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Old 01-20-2014, 02:10 PM
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Anybody ever do the milk gallon chug challenge at lunch?
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Old 01-20-2014, 03:05 PM
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Anybody ever do the milk gallon chug challenge at lunch?
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My wife packs my lunch for me in a small blue cooler. It always has a yogurt, bananna, ham or turkey with cheddar cheese sandwich on a potato roll, a string cheese, a couple other fruits or veggies and some type of nuts. I have something to munch on all day for $2.15 total...

For drink, I buy big cases of water from Sam's that cost $.10 per 20oz bottle of water.
Sounds like my cooler but I add bottles of Gatorade for rapid absorption of depleted electrolytes. Heat cramps were biggest problem this past summer and the potassium in G ade fixes it the quickest. Prefer proteins over carbs.
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Sounds like a recipe for vomit fertlizer.
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Old 01-20-2014, 03:39 PM
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Sounds like a recipe for vomit fertlizer.
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Drink a gallon of milk in 10 minutes. Never did it on a worksite. Just thought it was a funny visual! New meaning to fert + squirt!

On a serious note, while I like PB+J, I find that if I put in a few more minutes and make a "nicer" sandwich, I really appreciate it when lunch rolls around. Right now I am working with ham, salami, and bologna combos with tomato and various mustards.

I also find that the more I work, the leaner I get. No surprise there but the winter packs on the pounds only working 2-3 days per week.
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Old 01-26-2014, 07:32 PM
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I pack a lunch every day. Usually ham or turkey or bologna sandwich, some cookies, string cheese.
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Gonna start a new diet. No more crap food i want to chisel up this summer. Chicken breast and water
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I hear you on that! My diet has changed completely! Just had diverticulitous, had to have surgery and still recovering. Had 44 staples going down my chest. I'm eating better trying to get ready for the year and play catch up!!!

Jonlawn- sorry I blew you off for beers, we'll have to get together later
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I hear you on that! My diet has changed completely! Just had diverticulitis, had to have surgery and still recovering. Had 44 staples going down my chest. I'm eating better trying to get ready for the year and play catch up!!!
Diverticulitis?!? Yep...poor eating habits will cause gunk to cake-up on your colon. Best diet to prevent it is whole grains, fruits and veggies. Which we should all be eating anyway. That processed (fake) food is killing us slowly!!!
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Old 01-30-2014, 02:13 PM
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Jonlawn- sorry I blew you off for beers, we'll have to get together later
Jesus, man. Heal up. Keep me posted.
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