Mentally prepare yourself for exercise is just the first step because the feeding is equally important in the process and with that in mind we present you some food what could be to you beneficial before starting your routine.
However, it is well worth saying from the beginning that you should go to a professional, be it a nutritionist or a coach, who will guide you in the most appropriate process. Whether you want to increase your muscle mass or lose weight.
First, there are dehydrated fruits, be it pineapple, figs, blackberries or dates, as these will provide you with a good amount of carbohydrates that are easy to digest as well as a moderate amount of sugars that will give you energy.
Although the first thing that is usually removed from the diet once a training process begins is bread. However, you can eat whole grain bread, and since we know you are not going to eat a slice alone, you can make yourself a toast, spread avocado and a boiled egg or low-fat turkey breast.
Oatmeal, which contains a large amount of B vitamins, will convert carbohydrates into energy. Leave a measure of oatmeal soaking overnight with water or milk, mix it with a banana and some nuts so you can put up with your routine.
Last but not least is the banana. In fact, it can be eaten before or after exercise due to the amount of potassium. In addition, the banana will provide carbohydrates for both your body and your brain.
Cereal bars are also useful, and a lot, but make sure they do not have excess sugar or they will be counterproductive. Remember, in addition to consuming some foods before exercise, drink enough water throughout the day.