Drs. Rx: The Pre-Workout Smoothie
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Are you feeling a lack of energy or having trouble feeling motivated to workout while stuck in the house? The Doctors have a smoothie that could help give you the boost needed to stay active while quarantined.
We share a recipe for a pre-workout smoothie that is packed with healthy ingredients you might already have in your kitchen and it's simple to make. The ingredients (bananas, blueberries, spinach, almond milk, and cinnamon) may give you energy, improve blood flow and stabilize blood sugars -- and also packed with healthy antioxidants.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says the smoothie can help with fatigue and help you to "crush your fitness goals."
So take a break from binge-watching your favorite show, get out the blender, and drink up before your next home workout!