you need, such as a slice of Ezekiel bread with almond butter; a bowl of oatmeal with soy milk and blueberries; a Simply Bar (see Appendix C and the Resources section); or a protein shake with flaxseed oil, soy milk, and whey protein.

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Amos included a preworkout snack of low-fat foods with carbohydrates and protein (for example, peanut butter on whole grain bread, a banana, and a cheese stick) to ensure his body was ready for exercise.

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from Fearless Feeding: How to Raise Healthy Eaters from High Chair to High School
by Jill Castle, Maryann Jacobsen
Wiley, 2013

A small snack (25 to 35 grams of carbohydrate, or about 1 ounce) in the hour before a 60-minute workout staves off hunger and keeps you alert and focused, while the carbohydrate you have stored in your muscles takes care of the actual fuel for training.

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from The Time-Crunched Cyclist: Race-Winning Fitness in 6 Hours a Week, 3rd Ed.
by Chris Carmichael, Jim Rutberg
VeloPress, 2017

Examples of good snacks include individual protein shake packets (just add water or juice), nuts or seeds, dry cereals with dried fruits, energy bars, cheese, hummus, yogurt, and hardboiled eggs.

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Some healthy, low-fat, easily packable snacks include raisins, trail mix, nuts, energy bars (check for the low-fat, low-calorie variety), apples, bananas, and many other fruits.

“Harley-Davidson Motorcycles” by Bill Stermer
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by Bill Stermer
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Snacks range from fruit, energy bars, and gels to trail mix.

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Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

REINFORCE VEGETABLE DAY 2 PROTEIN CARB CARB FAT Breakfast ‘ Protein—packed oatmeal: Protein Oatmeal Almonds Stir / scoop chocolate or vanilla powder protein powder into cooked oatmeal.

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from State of Slim: Fix Your Metabolism and Drop 20 Pounds in 8 Weeks on the Colorado Diet
by James O. Hill, Holly Wyatt, Christie Aschwanden
Rodale Books, 2013

For workouts less than 60 to 90 minutes, the preexercise snack should be predominantly carbohydrate because it empties quickly from the stomach (as compared to protein and fat) and becomes readily available to be used by the muscles.

“Nancy Clark's Sports Nutrition Guidebook” by Nancy Clark
from Nancy Clark’s Sports Nutrition Guidebook
by Nancy Clark
Human Kinetics, 2019

For example, the Sweet and Spicy Nuts in this chapter offer carbs and protein in one neat package, and the Granola Berry Parfaits have protein from the granola and yogurt and carbs from the granola and berries.

“Eating Clean For Dummies” by Jonathan Wright, Linda Larsen
from Eating Clean For Dummies
by Jonathan Wright, Linda Larsen
Wiley, 2011

I recommend nuts (and a whole lot of them), cheese (small amount of protein), jerky, salami, or tuna (occasionally), and of course Gummi Bears (it’s not going to break the bank and there is 1g of pro­tein per serving!).

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  • I can see why you are pigging out now… Those are actually yummy meals but just not enough if you’re a die hard physique athlete.

  • Yes more of these vids please, I get mad inspired lol but really tho hope you both are well and happy. Love from Florida tonight. Stay blessed and humble �� those abs tho! �� definitely made in the kitchen! Turmeric stains so bad be careful, messy boys I tell ya, I have one too!! ��‍♀️

  • Hemorrhaging subscribers cuz you’re a fake vegan. Veganism isn’t a diet it’s a lifestyle to prevent exploitation and suffering of animals. We don’t need to eat any animal products to be healthy haven’t you seen the Game Changers yet?

  • I’m going to take a shot for every time you guys say snack……….haha. Just kidding. Hey, I’ve been hearing ranting and raving on the radio lately about Robin Anthony’s Detox Trio lately. I wanted to know what you think about the whole “parasites living in your body” ideal. I figured it was just another detox diet until I went to the website and read further. I was astounded. I have never heard of people claiming to poop out worms and stuff (literally) from doing a detox diet. You should check it out and please tell me what you think!!

