Tip For Today / Pre Work Out Fuel

A pre-workout meal should be, something rich in carbohydrates, which serve as the body’s main source of energy. A pre-workout meal should also consist of a moderate amount of lean protein, which plays a key role in building and repairing tissue, including muscles. Keep fat and fiber to a minimum to ensure ease of digestion. Eating familiar foods will also help decrease the chance of any digestive problems. Find what works best for you – experiment with different foods and drinks to determine your ideal pre-exercise meal.
Here are some idea’s:
• Turkey and Swiss cheese sandwich with a side of fruit
• Oatmeal with a sprinkle of brown sugar, almonds, skim milk, and a banana
• Fruit and yogurt smoothie with low-fat granola

Be careful with your portion sizes. You don’t to get cramps, or feel sluggish, the idea is to give your body a boost not fill up.

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