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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5




Re: Athletic Recovery

Posted By: Thomas Seay
Date: June-30, 1998 at 11:51:38

In Response To: Re: Athletic Recovery (Myles)

Myles,

This was a great post It is amazing
that you are doing no vitamins at all. Why not?

Who puts out this "Ultimate Meal", where do
you buy it?

Well, I think my training schedule is alright.
I train the upper body two times a week,
and the lower body two times a week. The
prolem is that on the night of my workout
the soreness interferes with my sleep. Mind
you, I dont train for more than 1 hour
and often times for 45 minutes, although
I really trash myself intensely in that
time. Any ideas you have about recovery
in the immediate post-workout phase would be
appreciated.

Raw meat? I ate quite a bit of steak tartare
when I was in France this Winter and really
noticed the difference. It REALLY gives you
energy. Sushi has the effect but to a lesser
degree. I would really like to eat more raw
beef, but am afraid of my ability to
prepare it.


-Thomas





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