  • I went and unsubbed to most of the cooking channels that I was subbed to when I first went vegan. I still have a number of them on my sub list because because they did have a number of vegetarian or vegan videos. I’m not going to unsub today, but I’m not going to watch any of your’re new videos, if you make any that is, that are not vegan.

  • Hi! I’m wondering how you would do glute abduction without a machine? My gym doesn’t have one but I want the results from that movement. Ideas?

  • So easily accessible carbohydrates available when you are going aerobic… does that mean that when I drink a Monster Energy drink I should, pretty soon, work out…?

    Anyway, I love energy drinks… is there any way to responsibly drink them? (or is all hope lost for my Monster I’ve had one a day for about 8 years.)

  • Hi Stephanie. I’ve been watching your videos and think you promote some dangerous eating patterns. As an intelligent woman who has a lot of influence and reach it would be fantastic to see you promote eating habits that are realistic and healthy to your followers

  • In the study of tipton et al. They used Phenylalanine concentration as the observable, which is very decieving, as it is mostly the branched, hydrophobic AAs that are used for muscle protein in your body…. perhaps the conc. post workout remains high because it is not preferentially taken up by the muscle system anyway…

    Also they show arterial aa conc., not muscular aa conc., as you stated. I think you just misspoke, but nonetheless, a major percentage of Phe in the blood is not taken up by the skelettal muscle.

  • I’ve worked out faster for so long because I work out at 6:30 am. Still, great information for those days when I work out in afternoon or evening. Your videos are great for content and they look great!

  • Love your food ideas and detailed information. You are such an inspiration and most of all, I love that you’re such a bad ass woman! ❤

  • Hello from Japan!!
    I like your video so much!!
    By the way I am really curious that DONT YOU GET TANK DURING A TRAINNIG? And I think you really don’t eat as a kind of athlete…

  • Do you think you can do a vid about nutritional “lunch meals//snacks” for full-time students ((like things i could bring to my classes or have in between my classes))??
    …. Obsessed with your vids btw!! you literally guide me through my whole fitness journey

  • for me its more like my pre workout meal/snack (whatever you call it) because carbs give you the energy and my post workout meal is 1 hour later and its usually salmon or chicken with greens. But its just me since i am trying to lose weight

  • If i am trying to lose weight, cut my fat percentage do i need to eat carbs and how much carbs do i need? Can anyone give me any advice

  • That seems like a lot of good in formation however if you mention anything other then protein I have no idea what kind of food you are talking about so for me this was a bit of a waist, not trying to be mean because I love you guys, just asking for clarity on the types of food.

  • I LOVED this video!! I’ve always been confused about how to determine what I might need but from your information on here I at least have a basis that I can tweak to my personal level. My hardest part about everything is not knowing where to start and this video helped me get rid of that in the health and fitness aspect.

  • What are your thoughts on the research out there that says how damaging animal prodcuts are to human health? Like the newest Lancet report, and books like How Not to Die? I’m curious to hear a phD’s opinion on this!! <3

  • Rewatching this after your all in videos. Thank you for being brave. I hope this starts a ripple effect in the social media fitness industry

  • I love your videos because of all the information!!!

    Any other YouTuber would have just put down the macros and that’s it,

    I didn’t understand your videos when I first subscribed but after taking bio, I understand all the science your laying down!!!!

    I know total geeky moment but wow keep it up! ��

  • This is my friends fitness channel! His first video is his journey from 65kg to 75kg!! Let him know what you think!
    https://youtu.be/YxDdKVIa76g

  • Hello, lovely inspiration, Stephanie! I love your work! I’m interested if you could do a Scientific aproach of a food-pisode (food episode) for those who do a lot of cardio/HIIT sessions. (It’s part of my job). Think i HIT a plateau weight because my body is stressed and I do not fuel it properly (I pay attention to macros but maybe you can give us other insides). This plateau happened after a 7 month Keto diet. Now I eat normal but I struggle with carbs, I can’t see them as before even if I had results in the past while eating carbs too. I did weight training in the past month when I didn’t had so much cardio to do, ofc I see some changes, but Im curious about your point of view & ideas about how we should protect our muscle & get lean(er). Wanted to try Reverse Diet, but i figured I cant cut off my classes:)) Maybe you suggest some supplements?! Im a fan of natural way even if it takes time! Im patient! Thank you very much, friend!

