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pattonavwb   , 25

from West New York


Health Watch: Fuel Your Workout - News - Journal Star - Peoria, Il

6042526054904045674.jpg 1, 2014 @ 1:01 am Social News Tip of the free copy of Max Workout Week Food is fuel, and if you dont have the right fuel or the Shin Othake correct amount, it can throw a wrench into your workout. You want to avoid feeling full and sluggish, but you also want to avoid feeling empty and weak. Heres the scoop on eating before hitting the gym: Pre-Workout Grub - Exercise on an empty stomach will not only keep you from increasing intensity, but if you fail to start your engine, youll run out of stored carbs and start burning muscle instead of fat. So whats the perfect snack? 200-300 carbohydrate-based calories, plus a bit of protein and fat. Some favorite pre-workout snacks include: * An apple with a teaspoon of peanut butter. * Low-fat yogurt with some almonds or a sliced banana. * A slice of whole wheat bread with nut butter.
News source: http://www.pjstar.com/article/20140801/NEWS/140809986/10943/LIFESTYLE