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    Focus on your goals El Kelio's Avatar
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    Tips on Trip. Suggestions welcome.

    I would take some vacations next week to some cities in Europe like Hungary, Venice, Viena, etc. for more about 20 days. I know for sure, that will be hard to train in every city i visit, and more when i'm traveling with people that are party animals.

    I'm taking with me :

    Multivitamins
    Vitamins C & E
    Whey Protein ( for breakfast )
    Protein Bars ( during day )
    What else ?

    I would take this time to rest, repair muscle and heal some little injuries that only need time to overcome.

    Suggestions Welcome.

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    Re: Tips on Trip. Suggestions welcome.

    Originally posted by El Kelio
    I would take some vacations next week to some cities in Europe like Hungary, Venice, Viena, etc. for more about 20 days. I know for sure, that will be hard to train in every city i visit, and more when i'm traveling with people that are party animals.

    I'm taking with me :

    Multivitamins
    Vitamins C & E
    Whey Protein ( for breakfast )
    Protein Bars ( during day )
    What else ?

    I would take this time to rest, repair muscle and heal some little injuries that only need time to overcome.

    Suggestions Welcome.

    *** Multi vits, MRP and protein bars.
    That's all.
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    Vitamin C and Niacin if you're going to Amsterdam... ;-)
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    Lonestrbeer, sorry for my ignorance, but, Niacin ?
    What for ?

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    In addition, stock up on tuna. thats what I did, you can get the stuff in any little store in any little city and it won't melt on you like a protein bar.
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