You want to feel comfortable during exercise or increase your energy? What You Eat Before Youcould make the difference.
Trainer and celebrity trainer Harry Hanson says you eat the wrong foods before you can work up a sweat.
You do not want to eat anything that sits in your stomach and tries to break off during exercise, especially if it's an intense workout, "he told CBS News.
Some foods may be hard on your stomach right in front of you Exercise, although it is good for your diet at other times.
Pre-workout foods to avoid:
- High-fiber foods, including vegetables
Experts say that you may want to avoid nuts right in front of you This is because nuts have a high fat content that can last longer.
One of Hanson's customer, Dimitri Ouattara, says he keeps some distance from a workout session.
"I like it, if I feel like I'm training because I can do more, "he said," I feel freer. I'm more mobile. "
What Should You Eat Before and After Exercise?
What foods does Hanson recommend if you go to the gym?
He suggests that customers eat a banana 20 minutes before training
"Because it's a light carbohydrate, a complex carbohydrate that keeps insulin in your or sugar in your system for a long time," he said
And what you eat after training is just as important, Hanson says to have a protein bar or lean meat andwill help your body recover and repair itself.