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2013-08-18 5:53 AM
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Subject: RE: Coke on the run

Originally posted by ChrisM Gels are pretty much liquid candy.  I have considered eating a chocolate one for dessert when the cupboards were otherwise bare (didn't though )

But of course this ^^^ is because you're trying to lose weight?  Yes?

2013-08-19 3:19 PM
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Subject: RE: Coke on the run
Remembered this thread yesterday at Timberman 70.3 when I was crashing with one more lap of the run to go and just couldn't stand the thought of another Gu or Chomp. I highly doubt I would have tried the Coke had I not read this, but I grabbed one every chance I got through the next 7 miles and it worked great. Thanks.

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2013-08-20 9:04 AM
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Subject: RE: Coke on the run
it might be more of a mental switch.
I have NO idea how I powered back the last 8 miles, but coke was my friend that whole segment.
it does seem to have an effect whether real or not, if you believe it probably does.
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