  • fruit salad with Chobani plain yoghurt,oatmeal with a half banan or half apple, 3 egg whites,or….Malt O Mealmeal with some Herseys sugar free chocolate chips,,,or a half toasted bagel with ham or cream cheese.

  • Another fake “vegan” bites the dust. Did you forget about your trip to the slaughterhouse Maddie?? Was it “just your journey” like the other posers. Making money off the backs of this movement and animals. You quit because of pressure from your new BF. Another idiot youtuber with no mind of your own, no backbone and stamina. A horrible role model. Unsubscribed. Stupid little girl.

  • Great meal ideas!! I get in a rut of eating the same thing for months until I get sick of it. These are some great ideas for my next meal prep to get hooked on.

  • Hey Steph! I struggle A LOT with binging (it’s way worse than you think) and even though you’re not binging, you can eat a lot haha. do you have any tips on how to bounce back to healthy eating after your 10k challenges? also, i’ve DMed you on Instagram so i’d really appreciate it if you can check my message!:) (jieun210 is my user ID)

  • I think the best is eating some carbs some 90-120 minutes before working out With little or no fruit, because its digestion takes too long.

  • Hello Casey I m doing my workout in the evening time by 7-8 pm so these post workout snacks I can also eat or it’s only to eat if I m working out in the morning time

  • I usually eat a banana 20-30 mins before working out and after my work out I make a juice by myself.a real juice from the fruits.sometimes I have theriptin biscuits( protein. biscuits) with juice. U guys are great. I lost 10 kgs.thanks to u both.��

  • I usually have carrots, apples, or bananas with peanut butter for a before snack and yogurt, honey and fruit for after. Or I just eat a meal if I’m ready for one. Thank you for this! Not sure if this is too much protein beforehand, but it seems to work alright for me

  • Dear fitness blender,

    Sometimes I get severe chest pain when working on my right side, should I stop and take a break or keep going?

    Also, I some times feel very weak ( like low blood sugar) is this a normal thing for first timers

  • Serious question (not being snotty): has this channel been abandoned? I know she made a video somewhere that she’s not doing that, but it’s been 8 months �� Maybe she’s addressed it on IG, but I dont have an account so I didn’t see it if she has shared anything.

  • Here’s something that helped me lose a lot of weight, try adding Safflower to your weight loss routine. Experts use it because its benefits to prevent fat from building up, control food cravings and increase serotonin to improve overall mood. After using it I am 56 lbs lighter and lost over 18 lbs my first month. If you are struggling to lose weight, you should try Safflower. They even give away a free bottle that can be send to you right now http://weightlossnow.space/freeweightlosstrial

  • Thank you for the clarification! In East Asian culture especially, eating right after workout is ALWAYS considered as a super bad thing to do. My mum used to tell me off from eating after workout saying I’ll gain a lot more weight if I do that. They believe you can only eat in a couple hours or so after workout. They believe in so many incorrect information that do more harm to their body and yet they refuse to believe the correct ones because it doesn’t ‘sound right’ to them. I just wish I can all make them to watch your videos so they realise how wrong they are.

  • It’s funny, she has a bit of aCanadian accent. I wonder if it was always like that or it’s from her boyfriend. Like at 2:14 when she says “sandwich”, it sounds a bit like a Canadian pronunciation( Western Canada)

  • i have seen that you are interesed about the healthy of your body. My nutritionist told me to make body toxicity test. It is a simple blood mercury level test. The results was 86 toxicity body score. High mercury level that cause any type of disease and don’t let my body to lose in weight. After this experience that have changed my life i have created this simple quiz to help anybody to test body toxicity score. If you are interested check your body toxicity score here: http://beemple.com/quiz

  • I usually have a banana before I workout and then after my workout I have breakfast or if it’s later in the day i have oatmeal or a sweet potatoe since that’s what I usually crave after a workout

  • Although they look very delicious, the protein amount is not enough for a post recovery.

