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    Eggs as pre-workout meal?

    Is it okay to eat before workout or does it take to slow to digest?
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    egg whites are the better option or some whites with a whole egg works too.
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    how should i cook them?
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    eggs work fine as a pre-workout meal.
    i'd say, boil'em . i eat two whole boiled eggs pre-workout and 1-whole + 6 egg whites post-workout.
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    Originally Posted by killuminatii
    Is it okay to eat before workout or does it take to slow to digest?
    they are perfectly fine before. You want them to digest slow to fuel your body throughout the workout
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    2 whole eggs + 6-10 egg whites + a complex carb source(oats, brown rice, etc)= a good pre-wo meal. make sure to have plenty of carbs though. they will provide you with sustained energy for your workout. the more energy you have, the more intense you can lift. ususally, a more intenese workout means better gains.
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    is hard-boiling them ok?
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    Originally Posted by killuminatii
    is hard-boiling them ok?
    Yea, its fine.
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    they are good

    very complete protien... but u gotta pack on the carbs for energy. Your body is reluctant to using protien for energy. It is a complicated process. Plus, if you use the eggs for energy, the amino acids will not be available for the purpose we intend to use them for... repair.
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    how much carbs should be eaten with the eggs... and what type of carbs? Is a few slices of wheat bread good?
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    Originally Posted by Gozma
    how much carbs should be eaten with the eggs... and what type of carbs? Is a few slices of wheat bread good?
    Wow, this is bringing a thread back from the dead, hehe

    Regarding carbs, I am a big believer in stacking A LOT of carbs around your workout. So, IMO(depending on your weight) have at least 80g of carbs pre-wo. 100% whole wheat bread will suffice. Other good choices are yams, brown rice, oats, or barley.
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