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    Dp normally has it as he is going out the door to the gym and the gym is 8min drive

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    Boot camp is a 5 min drive so if i have it just before I leave the house it should ok then?

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    Give yourself at least 15 mins

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    It depends if you just have an espresso or have milk in it. If I was just having an espresso then 10-20 minutes before my workout, if I was having my normal morning coffee (ie, with milk) then I would want more time for it to go down (so it stays down!!).

    Are you getting your protein quota every day? I had bariatric surgery a year ago and my 'go to' protein drink is the Bodiez Protein Water. Are you also getting enough iron and/or getting your bloods done regularly to check all your vitamin levels are within range?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Busy-Bee View Post
    It depends if you just have an espresso or have milk in it. If I was just having an espresso then 10-20 minutes before my workout, if I was having my normal morning coffee (ie, with milk) then I would want more time for it to go down (so it stays down!!).

    Are you getting your protein quota every day? I had bariatric surgery a year ago and my 'go to' protein drink is the Bodiez Protein Water. Are you also getting enough iron and/or getting your bloods done regularly to check all your vitamin levels are within range?
    I drink cyborg and a new brand of protein water through out the day and during bootcamp and eat my quota of meat so I don't think protein is the problem. My last lot of blood tests showed low iron and I was put on tablets but I think I am going to have to go to the injections, I am due to be retested at the end of the month. I drank my espresso (no milk) 20 minutes before the session and was able to keep up and not run out of steam so that gives me hope

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