    I would down them with a glass of milk 😉

  • So should I drink some juice as soon as I wake up? It usually takes me 20-30 minutes to convince myself to get out of bed and work out.

  • when i work out right when I wake up in the morning, i usually have an orange and then go directly into my strength training and have a big breakfast afterwards. is that okay?

  • I think I’ve been eat not real snacks��, usually I love to to drink “laben with straburay flavor “, eat dates with ots or nuts and fruit.

  • You are amazing guys. I was trying lots of different trainings and workouts but since I found yours I don t want to stop training! making workouts has never been so easy for me. Already 6 months training and still couldn t get bored with your exercises. Its really nice to listen to you and it´s difficult not to like you as well. Thanks for making better person and please do not stop doing what you do! cheers

  • I usually have my workouts just before dinner and if I had lunch early I would have a banana or any fruit I find and if we have some whole grain biscuit I would have that before a workout also I wouldn’t drink water before my work out (30min-1 h) as it really bothers me during the workout

  • Hi Stephanie! I love ur videos! They are always so fun! A couple months ago I was sick with mono. After I got better, I wanted to get back in shape so I started a 90 day workout program. After the first 2 months, I was seeing real change in my body and attitude. Being 14, my mother doesn’t allow any dieting, but I eat healthy foods and was never overweight. However, in the last couple weeks, I have been really bloated and my weight has got up 3 pounds! I haven’t changed anything, but why is this happening? Can you please help me?

  • Ok i love your vids but if your going to do fitness related snacks/meals then you also need to include the macro nutrients to see if the snack is viable by people diet needs (most common would be fat, carbs, protein and maybe fibre)

  • Can you do more cardio dance, hip -hop videos? That was a lot of fun, maybe try different dance styles like Bollywood or Irish, that would be quite cool and different.

  • Hey there. Thank you for all your great advice! I’m new to Fitness Blender but have been trying to incorporate more of your workouts into my routine.
    I prefer to workout early in the morning, first thing when I wake up because I have to go to work early and I usually don’t have time or motivation to workout after work. I usually workout without eating beforehan. My workouts are varied, including HIIT, pilates and yoga. I have noticed that my performance is a bit better after I eat a small snack though. Do you have any suggestions for quick snacks to have 5 minutes before a workout and for my routine in general? Thank you so much! I appreciate it!

  • I like that you actually put a decent amount of peanut butter on that toast instead of only scraping the tiniest bit on it like all the other fit youtubers seem to do.

  • I eat really healthy and work out six days a week. I am training to be on my school’s water polo team. Can I still lower my body fat percentage without counting calories?

  • This was great! Thank you for covering a wide range of fitness-related topics:) I personally love apples + peanut butter as a post-workout snack.

  • Yes, up to 40% of glycogen depletion after long, hard, intense workout. But that’s before lactate shuttling. Unless you’re on a VLCD, you can easily replenish intra-muscular glycogen reserves with 0.5g of carbs/lb bw/day https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/3523107

  • Could you give some examples of snacks with carbohydrates before or after workouts if you haven’t (or able to have) a meal? What are your thoughts about Larabars, an all natural granola bar?

  • omg, you guys are too cute at the end of this video lol. That aside though, thank you so much for all your info. I’ve learnt so much over the past year:)

  • Hi! I know people probably have asked this before but I’d really want to know if it’s ok if I don’t eat after a workout. I usually workout at night and I don’t really feel hungry after I finish, also I don’t like to eat late at night because I feel it makes falling asleep harder. I know you guys always tell us to listen to our bodies so I do, but I’d like to confirm that I’m not harming my body. Love you guys. Regards from Colombia <3

  • Thank you for these videos, they are very helpful and I am leaning so much form you, you are a really good teacher, and good at breaking things down and explaining them well. PLEASE make more of these video’s showing more post and pre-work out meals that you ear and also what you eat in a day videos. THANKS! This will keep me coming back

  • My favourite after workout snack is two small protein balls with 10gs total of protein. I know you guys say it’s not necessary to take protein supplements, but I don’t meet my daily requirement unless I have these protein balls and I only eat them on my weight training days.

