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Old June 8th, 2010, 11:05 AM
Jerylin Cruz Jerylin Cruz is offline
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Default coffee and working out

so this might be common sense but yesterday i had a caramel frap and then i went on a run. and seriously im already out if shape. halfway through i find m yself wanting to throw up! gag! never drink coffee and then run. not a good mix!
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Old June 10th, 2010, 09:50 AM
Frannie Rojas Frannie Rojas is offline
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xD Hahahahahaha....'.that's funny. I've been there before. Reminds me of an old boyfriend who used to be on a football team back in high school, and during his hell week, he had a 2-3 hour break. He ended up eating nachos one day and Carl's Junior the other day...he felt so sick, I'm surprised he didn't just spent the day throwing up, especially after doing rolls
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Old June 11th, 2010, 12:44 PM
Laleh Mendo Laleh Mendo is offline
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hell week in any sport sucks, i ditched mine when i was in highschool. anyways it have learned that if you eat before you do any kinda of sports then it would make you feel sick. im a total yoga junkie and one day i had a lunch meeting before i went to yoga then i felt so sick i didnt think it would be that bad because your not jumping around in yoga but omg it totally kills you never again.
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Old June 14th, 2010, 10:20 AM
Akemi Stone Akemi Stone is offline
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Coffee or any meal before working out with make you totally sick feeling.. coffee makes me super thirsty when i drink it and if i drink that then try to play some sort of physical activitys then i feel like im super dehydrated and that i can not perform to the best of my ablity.
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Old June 18th, 2010, 01:30 PM
Gianna Hudson Gianna Hudson is offline
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I would have to say that if you drink something like a caramel frappucino, then of course you're going to feel sick, you're loaded up with so much sugar and cream that it is going to make you sick. I have to say that a regular cup of coffee won't be so bad. But a frappucino, yeah, that'll make you sick.
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Old June 21st, 2010, 12:41 PM
Kami Riley Kami Riley is offline
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yeah certain things will make yoiu feel sick and i think coffee is one of them its funny tho becasue yeah it is a little common sense but at the same time.. im sure i would have bought a frap and then went running , and not feeling welll.
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Old August 6th, 2010, 03:12 PM
Tammy Bangs Tammy Bangs is offline
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I agree with Gianna. A Caramel Frappucino would definately make you feel ill if you work out immediately. However, a glass of coffee in the morning, first thing in the morning, would probably be okay, I think.

Although i do imagine that some people would get sick with regular coffee.
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Old August 26th, 2010, 04:07 PM
Terry Wentrick Terry Wentrick is offline
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im having coffee withdrawls and im in the most annoyed mood, ughhh either i need some caffine so i dont feel like doing anything;. but i wont allow myself to get a coffee
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