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    Yougurt, with preworkout meal?

    Just wondering if it was ok to have some yougurt with my pre workout meal, i generally eat this meal about 1 1/2 to 2 hours before i lift, Its just regular lite yougurt with some oats in it...

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    If you are having oats already, I don't see why yogurt would be needed.

    That sounds absolutely nasty anyhow, hahaha......

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    Ive had yogurt and granola before...That was money!! Never oats and yogurt...Ok....

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    i play rugby, and i ate a cup of yogurt about 45 minutes before practice once... let me emphasize once. i couldn't even move after the first block of sprints, felt like thick yogurt was coursing through my viens. never again. wouldn't want to feel like that for a workout, then again it could just be me?

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    I think that was because you ate it 45 mins. beforehand...1.5-2 hrs before exercise should be sufficient to prevent any ill effects.

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    I personally think Yogurt is the nastiest looking stuff I have ever seen. I tend to leave that stuff to the FAB5. lol

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