The Ultimate Pre-Workout Foods!!
Getting ready for a freaking strenuous workout? So just fill up your plates with the following foods that’ll keep you going strong in the long exhausting hours of your gym session.
You’re a fit guy. You ignore the awful stuff, always hit #Legs and lift freaking heavy ass weights. But if you want your physique to continue performing like a Ferrari, then you’ve have to put in the high-octane fuel—and that means eating healthily the correct meals before your workouts.
Even though you may be convinced to skip the calories, don’t. Not eating before a workout can result in low blood sugar, which leads to fatigue and tiredness. “If I don’t have my Pre-exercise meal, my workout isn’t the same and it feels like a waste.” If you fuel properly, you’ll work out harder.”
I’ll repeat that: fuel correctly. Jumping on junk food will just be counterproductive, and can leave you feeling ill. So get the good stuff—it’ll boost your strength and your muscular gains.
“They’re nature’s Power packed Pre-Workout,” Bananas are loaded with edible carbohydrates and are filled with potassium, which assists in protecting nerve and lean muscle function. The body doesn’t store potassium for very long, so a medium banana before an exercise session will help keep nutrient levels elevated. I myself eat 1 banana daily and it is highly suggested for morning exercisers: “Get up and eat a medium banana with 1/2 cup of Greek yogurt. Wait about 30 minutes and then hit the gym. Your body will need the carbohydrates and protein.”
Oatmeal are loaded with fiber, which means they progressively release carbohydrates into your blood vessels. This regular flow maintains your energy levels constant during your workout. Oats also provide Vitamin B, which help convert carbohydrates into energy. Help yourself to one cup at least thirty minutes before you begin working out.
A slice of wholesome bread a great source of complex carbohydrates. You can top it off with jam or honey for additional energy or sliced up hard-boiled eggs for high-quality protein. If you’re hitting the gym during your lunch break, seize some bread about 45 minutes before you head out. Top it with a couple slices of turkey.
What strikes your mind first when you wake up in the morning- COFFEE!! Yes, Coffee is one of the best Pre-workout you can get in before your workout. The caffeine in coffee boosts your metabolism like nothing else, enhances your mood and keeps you more focused during your exercise sessions. Get a cup of Black Coffee (No Milk, No Sugar) 30-45 minutes before your workout and get ready to kick off your session with a blast!!
5.FRUIT AND YOGHURT
Fresh fruit is rich in carbohydrates and Greek yogurt is packed with high-quality protein. “People tend to skip fruit and other foods that are high in carbs.”; but protein doesn’t breakdown quick enough to become fuel for a workout. The carbs from fruit break down quickly and the protein is used later to prevent muscle damage. A great morning habit would be to start each day with a Fruit and Greek Yogurt Bowl.
Things to avoid:
If you’re going to steer clear away from this list, then there is a couple of things you should keep in mind. Make sure to steer clear of highly processed foods before working out—fat leaves the stomach very slowly, which means you’ll feel full and sluggish and could cramp up easily. Although carbohydrates are beneficial, you should not get them from raw sugar or candy. Either of those foods will cause a sugar rush—and probably a crash—while you’re mid-workout. Also, don’t binge on before you workout. These are all snack recommendations, not meals. Too much can cause indigestion, slowness, nausea and vomiting.