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Pre workout Diets

What you need to eat bedore hitting the Gym

An empty stomach in Gym can distract a person during workout. While exercising with a full stomach is not ideal therefore eating at the right time is important. The major source of fuel for the body is carbohydrate therefore it is ideal to have something rich in carbohydrates. Therefore, one must have easily digestible carbohydrates that can help prevent the hunger during exercise and give you energy.
Having oatmeal is great before your morning workouts, when you're running on an empty stomach and so you can't have a meal a couple of hours before your workout.
Oatmeal is known to settle well and also a great source of energy. If you add a dash of fruits to your oatmeal, even better.
Brown rice with chicken
While a majority of people work out in the mornings before heading to college or work, there are those who hit the gym in the evenings or at night due to time constraints. For them, having brown rice with chicken is a good option. Nutritionist Dr Zainab Sayed explains, Brown rice is absorbed slowly and a good source of fibre and carbs while chicken is an ideal form of lean meat and protein. Thus, making this combination ideal before a workout. You would require about 200 to 300 calories hence, you can eat about one medium size bowl of brown rice (30 gm uncooked brown rice) with two pieces of chicken.
Protein shakes
These are very popular among those who hit the gym. Protein is extremely important for overall development of the muscles, bones and even skin. A protein shake is good if you do not receive adequate amount from natural sources. For athletes and people doing regular workouts, it is fine to have a protein shake after a workout, but not every couple of hours.
They contain sugar and starch that give energy to the body. They are very rich in carbohydrates. One medium-sized banana eaten about 45 minutes to an hour before your workout is generally enough to keep you going throughout your workout routine. It's like adding fuel to the body. But each person should understand his body and cater to his/her own body needs.
Peanut butter sandwich/Bagel with honey
Yes, you heard it right. But the trick here is to opt for whole wheat or multigrain bread for the sandwich and a whole wheat bagel instead. Honey is an excellent source of natural sugar i.e. energy. In case you're wondering about the calorie count here. If you're working out in the morning then have a brown bread peanut butter sandwich, since you have been fasting for the last eight to nine hours.
Energy/Granola bars
Eating a pre-exercise bar means you'll have more reserves during a workout. Energy bars usually have carbs, which is what gives energy to the body. However, make sure your energy/granola bar has minimum amount of fat, proteins and fibre.
Curds or dahi contain calcium and proteins and a bit of natural sugar present in small quantities. Because it is easy on the stomach and the digestive system, it's a great option to consume it before an intense workout. Adding some whole grain cereal, fruits or honey to yoghurt will give you a quick energy boost.