I've been working out before breakfast for about two years. It works well for me.
03/08/2012 - 1:00am
I always ate both before and after my morning workouts for the sake of my health. I ate 100-200 carb-based, low-fat calories before and 50% of the amount of calories burned during the workout after, focusing on protein and carbs. I lost 95 pounds in a little under a year.
03/07/2012 - 11:18am
I agree, your body needs fuel prior to working out. The article focuses on a "high fat, high calorie" breakfast, not a healthy one. Remember if you work out in the morning, you have likely been without food for 8-10 hours. Not only do you need the fuel, without it, you will be burning muscle rather than fat stores. The title of the article is very misleading.
03/07/2012 - 7:55am
Yes, check your facts! Rule of thumb: you can postpone breakfast if your workout is lower intensity (like walking or yoga), but eat something if it's higher for a better workout (and just as much impact calorie and fat wise)
03/07/2012 - 7:48am
I agree with the other comment, while it may be good to hold off eating a "High calorie High Fat breakfast, your body needs fuel. Remember, you have likely had nothing to eat for nearly 8-10 hrs prior to waking. The title of the article is very misleading.
03/07/2012 - 7:42am
"as it may help your weight-loss efforts" - it will also help you faint - breakfast after working out is a very stupid idea - Hilary, check some info about blood sugar and working out - it is irresponsible to push such info to people