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  1. AeroChica is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by LI GUY 1
    You have 2 1/2 hours until practice? Eat whatever you want!

    I don't get it but it seems a lot of people have the same issue. I've downed a bag of potato chips an hour before class (the big ones, 7 servings, at 150 cal a serving= 1,050 calories yay!) and had no problems.

    EDIT: Not advocating chips as a valid preworkout snack BTW.
    Damn, you sound like my husband! CdnPaddy is a certified junk-food addict, and yet he remains at an absolutely cut 155 pounds. I figured out last night that his favorite snack - an entire bag of guacamole rubello chips - has about the same calories as I eat in an entire day. Fuuuuuuuuck you guys and your hyper metabolisms and insane workout schedules!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kintanon
    Persimmons are expensive? What? We have like 20 persimmon trees at my grandmothers house. We just use persimmons as deer bait because the deer love them. I didn't even know people could eat those things....
    They are like $1.50+ each down here in Florida (imported from Japan). Compared to pears or bananas, those things are expensive. I'm gonna have to get the seeds and plant those things.

    Dude, that fruit is choked-full with good stuff, it's sweet and easy to digest. Try them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AeroChica
    Damn, you sound like my husband! CdnPaddy is a certified junk-food addict, and yet he remains at an absolutely cut 155 pounds. I figured out last night that his favorite snack - an entire bag of guacamole rubello chips - has about the same calories as I eat in an entire day. Fuuuuuuuuck you guys and your hyper metabolisms and insane workout schedules!!!!
    Meh, chips aren't that bad for you. Potatoes, salt, and oil, that's it. Yes, a whole bag is A LOT if potatoes, salt, and oil, but....meh.

    While on the subject, here was my PWO meal the other day after lifting. Box of Kashi Go Lean cereal (alll natural, all ingredients prnouncable, whole gain, awesome stuff), 1/2 gallon whole milk, protein shake (just protein/milk), baked FF, and a hamburger with kethup (again homemade, not McD's or anything). The milk and cereal alone was 2,700 calories.
    Hate me.
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    I've lost a ridiculous amount of fat in the last few months myself and when I know I'm going to go more than 3-4 hours without eating I make one of two things:

    * A Nutra-grain eggo waffle with a small bit of peanut butter.
    * A sandwich consisting of multigrain bread, a salmon "burger" patty (from Costco), and Sriracha "rooster" sauce.

    Both are around 300 calories, take about 5 minutes, and make a perfect 2nd, 3rd, or 4th meal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LI GUY 1
    While on the subject, here was my PWO meal the other day after lifting. Box of Kashi Go Lean cereal (alll natural, all ingredients prnouncable, whole gain, awesome stuff), 1/2 gallon whole milk, protein shake (just protein/milk), baked FF, and a hamburger with kethup (again homemade, not McD's or anything). The milk and cereal alone was 2,700 calories.

    Hate me.
    <looks at snack of carrot sticks>

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    1% Shark is better than you.

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    MOAR FAIL EATING!

    So I totally overdid it this weekend. Planting 15 trees on Saturday and Sunday morning then went for a mountain bike ride Sunday afternoon then a short road ride on Monday hoping for some recovery. Now I have practice in 3 hours and I still have mad Lactic Acid buildup.

    HOW DO LACTATE FLUSH?

    Is there anything I can eat that will buffer some of this acid and help my legs feel less gassed? Right now I feel the burn after 4 or 5 stairs.
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    Sugar? Bananas and apples and fruit?

    These are weird questions, sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteShark View Post
    Is there anything I can eat that will buffer some of this acid and help my legs feel less gassed?
    Yeah, but you're not going to like it. Baking soda.
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    I had a whataburger chicken sandwich and onion rings 2 hours before training last night... I was fine
    In summation your argument denotes a lack of intellectual honesty on your part. It is my contention that this matter would best be solved with fisticuffs. I believe I will be victorious in this regard.
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    I have solved the world's energy problems! I did some research yesterday to try and figure out how I can pretend to have energy for practice. Sublingual b12 FTW! I took a dropper of this and drank 16 ounces of water then proceeded to roll hard despite the fact that I basically felt I needed a nap. It really worked for me and I'll be taking it before I roll whenever I'm feeling sluggish.
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