Weight Loss Tip from BCS Fitness

Sometimes, in an effort to add more muscle or lose unwanted fat, we turn our attention to our pre-workout nutrition. For most of us, we really do not have a need for a pre-workout nutrition strategy and would only be taking in useless calories in doing so.

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In short, if you have eaten a meal/snack in a 1-2 hour window before your training, and are well hydrated, you should be fine not having a pre-workout meal or snack. The only exceptions might be if you fall into one of the following categories. Here’s a hint…like myself, most of you won’t fall into one of these categories…

Continued at BCSFitness.com >>

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