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I'm thrilled to see this. I'm a distance runner, and have been logging 55+
miles a week for the last two months. I have a routine where I wake at 5:30
and actually don't drink my coffee until 8:30 as I prefer to drink it
because I like it, rather then depending on it for energy. Within 30min of
my drinking it, however, I always tend to start feeling much better. It was
just my unscientific assumption that something might have been going on
there, and as a result, I start and finish many of my 12+ mile runs at one
of my favorite coffee shops so I can get a cappuccino as a post run pick me
up. The carbs in the milk are also a source of muscle repair if you drink
it soon enough to the end of an activity of cardio that last over 60min.
From: Eddie Dove [mailto:southcoastcoffeeroaster]
Sent: Wednesday, January 17, 2007 9:26 PM
Subject: Re: +Coffee helps reduce pain from working out!
If one skips the workout, is it purely euphoric?
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On 1/17/07, Laura Micucci wrote:
Interesting. I go to the gym after work though. It would be great if I had
a set up at work to make coffee before I go to the gym because according to
the article you are supposed to drink coffee before you work out. I just got
home from the gym and had a decaf, but that doesn't count apparently. It's
the caffiene that does it. Oh well...
On 1/17/07, Frank Parth wrote:
Cool! As if I needed another excuse to drink coffee.http://www.cnn.com/2007/HEALTH/diet.fitness/01/17/caffeine.pain.reut/index.html