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ENERGY ADD-ONS

FUEL PROPERLY

You’ll get more of a boost if you start your workout with some food in the tank. If you’re training early a.m., look advisor Amanda Baker Lemein, RD. “Post-workout, recover with something like an RxBar, which has a combo of carbs, protein, and fiber to help repair muscles and replenish energy stores.” That way you’ll walk away feeling refreshed and strong, not depleted.

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