Episode # 72

Joe D’s Pre & Post-Workout Nutrition/Supplementation Recommendations

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Released on August 4, 2016

Joe starts this weeks podcast by sharing some bad news and some good news regarding #OperationRebuildJoeD. The rest of the show is dedicated to pre & post-workout nutrition/supplementation.



1:30 – Joe talks about the benefits of using Metabolic Meals

21:00 – Brian Cushing’s pre-workout nutrition tip [revisited from episode #6]

27:30 – The drawbacks of consuming too many calories too close to your workout

30:50 – Joe D’s Top 5 pre-workout snacks 

37:30 – Joe D’s favorite pre-workout supplements

52:50 – The safest, most-affordable pre-workout alternative for stimulant junkies

66:00 – The “bonus” pre-workout supplement that everyone forgets about [but it should be a staple in your diet year-round]

72:30 – Joe D’s Top Post-workout supplement recommendations

87:50 – The reason why Joe D. still believes in the “post-workout shake”


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  1. Hey Joe,

    I’ve been a listener of your great show for the past year and a half. I was a diabetic for 34 years ending up with kidney failure and dialysis. I had a kidney/pancreas transplant about 3 years ago and no longer diabetic or on dialysis. I had to lay off training as my health diminished but as soon as my doc gave me the green light to train I came back with a vengeance. At 51 I’m in better condition and training harder than I was in my 20’s. I tried adding l-tyrosine to my supplements this week. My brain fog is gone and my visual clarity seems to have improved in the first couple days of taking it. I also feel like my sleep has improved. I’m starting my “Rebuild Joe B.” project by heading to the functional medicine doc in September for a workup. Thanks for all the knowledge you impart through your podcast! I have learned volumes and passed what I have learned on to others.


  2. the reason for magnesium deficiency is the kidneys handle mg and potassium the same way. but most supplement will replace potassium but will not replace magnesium. when a person who comes into hospital with low potassium the magnesium is generally low too… don’t replace one without the other.

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