  • Hey. I love your channel. I was wondering if there was a good peanut butter substitute for people with a nut allergy. I love these recipes and want to find a good substitute for them.

  • Loved all 5 days, but the last day was going too fast for me so I did everything for longer to feel the burn, now my legs feel like jelly. Great job guys!! 

  • I just came across this channel 10 minutes ago. I thought she was 35-37. Just googled her. According to google she is 22, is that true? I also looked at her workout videos, good stuff. However something is going on, when a 22 year old looks 37. What is going on?

  • I’m an endurance athlete and these meals are actually pretty similar to what I eat pre and post-long run AND pre and post-longer weight training session. I’m marathon training and doing my best to lose a bit of body fat while holding onto most of my lean muscle mass. I’ve found that upping my protein intake, in terms of food, along with a daily dose of BCAAs, is REALLY helping me do that!

  • I work out really late because of my schedule so what would you suggest I eat then I usually do something light like a cereal or a banana because I don’t want to eat a heavy meal before bed.

  • Love that lipstick! Would love to see a savory version of this. I’m not much into sweets after working out and I need healthier recipes so I can refrain from just eating chips lol

  • You two are my favorite fitness couple.  Your honesty is refreshing.  I’ve been eating as clean as I can for six months now.  It’s amazing how much better my body feels not to mention the the 25 pounds I lost, with daily exercise of course. 

  • I usually eat some oatmeal made with some milk and a little bit of brown sugar and flax meal and I can get through a strength training workout just fine. 

  • I’m trying to figure this out right now… My friend and I go to the gym to do your workouts at 8am before our classes start. I’ve been waking up at 6 to down a smoothie made of bananas, soy milk, frozen berries, and spinach, and then giving myself 2 hours to relax and do whatever before I have to begin my day. I still get nauseous (mildly) during high intensity activities. I don’t really know what to do because I have to eat more than just a piece of fruit or else my stomach hurts from hunger. I don’t really want to wake up earlier than 6 to eat, lest I piss off my roommate who prefers sleeping till noon… I don’t really know what to do. 

  • I usually eat about 100g of plain yoghurt, half a banana and 1 teaspoon of peanut butter as a post workout snack. Then I have lunch a few hours after that.

  • WHAT’S UP MT LOVES!!! Missed you guys! I hope you enjoy the meal ideas with a dose of science! �� As always, let me know if you have any requests for topics you’d like me to cover in the comments! �� If you guys follow my IG (@stephanie_buttermore) or my food IG (@stephshollowleg) you saw I had a Cheat Day!! ����So that will be my next video! Stay Tuned! xo ��
    edit I just boarded a plane so if I don’t get to your comment, that’s why. ��

  • Today i ate my first ever pop tart i hated it i almosy had to trow up bc of alle the sweetness it was hot fudge sundae was that an bad choice tho?

  • I stopped watching this channel a while back so I thought I’d find out where you’ve been. You’re no longer a vegan, have broken up with Kyle and have a channel I had no idea about with 4.5 million subscribers. WTF!

  • Hi, sis! Do you believe in a “blood type diet”? Is it really work? I mean, when it says “you can’t drink coffee” and when you drink it, your fat will absolutely increase (?)
    Thank you ♥️

  • Thank you for your advice Fitnessblender! I’ll try to avoid the processed food as I can. It’s really hard to avoid it if your family is not into real organic natural foods. Also, it can cost a lot of money if I want to buy the organic products while my whole family buys the other products. Plus, I’m not good at cooking XD

  • Hi, I checked out this guide and it helped me a lot to lose weight with science-based steps: https://mailchi.mp/949517f2a289/lose-weight-fast-free-pdf-copy

  • Eggs arent a good pre workout snack dumbasses. Eggs are mostly protein not carbs so they are for muscle recovery not energy. Oats are probably the best pre workout cuz of the high amount of carbs and other healthy shit they have.

