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Best Pre-Workout Foods For Women

Posted Sep 16 2009 10:30pm

Workouts take willpower and they require fuel, lots of nutritious fuel. Here’s a short guide to the best Pre-Workout foods for women that can maximize the results of your fitness and exercise routine.


Carbohydrates are perfect food sources to use before any exercise routine. When you use carbs, your body has food that is easily broken to be used for lasting energy. You can try adding some peanut butter to some celery stalks. Delicious and nutritious. The calorie count is kept to a minimum, but the energy factor is pure “Overdrive”.


Apples and Nuts

Apples are quick, easy to eat snacks. This fresh fruit is packed with vitamins and antioxidants. Plus it’s so light that after eating 1 or 2 small apples you don’t feel “overstuffed”. The pectin fibers help slow the sugar rush and you’re left with an energy surge that lasts through a normal workout routine. Add a few almonds, pecans, or walnuts and get a boost of healthy fat and critically needed protein. This is a great way to keep your energy level high and your hunger “on the fly”.


When you talk about the best Pre-Workout foods for women, you have to include fresh berries. Berries are one of the healthiest of all foods and they’re so low in calories. Fresh berries are also brimming with phytonutrients, anti-oxidants, and essential vitamins.

A cup of blueberries or fresh, juicy strawberries are super tasty and give you the “carb load” you need to get out there and “bust those moves” during the intense parts of your workouts. You can even make a smoothie from berries, crushed ice, and whey protein powder.


How cool and nutritious is that?

Need an added bonus?

Some studies are showing that using whey powder prior to a workout actually boosts fat loss and increases the building of lean muscle.

Wouldn’t hurt to try it out right?

So those are some of the best pre-workout foods that can give you the most “bang” for your “buck”. What kind of foods do you eat before a workout?

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