Your body needs the right fuel before you work out – and that means eating high-energy foods like the ones in this video.
Eat some carbs 30-60 minutes before you start exercising but choose wholesome carbs and combine them with some lean protein. Also keep fat and sugar to a minimum. This provides you with long-lasting energy, helps improve performance and can keep your body from tiring out too quickly.
Here are 5 ideas for energizing pre-workout snacks:
Don’t eat empty carbs found in candy and sweets. They don’t give you enough energy and will most likely cause a blood sugar crash later on. Also avoid foods high in fat, like chips or pizza, because they take longer to digest and that can slow you down.
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