Working out strains the muscles, for those who exercise on a regular basis, what do you eat after a work out?
Do you eat something different after cardio verses a muscle building workout?
. A protein shake or Egg and Toast or Corn flakes with hot milk
Theres a good Pumpkin Smoothie recipe on my hub. I love protein shakes. Monster Smoothies are also oddly amazing.
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I skip the work out and just settle on the 'eat' That depends on the time of day...
They've developed "Recovery" drinks for after a workout, and have included various elements to help build muscles and recover lost elements during the workout. Interestingly enough, many of those elements are in chocolate milk, which is what I now use after a workout.
Often, I'll toss in a couple of bananas into a blender of skim and chocolate milk, works wonders!
Always starving after a work out, reach straight for the banana's, not sure why!
I like chocolate milk with a dash of cinnamon:) It was recommended by my doctor:)
If I just got back from a long run (or a cardio workout) I drink chocolate milk and usually have a banana.
However, I usually don't do cardio workouts alone. I mix everything together because that just feels like I worked my entire body by the end. After a workout like that I usually have something high in protein, like a babybel cheese or a greek yogurt with a fruit smoothie.
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