Nutrition

What Is Your Favorite Post Workout Meal?


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Nick Shaw – Lucky charms and skim milk!

Samantha Lower – Cinnamon toast crunch is probably my favorite just to curb that sweet tooth.

Ariel Stephens – Chicken and Broccoli, followed by POP TARTS!

Chad Wesley Smith – Cinnamon Toast Crunch and a Protein Shake made with Chocolate Milk

Kalle Beck – Kids cereal with protein shake as “milk”

James Townsend – Frosted Flakes. In/Out. Oreos. Krispy Kreme. Jack in The Box

Marisa Inda-This probably makes me boring but, chicken, rice and teriyaki sauce

The boring post-workout chicken and rice seem to be working for Marisa Inda.
The boring post-workout chicken and rice seem to be working for Marisa Inda.

Dr. Mike Israetel – Plain tart frozen yogurt with fruit and a whey protein shake!

Maya Winters– Post-workout, I am ravenous. On heavier training days I really like to feel well-fed following my session. I typically like to have grilled sweet potatoes (prepared in coconut oil), 3 eggs (or any fish), and a green vegetable.

Colin Burns – Ice cream or oreos and milk. Whole milk of course.

Blaine Sumner – 2 scoops of ground oatmeal, 2 scoops of whey, and 2 Gargantuan from Jimmy Johns.


Reid Worthington– Mediterranean Food

Jamie Hagiya – If I’m being healthy, Spicy Lemon Garlic 1/2 Chicken with rice and salad.

Greg Panora – I almost always eat steak, rice, a salad and bread from the same place.

Ewa Januszk– Average Day: Baked pita chicken pizza paired with a gigantic grilled chicken salad topped with buffalo hot sauce and ken’s light ranch. Amazing.

Above Average Day: Sushi! Great balance of protein, fats, and carbs to repair my muscles and keep me satisfied. Plus, raw is the best…For everything.

What is your favorite? Tell us in the comments below.

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