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Nutrition before training

Do you need carbs right before a workout? :unsure: :unsure: :unsure: :unsure:
Carbohydrates – the main energy source of human body. If you do not eat carbohydrates, the body begins to get energy from protein. But if you don't eat either one, the fuel used is fat. In General, all depends on your goals. For example, bodybuilders need in diverse, complex food, while lovers of conventional fitness will get more results in the reduction of certain food groups. However, the same bodybuilders, in the case of long periods without exercise and useful protein diet, carbohydrate diet, and even simple starvation.

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Nutrition before training

To properly fuel your body’s energy needs and facilitate muscle growth, you need carbohydrates, fats, and protein. Your body converts mostly carbohydrates and fats into glycogen, but proteins can be converted to glycogen as well if there aren’t any fats or carbs available. Glycogen is stored in the muscles for immediate use. Your body generally runs on a combination of energy from it’s own stored energy (fat) and glycogen in the muscles. The body can run without glycogen stores In the muscles, but for vigorous activity you will be far stronger and faster if your muscles have access to immediate glycogen supplies.

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Nutrition before training

The best foods before exercise are those that provide the body with instant energy so that the body had enough "fuel" for intense exercise. And the best way to provide the body with instant energy is to eat foods that are rich in carbohydrates.If the person before exercise consume foods rich in carbohydrates, in addition to obtaining body energy, another advantage is that the food remains in the stomach no more than two hours. On the other hand, if the food is rich in excess fat and protein, it is digested they will be several hours, which can create a number of gastrointestinal problems for the trainee. :) :) :) :) Thus, the power before training should be in the ratio of 3:1 for carbohydrates and proteins, with a very small amount of healthy fats such as those found in olive oil or flax seeds.

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Nutrition before training

What you eat could make your next workout better, whether you're just starting to exercise or you’re an athlete in training. Eating right can help energize your workout. Which foods are best, which should you avoid, and when should you eat? Your muscles rely on carbohydrate foods like breads, cereals, pasta, rice, fruits, and vegetables for quick energy. You need protein for your muscles and for your blood cells, which bring nutrients and oxygen to your muscles.You also need fluids, or your body will have a hard time performing at its best. Water is often enough. But if you're exercising for more than 60 minutes in hot, humid conditions, sports drinks may help. They give you carbs and sodium, as well as fluids. Sports drinks are also a good choice if you play team sports like soccer or football, especially when the temperature and humidity are high. If you sweat a lot, a sports drink might be preferable to water. Gels are concentrated forms of carbs. They can help long-distance cyclists and runners get some quick fuel during exercise. Since they are so concentrated, you should wash them down with water to prevent stomach upset.

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Nutrition before training

Eating around your training is vital to your progress. Find out the best way to get the nutrients you need for the best results in the gym!
At this point, you should know that nutrition has a significant impact on your results.Food eaten before exercise should provide carbohydrate. It should also be low in fat and moderate in fibre to make digestion easier and reduce the risk of gastrointestinal discomfort. For most exercise sessions, the emphasis on carbohydrate and fluid for the pre-event meal. However, it is also useful to continue to consider other nutritional goals when choosing a pre-exercise meal. This may mean including foods that include protein, vitamins and minerals.Food consumed before exercise is only useful once it has been digested and absorbed. This means you need to time your food intake so that the fuel becomes available during the exercise period. The time required for digestion depends on the type and quantity of food consumed. Generally, foods higher in fat, protein and fibre tend to take longer to digest than other foods, and may increase the risk of stomach discomfort during exercise.

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As well as the recruitment of muscle mass, to eat before workout no later than 2 hours before it starts, while the amount of carbohydrates is reduced to 15-20 g, :cheer: :cheer: :cheer: :cheer: and the amount of protein to 10-15 g. eat only complex carbohydrates (vegetables, cereals, wholemeal bread, pasta from wheat flour, etc.). If you will not eat before training begins, you will not be able to achieve a high level of intensity, as the body unable to produce the required amount of energy.
If you will take large amounts of food or eat immediately before training, during which you will spend, mainly, food energy, and not fat.

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I must tell You that proper nutrition during training is 70% of success in electrointensive. You work up a sweat, try to grow muscle or to lose fat, but if you do not receive correct nutrients, then all Your efforts are in vain. Therefore suggest that you study this article several times to sort out and understand for themselves that if You have tried in the gym, overworked muscles will certainly begin to change. The question is, what if you gave them food from outside and necessary for them, then all is well.. But if not given power, they will take it from the internal organs or muscles that are not worked in this workout.

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If you cannot train on an empty stomach, and during the day, then an hour and a half before workout I recommend is to eat complex carbohydrates (pasta, oatmeal, rice): they will give you energy for the long term. If before exercise can eat normally fails and you feel that your forces -- "at zero", and to train not hunting, a half-hour before workouts throw in a quick "coal": banana with coffee, dried fruits. Fast carbs and fast that give a quick burst of energy. It will allow you to start training and it's annoying to "second breath", which is necessarily open. It is always open, if not caught "peretin" but you to him, sorry, far.

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To eat before beginning the training process should not later than 2 hours prior to the event. It is known that physical activity slows down and even stops the digestion, so, go do it on an empty stomach. In addition, an overly full stomach will interfere with the full exercise, you may experience problems such as acid reflux, nausea and decreased endurance. B) Carbohydrates before training will provide you with energy . Taken proteins will be used by the body as sources of amino acids to the working muscles, creating an anabolic so-called “background”.

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I do not eat anything like that before my work out, as I am not sure that this is healthy. I think that your immune system struggles when you eat different supplements. If you make all those work outs for the health benefits, really, I do not recommend you to eat the supplements before the training.

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The best foods before exercise are those that provide the body with instant energy so that the body had enough "fuel" for intense exercise. And the best way to provide the body with instant energy is to eat foods that are rich in carbohydrates. ;) ;) ;) ;) If the person before exercise consume foods rich in carbohydrates, in addition to obtaining body energy, another advantage is that the food remains in the stomach no more than two hours. On the other hand, if the food is rich in excess fat and protein, it is digested they will be several hours, which can create a number of gastrointestinal problems for the trainee.

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