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Great drink For a Boost @ The Gym!

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  • Juice for Pre- and Post-Workout Energy
    Note: If you don’t have a juicer, this will work in the blender. The juice will come out a lot thicker, but the raw nutrients will still be there.

  • You will need
    1 large whole cucumber
    Cucumbers are a great source of potassium, one of the major electrolytes that is lost when we sweat. They’re super hydrating!

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  • 4 large celery stalks
    The humble celery is actually a wonderful source of live and soluble sodium, the other major electrolyte we lose during workouts. Celery is also an anti-inflammatory, helping to keep muscles calm and digestive tracts happy.

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  • 2 apples, any kind
    Apples have naturally occurring sugars that give us a boost of energy, and because they're high in fiber, you won’t get hungry during exercise. And you’ll feel sated when drinking the juice post-exercise.

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  • 2 cups (roughly; eyeball it) watermelon
    Watermelon is the new darling of the workout world—recent studies have shown that watermelon juice contains high levels of the relatively rare amino acid L-citrulline, which prevents sore muscles after an intense workout.

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  • Wash everything, then toss in your juicer or blender, and hit the “on” button. If you’re blending, add a cup of water to help liquefy your fruit. The mixture will start out light green but, thanks to the watermelon, will rapidly turn a (sort of fugly) green-pink-brown. It taste like candy, I swear.

  • This recipe will make roughly 30 ounces of fresh juice, which you’ll need to keep in the fridge in an airtight container (stir before drinking). Drink it all up within two days, and then … make it again!

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