Cycling followed by lifting

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  1. time_line

    time_line New Member

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    hey out of curiosity,

    tommrow im going to attend my usual cycling class

    is it okay to lift after? doing chest/tri
     
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    sure, why not?
     
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    You'll probably want to get some calories in you between the two.
     
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    I was going to suggest the same. Take in some calories while you ride and take a quick break with some food intake after riding.
     
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    power bar?
     
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    at the very least...

    i ride my bike and then go to the gym like an hour or so later, but i eat in between... otherwise, i'll have zero energy
     
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    aite cool
     
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    I'd suggest getting some protein and carbs in between too. Just a little something would help.
     
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