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... I workout quite alot but im still trying to get the balance between too much and too little. ... (0 replies)
... It's not best, necessarily. If you're trying to lose fat, doing your cardio before breakfast is helpful because it's forcing your body to tap into bodyfat for fuel instead of using any food eaten during the day. So some of this will depend on your goals. It might also be that you did not eat *after* your workout (or if you did, you dod not mention it), which depletes glycogen... (6 replies)
... of cardio, and 30 to 40 of weights. I'm a mom who has to school age kids who are on summer vacation, and don't like to stay home. So my time is limited to early morning workouts. Ive been logging on my eating online. Found out I've been eating around 1600 cals a day. ... (5 replies)

... I can't work out in the morning or I am tired all day. That's just the way my body is. ... (9 replies)
... I was full of energy this morning completed an high intensity cardio session. Felt awesome, till I stepped on the scale. up to 136, yikes! ... (5 replies)
... since it is so low in the first place and is simply a fat burning workout, so I am starting to add weights to my morning routine and expect when I get closer to my target weight that I will start to lower the time spent on the treadmill in the morning. ... (6 replies)
... Wokrout whenever it is best for you. If you're not a morning person and can't get up an extra hour earlier to hit the gym before work, then maybe you should go after work. However, if you're going to get out of work and say "oh I'm tired, I'll just skip the gym today," then maybe you should consider going in the morning. ... (7 replies)
... Everyone is different for me I find my morning workouts with nothing but a full glass of water in me are the best. It gets me going big time throughout the day. ... (9 replies)
Energy Drinks
Aug 2, 2012
... I don't want to crash after my workout. I would prefer energy food or a high quality low sugar energy drink. ... (6 replies)
... my whole life. Last August I started exercising more vigorously. I started to jog on treadmill regularly for the first time. I always hated running because I got tired very fast when I was a kid. ... (3 replies)
... I started working out friday morning at the gym. ... (1 replies)
... It also keeps your body's metabolism up longer than just cardio alone. Perform some cardio after a lifting routine for a "cooldown" or do it on the nonlifting days. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, you can build decent muscle using this approach, providing your workout schedule is right. ... (27 replies)
... every morning and workout. Lately I can't seem to get up. ... (2 replies)
... reps. Each workout should be done for an hour for best results...anymore and you could be overtraining and injuries. ... (5 replies)
... in the morning for cardio workouts and in the evening for muscle building. The reason being that I'll be too tired for muscle building after doing cardio. If I go on the morning and have breakfast BEFORE my workout, do I still burn efficient amount of fat or does it decrease a lot? ... (27 replies)
... I'm having a hard time getting motivated to go to the gym lately. There is no way I can go in the morning, so I have to go after work. Typically I work all day, come home for dinner, rest a bit and then go to the gym. ... (5 replies)
... ends to clean the house. People, kids, and other family type things can do a number on you and make you feel tired or stressed out. It's also easier to make excuses for not exercising like "I don't have the time tonight, because I have to..... ... (11 replies)

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