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06-19-2007 11:04 AM
Big A
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Originally Posted by Todd
ti dies have soem beneficial fats and other things , but I've never thought of peanut butter as giving a lot of energy.

Maybe they are talking about eating peanut butter before workout as compared to not eating anything at all before a workout. In that case I can see some noticible energy being available over nothing at all.

If I had to pick one, and only one food item to live on, it would probably be peanut butter, as it is quite nutritionally dense. I agree though, it's not something I'd use before a workout. My pre-workout meal consists of fat-free yogurt and an apple, it's the post-workout meal that gets all the calories.
06-19-2007 10:49 AM
Todd ti dies have soem beneficial fats and other things , but I've never thought of peanut butter as giving a lot of energy.

Maybe they are talking about eating peanut butter before workout as compared to not eating anything at all before a workout. In that case I can see some noticible energy being available over nothing at all.

I'd think you would want a medium GI carb about 30 min before a workout, and maybe a pre-workour protein shake. But I could be wrong.
06-18-2007 09:52 PM
That_Is_My_El_Camino
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Originally Posted by 4DRSS
Great shit.
Literally!
06-18-2007 09:37 PM
DON SVO
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Originally Posted by 46stanger
good deal ima have to try that, well i dont take shakes but could i just eat it by itself?
How do you supplement protein then?
06-18-2007 05:55 PM
46stanger
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Originally Posted by 98BlownSS
I usually mix in a tablespoon or two in my protein shake. I usually drink mine 30-45 minutes before hitting the gym. It adds flavor and good fats to the shake.
good deal ima have to try that, well i dont take shakes but could i just eat it by itself?
06-18-2007 03:45 PM
98BlownSS I usually mix in a tablespoon or two in my protein shake. I usually drink mine 30-45 minutes before hitting the gym. It adds flavor and good fats to the shake.
06-18-2007 08:04 AM
46stanger
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Originally Posted by tyler.shockley
how far before your session does he eat it?
yeah exactly when should i take it, so all it does is give u energy.
06-17-2007 04:56 PM
UserX
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Originally Posted by 46stanger
what kind is the natural kind, so it does help. How?
It's all natural, no trans fats. The ingredients should simply say peanuts and salt.
06-17-2007 04:55 PM
UserX Peanut butter give you energy? That's a new one to me. Not many carbs in PB. I usually eat mine right before bed. And I only eat natty PB. Check out Naturally More, you can get it at Wal Mart. Great shit. http://www.peanutsnack.com/
06-17-2007 02:50 PM
46stanger
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Originally Posted by 98BlownSS
If you are going to eat peanut butter, get the natural kind.
what kind is the natural kind, so it does help. How?
06-16-2007 01:11 AM
98BlownSS If you are going to eat peanut butter, get the natural kind.
06-15-2007 11:32 PM
DFWtechie Yep, get you some Peter Pan and make sure the product code on top is 2111, it must be 2111 to be effective.
06-15-2007 11:29 PM
46stanger
peanut butter

well me and my buddies lift every other day, and we all have different theories of what works and what doesnt. So one always eats peanut butter before lifting saying it gives him energy, is this true?

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