  • Love your content! I am trying to lose weight and incorporate weights at the same time.  It would be awesome if you made some content for us not so lean gals:) what to eat, how much cardio, weight training, etc….

  • Thank you, Cassey!! I’ve always hated the idea of pre workout drinks, and I can’t have them because it would make my heart race out of my chest. �� Would you be able to make a chart with suggestions for a sort of build-your-own pre and post workout snack in the future? ��

  • the lemon water is good but be careful! it is better to drink it AFTER breakfast! I tried to drink lemon water before breakfast every morning and after a week I was getting really bad stomach burns throughout the day and realized later it was because of the acidity of the lemon on an empty stomach. so now I drink one glass of clear water before breakfast and then sometimes drink lemon water after during the day

  • Can you make a video on how to incorporate more veggies throughout the day? You are great and I love to see your smile (and your cute outfits ��)!

  • Cassey: Don’t tell celery I said that.
    Me: on floor laughing
    I love your positivity Cassey Ho! Your vids inspire me! I’d love a Part 2!!!

  • I love that first smoothie! ��It looks soooo good. I love berries-all of them. Blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, even blackberries.�� YUM! I usually pack some fruit in my gym bag (apple), to keep my hanger at bay. Before I knew any better, I would pack a whole bell pepper and eat it (like an apple) for a pre-workout snack. ��
    I never thought of taking cut up vegetables with me. I love carrots more than celery too! ������
    Thanks for the pre and postworkout snack ideas! ��

  • I made the egg cups and they were delicious! My whole family loved them so much they ate them all and asked me to make more! I enjoyed making these healthy treats for my family! Easy, Fun, Healthy, and Delicious!

  • hello Cassey.. I have a query.. please respond me.. I workout 6 days a week..and 1 day is rest day.. can you please tell what to do on my rest day??

  • We all miss you Maddie. I knows it’s hard but we love you and this channel and if you dont post anything on this channel again we will very much be sad. Please Maddie, Please.

  • 1. reused footage from a very recent video
    2. yea sure let me just make my oatmeal that im eating immediately in a mason jar instead of a bowl like a normal fucking person

  • favorite post workout meal is one slice of oat nut bread with 1 tablespoon of natural crunchy peanut butter, while I make a whole egg and sautéed spinach, bell pepper and mushrooms

  • Honestly, unless you’re actually bulking you don’t need a pre. If you really wanted one, just take caffeine, not a drink but a pill or powder. Joe de Franco says so. And Zach Perna says your body should already have enough glycogen/ketones to burn off so you could go fasting too. Just stay hydrated. So for me, no thanks to these.

  • we miss you and we love you maddie… we especially miss you on this channel����but we understand that it can be stressful to put out content for us literally every day on two channels. if you ever decide to come back, i’ll absolutely be ready❤️❤️❤️

  • I love this channel and you too so much, you have inspired me to think more positively about food and exercise so thank you that �� also I have the jumper you’re wearing Kelli, good choice ��

  • I heading to the gym tommrow these look great. You guys should do a upugurt bananna frozen yourgurt. I made some today it’s healthy and good

  • I do my workouts around 2-3 hours after breakfast, and when the workout is more intense, I 100% include an apple/banana/peach. And I usually have lunch after the workout, then dinner 4 hours later.

  • For all my hard gainers.you only need a penaut butter jelly sandwich as a pre, and chocolate milk or cookies and milk as a post. Those are the easiest (and maybe cheaper) meals around a workout. Penaut butter provides veggie protein and energy from the natural oils, as well as the sugar in the jelly and if you use whole grain bread is a way to ensure long last energy because of the fiber. In the other hand, chocolate milk provides protein and sugar to replenish your muscles’ energy bags, and start the process of recovery

  • I started the Piit 1.0. today and I snaked the baked apple supreme afterward.. and it was good:) Light but just enough to keep my stomac happy until my next meal! Thank you Cassey!