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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 >>
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Amp Up Your Strength Training With A Dose Of This↓

  • by Matt Jennings
  • January 15, 2018
For years it has been common (and smart) practice that athletes and fitness enthusiasts have been using protein supplements after hitting the iron to optimize the benefits of a workout. Protein (and more accurately amino acids) are essential for both the recovery and remodeling/growth of muscle after an adequate strength training session. But it has […]Read More >>

Have This As A Pre-Workout Boost

  • by Matt Jennings
  • February 18, 2017
  Good, Arabica blend coffees are not only loaded with some pretty good anti-oxidants (the compounds in many foods that scavenge free radicals) they also contain alkaloids that act as central nervous system stimulants and have a lipolytic effect (release of fatty acids from triglycerides stored in fat tissue). So, a cup of Joe or […]Read More >>