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You should always eat something before you train, regardless of what time! You need carbs for the energy to get through your workout and protein immediately following.
Having a 8 year old and being married I have the same problem and also work out at 5am. I get up at 4:30, drink cold coffee mixed with a scoop of protein powder and a little almond milk and I am off. I follow up the workout with a banana or other quick carb and a little more protein. Then have a meal about 7:45 before I start work. Ideally i should have a few more carbs before I train but I'm trying to loose fat, soo I am overly carb conscious.
Its a great workout though.
just my humble opinion, but working out early in the day helps to motivate me to keep up with my new diet, rather than 'blow it' by falling back into my old eating habits
I workout on an empty stomach every morning at 4am. I have had great results as well! Just get you a good pre workout supplement that will give you energy to make it through your workout. I personally like C4, Hyper FX & Nano Vapor. Don't forget the protein shake immediately after the workout though!
Working out on an empty stomach is totally fine. those who say you HAVE to eat before are silly. I've been doing it for years. Especially if you are like me, and workout at 5am.
I'm in my 4th week of the program, down about 13 lbs and lost more than 3% body fat. It works great for me since I don't have a ton of time to train and am not a "BALLISTIC" trainer who goes at the weights with ferociousness intensity. I like to push myself, maybe that intensity comes in the future.
Has anyone thought of doing the workouts in super-set's?
Can you think of a reason not to?
Thanks for the post. It's encouraging. I just started the program today. I hope i see results at week 4, that would be great.
@dpbunch- Good luck with your transformation! I am starting week 4 and have seen AMAZING results so far! I have followed the workout schedule to a T, the diet has been extremely clean compared to what I used to eat, yet there have been a couple nights of cheat meals. I just keep a positive attitude towards it and start fresh the next meal! Not sure on my stats, but my photos are showing major results! Hope its going well!
Totally disappointed after stepping on the scale but I am going to stay excited & motivated on this 12 week program. This is one time where I wish I were a guy so I could lose weight fast, lol.
Don't kid yourself about guys having it any easier when it comes to losing weight. I've been fighting the same weight for years now, and I'll admit it might be me, but even when I'm training hard, it doesn't just slough off. That aside, stay motivated, and you'll get there. Good luck! :)
Whatever you do, don't doubt yourself! You have to believe that the weight will come off, and you'll begin to transform you body the way you want it to be! Stay focused and stay motivated!! You got this!
The scale doesn't always tell the truth. You could be building muscle & burning off fat at the same time. GO by how you feel & how your clothes fit. I find that is usually how I notice changes initially. Keep the faith!
im in the same spot as you are. i had to have my wife hide the scale. it makes it much easier to keep my motivation level high. dont look at the numbers and the process becomes much easier.
Hi-Protein Nutrition Shake!