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3/6/12 9:48 P
I would suggest a larger snack and then smaller lunch so you do not feel full when you work out. Get to know what foods make you feel "heavy" and take longer to digest etc. and do not have them too close to your workout. Good luck!
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29,277 3/6/12 8:46 P
can you eat more at lunch and a small dinner I remember reading some where we should eat our big meal during the day a light supper. would that help any? where do you do you have put your snack?
Edited by: SPARKFRAN514 at: 3/6/2012 (20:48)
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3/6/12 8:40 P
Could you try eating more, but smaller, meals?
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3/6/12 1:52 P
I am having problem with not a enough of time between my meal and exercising. I have breakfast around 7:30 and lunch is at 1:15 then go to the gym at 4 pm. Well still feel full when I am working out. I do not like to eat too much at dinner time because I just got done working out. I could use some help someone.
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