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- Mon, 07 Aug 2017 13:10:44 EST 7DMYXqAU No.94356
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Is it a good idea/safe to try and work out when I can't actually eat anything solid? I literally made the decision two days ago to get back on healthy eating and exercising with the intention of bulking/strengthening enough to give me the confidence/incentive to finally start going to the gym, but then after one day of that some creep outside a bar smacked me in the jaw leaving me unable to chew solid food.

I've been drinking soup and protein shakes with added fruit, would it be wise to try and keep up with exercise or would I just be doing unnecessary damage?

I hate my life
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Priscilla Fanhood - Mon, 07 Aug 2017 23:52:25 EST PxD3sApo No.94366 Reply
>>94356
As long as you are hitting the calories you should be and the macros you need, it shouldn't make much of a difference
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10 out of 10 - Wed, 25 Oct 2017 06:48:53 EST KcxzA8FH No.94468 Reply
Liquid diet is for the toothless

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