Post-Workout

Calorie Packed Drinks
“Drinking your calories” doesn’t have to mean pounding booze or sugary soft drinks — and it doesn’t even have to be unhealthy. In fact, there are plenty of healthful ways to drink your calories, and some situations when it’s a great idea to do so.

We’ve got green ones and dairy-free ones. Plus we’ve got ones perfect for before and after the gym. It’s easy as pie to whip smoothies up (spoiler: some even taste like pie), and fill our bellies with good-for-us stuff.

Researchers say chocolate milk may be more than just delicious. It could also be the ideal post-workout beverage.

Don’t kick those feet up just yet. After a tough workout, it’s time to recover right with the help of some expert-approved recovery tools. Your body will thank you!
A new survey from a supplement company suggests exercisers need better education on post-workout nutrition to optimize they’re hard work. Are the findings legit, or is the company just blowing smoke?

Do we need to eat right after a morning workout? Skip the pancakes and bacon — a new study found that working out in the morning might curb our appetite.

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Eating a full meal before and after training isn’t always easy, but don’t skimp when it comes to snack time. Here are 50 simple recipes to hit the spot before and after workouts.

We’ve got green ones and dairy-free ones. Plus we’ve got ones perfect for before and after the gym. It’s easy as pie to whip smoothies up (spoiler: some even taste like pie), and fill our bellies with good-for-us stuff.

Slugging protein shakes is a typical post-workout ritual for many, but is the powdered stuff really superior to regular food?

Burning calories in the squat rack doesn’t always translate to uncontrollable hunger. Find out why the body may send some mixed stomach signals after hitting the showers.

Do we need to eat right after a morning workout? Skip the pancakes and bacon — a new study found that working out in the morning might curb our appetite.

A new survey from a supplement company suggests exercisers need better education on post-workout nutrition to optimize they’re hard work. Are the findings legit, or is the company just blowing smoke?

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