Today, anyone reading this page knows that the result is 80% diet and 20% exercise. If you want results, you need to be clear about your diet. You can also visit WSID to put your queries related to exercise.
What does it mean? What are you trying to do?
• Lose weight? Make sure you have a weight loss plan (link in resource box below).
• Build muscle? Find out what needs to be done to get bigger and stronger (link in the resource box below).
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Most importantly, you should know that the total calories burned will have the greatest impact on your results. Only when you have your calorie intake tailored to your goals do you need to focus on details like your pre and post workout diet.
I have it? GOOD.
Once you have entered your overall diet plan, knowing how many calories to consume and how much protein, carbohydrates and (macro) fats you have, you can start playing with the timing.
In plain English, what you eat before you exercise and what you eat after you exercise can have a significant impact on the quality of your workouts and your overall results.
What to eat before exercise: Eat before exercise
The main purpose of a pre-workout diet is to provide your body with the nutrients and fuel to properly exercise. You might spend an hour at the gym. You have to make it count.