#1
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#3
I get cramps when I go after so I'm wondering if it's the other way around...
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#5
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I get cramps when I go after so I'm wondering if it's the other way around...

eat a banana or two.
#6
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2 hours after you eat.

+1 2-3 hours after you eat

i usualy go before dinner...
if youl go right after dinner the food is gonna get back up after 2 or 3 minutes...
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#8
If you're trying to burn fat......

Interval training is superior.
I usually eat 1/3 cup of rice and a small tuna wrap before hitting the gym. I lift for about 45 mins, abs for 15, then 15 mins of interval training

1 min at a walk.......30 seconds at a flat out jog.........repeat for 15-20 minutes
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#9
[quote="'Tommy[fin"]']If you want to lose weight, jog in the mornings, come home, drink water for an hour and then eat breakfast.
^ Make sure you drink plenty of water. A lot of people don't realise it's key to loosing weight.
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#10
You are less likely to throw up if you go before, but like the man above says, two hours after youve eaten is best, because otherwise you're basically using energy you dont have.
#11
you need to wait atleast 2 hours after eating a meal to do exercise because during that time all the blood is going to your stomach to digest your food.
or before dinner
#12
Before, after dinner your body is occupied with digesting the stuff you ate. Depending on the food, you should jog 2 to 5 hours after dinner.
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#14
Depends on what your body is like. I used to go for 20-25 mile runs at 5 a.m without eating anything or having a single drop of water.
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#15
Drinking water helps cramp

If you divert blood away from digesting you will just feel sick while running.




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#16
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#17
either way it dont matter

if after, make sure its more than 1 hour after, unless u eat reallly light, cause as mention, you'll probably cramp up

if before make sure u eat(something with protein or have a protein shake) within 30 minutes of running so that ur muscles can absorb the protein and will develope faster


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Depends on what your body is like. I used to go for 20-25 mile runs at 5 a.m without eating anything or having a single drop of water.



ummm, the london marathon is just over that? are you like some kind of superhuman
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if before make sure u eat(something with protein or have a protein shake) within 30 minutes of running so that ur muscles can absorb the protein and will develope faster


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Actually if you run without eating before, your body keeps burning fat for around an hour after the jog, assuming the jog was at least 45 minutes. Just drink water for that time.


Correct me if I'm wrong.
#20
well idk exactly im no expert, but just make sure u eat something relatively soon after working out or running

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#21
^I don't know about the fat part, but energy drinks were made to replace eating before a jog. They give ya all the glucose you need for that time, and thus here is your solution.
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ummm, the london marathon is just over that? are you like some kind of superhuman


All marathons are 26.2 miles. I've run a few. You need to do those 20-25 mile runs for marathon training.
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All marathons are 26.2 miles. I've run a few. You need to do those 20-25 mile runs for marathon training.


Yeah... but I don't think he wants to run for a whole day or until he dies.
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#25
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I get cramps when I go after so I'm wondering if it's the other way around...

only women get cramps
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^I don't know about the fat part, but energy drinks were made to replace eating before a jog. They give ya all the glucose you need for that time, and thus here is your solution.

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#28
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Yeah... but I don't think he wants to run for a whole day or until he dies.

20 miles aren't even close to an whole day.
Less then 6 hours in calm walking.
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#29
Quote by sleepwalker16
^I don't know about the fat part, but energy drinks were made to replace eating before a jog. They give ya all the glucose you need for that time, and thus here is your solution.

Energy drinks like Monster, Red Bull, etc, are designed to keep obese shut-ins awake in their chair long enough to finish their Molten Core run in World of Warcraft.

My running schedule has less to do with food and more to do with temperature outside. I wake up at 7am, drink a bit o' gatorade or something, go for a little run, then come back and make breakfast. By noon it's too hot to run, and I don't like running at night cause I live in the city and I work evenings, so it's unsafe and I'm usually already tired as hell.
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20 miles aren't even close to an whole day.
Less then 6 hours in calm walking.


Yeah well you're from Israel so you have to run days on end just for water. 20 miles to a Yank trying to lose weight would take atleast 4 weeks.
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Yeah well you're from Israel so you have to run days on end just for water. 20 miles to a Yank trying to lose weight would take atleast 4 weeks.



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#32
Before. You can't have all that food jiggling 'round your stomach
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#33
lol... yes, some Americans don't seem to care for the whole active lifestyle thing.

See the kid above who said energy drinks are for working out.. eeyeah.
#35
Ok listen.........You need carbs throughout the day. A very small serving of carbs ~ 1/3 cup of brown rice and some protein ~ 1/2 can of tuna is great before a workout. Its better to lift weights before running cause then your heart rate will be elevated a bit before the run. Long winded runs won't burn as much fat as interval training......trust me, i know from experience. It's more important to get your heart rate up. As i've said before....1:30 at a moderate pace and then 30 seconds of flat out sprinting for 15-20 minutes is a hell of alot better than running 10k at a slower pace. This is because it will aid in muscle growth by activating your fast twitch fibers during the sprints, as well as elevating your heart rate much more. Water is essential for losing weight, I recommend at least 2L throughout the day. Green tea is also an excellent addition as it will boost your metabolism and digestion. I usually have a cup with every meal. Fish oil is also another excellent supplement as it will help to mobilize fat. I recommend taking ~ 5-10 capsules a day during a cutting phase.
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#36
I have already lost about 60 pounds. I'm just looking to tone up a bit more, and stay healthy. And yes, I already lift. In the morning I have a protein shake, turkey sandwich+veggies for lunch, and then dinner which is usually meat/chicken+ a small side of starches+veggies.

Edit: I drink water all day, and will sometimes have tea at night. Also, fish oil capsules I take daily.
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Ok listen.........You need carbs throughout the day. A very small serving of carbs ~ 1/3 cup of brown rice and some protein ~ 1/2 can of tuna is great before a workout. Its better to lift weights before running cause then your heart rate will be elevated a bit before the run. Long winded runs won't burn as much fat as interval training......trust me, i know from experience. It's more important to get your heart rate up. As i've said before....1:30 at a moderate pace and then 30 seconds of flat out sprinting for 15-20 minutes is a hell of alot better than running 10k at a slower pace. This is because it will aid in muscle growth by activating your fast twitch fibers during the sprints, as well as elevating your heart rate much more. Water is essential for losing weight, I recommend at least 2L throughout the day. Green tea is also an excellent addition as it will boost your metabolism and digestion. I usually have a cup with every meal. Fish oil is also another excellent supplement as it will help to mobilize fat. I recommend taking ~ 5-10 capsules a day during a cutting phase.


This.
#38
you should eat between 6-7 small meals a day. If you wanna tone up.......more lifting obviously, you will lose more fat with a greater percentage of muscle due to an elevated BMR. You wanna keep your protein intake high and your carb intake moderate........but yes you need carbs. I recommend 1/2 cup of dry oats in the morning, and about a cup of cooked brown rice and a couple pieces of a fruit a day. Carbs are essential ~1-1.5 hrs after a workout. With regards to lifting, Squats, deadlifts, benchpress, pullups and rows (not machine) are your best bets. They're compound exercises which target multiple muscle groups and will help out alot more than say bicep curls or leg lifts.
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#39
before breakfast.
i've heard it gives your metabolism a kick.
Of course I'm too lazy to go jogging at any time. I don't like it.
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