AM Workout Meal Plan

When you’re working out in the morning, the goal is to give your body some fuel for the workout, but you don’t want to be full. You also want to be able to eat enough after working out and throughout the day to promote recovery. With the right nutrition and regular exercise you will be able to promote fat loss and build lean muscle. The exact times are just examples; what’s important is the amount of time between meals/snacks and the fact that 12 hours after your first calories you should be having your last calories. I also like to have more protein earlier in the day, more carbs after working out, and eat a higher percentage of fat for my last meal.




Author: NFShealth

Certified personal trainer, grad student in nutrition. Obsessed about all things regarding nutrition and health.

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