post run refuelling

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Sep 2021
3:11pm, 26 Sep 2021
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No idea what subconsciously had me looking for this kind of thread :) , but consciously got to thinking why I feel pretty much wiped out for the day after my early Saturday morning runs.

I tend to have a protein shake and some cereal on my return but continue to feel tired throughout the day. Having read through here think it might be time to try some electrolytes.
Sep 2021
4:03pm, 26 Sep 2021
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Lip Gloss
Would eating chocolate and a drink of milk be just as good? Serious question as in as much as I like eating chocolate I can't stand drinking anything chocolate flavoured and I think I would've sick trying.
Sep 2021
4:06pm, 26 Sep 2021
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I’ve done 10 miles this morning that felt incredibly hard - I had 2 pints of tea and peanut butter and banana on toast whilst sitting in the bath. Vaguely human now.
Sep 2021
11:46am, 27 Sep 2021
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Now i want a magnum :-)

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What do you use for your post run refuel? Is it a shake or a supplement or just a glass of water?

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