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Old 11-05-2010, 05:30 AM
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no doze (100mg caffeine tablet). Take 1 half an hour before training. Great pick up and no come down. Will improve your training by 10%

Also mix 2 tblespoons of maltodextrin into your water bottle, rapidly absorbed polysaccharide that will give you instant energy and has no taste. You can get it from any healthfood shop
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Old 11-06-2010, 01:44 PM
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I'm having trouble giving a decent workout at the gym because I feel so burnt out by the time I get there. I think it has to do with my schedule. Any recommendations on what to do in my situation?
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My schedule during the week:

Wake up at 6 am and get ready for school
Eat school breakfast at around 8 am when I arrive
Don't eat lunch till 12 pm
schools out by 2 and I take buses and trains to get to the gym
gym doesn't open till 4, then I do my work
I don't leave till 7

So I basically only eat twice by then, and majority of the time I'm hungry when I train. I'm always on the move so I can't exactly stop and get something to eat because lack of money and time. I take four different buses and a train to get to my gym, which pans out to be at least two hours worth of moving around with a hectic schedule.
Any way I can reach a decent energy level? Any sort of snacks I can bring a long that may benefit it?
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Old 11-06-2010, 02:26 PM
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A few weeks ago i started taking protein shakes before/after exercise and it helped me alot i can see that now. I have been of them last week and a bit because i run out and not brought any cause i want to buy a larger amount of the stuff (which works out cheaper overall). Since i have been off them i have had a hard time keeping myself energized during workouts

Maybe it could help you i dunno, depends on your diet.. it's best to get it through proper food but i fail at cooking (really want to improve this) and i am pretty busy most of the time aswell.

My friends who play football swear by a redbull before kick off and even say some proffesionals do so aswell. Personally it does nothing for me and infact makes me feel a little sick if i start working out not long after drinking one.
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