Tag Archives: workout

Are You Overdoing It With Exercise/Training?

  • by Matt Jennings
  • December 6, 2019
Several workouts missed because you seemingly have lost motivation to go to the gym and get in a ‘workout’. Been there…done that…so what! You my friend have likely succumbed to the world of becoming Overtrained. EVERYONE who works out…has worked out with any frequency of intensity has gone through this…will go through this…and will need […]Read More >>
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What Should I Eat Before My Next Workout? (No Time)

  • by Matt Jennings
  • December 1, 2019
If you are pressed for time and a meal behind for your workout, simply eat a piece of fruit about thirty minutes before your workout. Fruits contain the sugar fructose which is relatively low on the glycemic index. This is good because you will not have an insulin spike and the post hypoglycemic effect (low […]Read More >>
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What Should I Eat Before My Next Workout? (Bonus Tip)

  • by Matt Jennings
  • November 29, 2019
If you are pressed for time and a meal behind for your workout, simply eat a piece of fruit about thirty minutes before your workout. Fruits contain the sugar fructose which is relatively low on the glycemic index. This is good because you will not have an insulin spike and the post hypoglycemic effect (low […]Read More >>
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What Should I Eat Before My Next Workout?

  • by Matt Jennings
For best results, try to consume your pre-workout meal approximately two to three hours before training. Giving yourself about two hours from the end of your meal and the start of exercise will ensure that the majority of your meal is digested and will prevent gastric upset. Have slow burning carbs and a lean source […]Read More >>

Weekend Bingers…Weekday Workouts…

  • by Matt Jennings
  • June 6, 2017
…Wash…Rinse…Repeat FULL DISCLOSURE: I enjoy tequila…preferably Tenoch Reposado and Don Julio 1942. Both are VERY expensive 100% agave that I will purposefully sip…and never ‘pour’.   I have so many friends who believe that you can workout with some consistency, enjoy your weekend partying with friends and still enjoy some level of long term health. […]Read More >>