Eating or not eating? That is the question.
Ask a dozen different people who train regularly on their food perspective before training, and you'll get as many answers. Some swear by a certain kind of protein shake. Others have a pre-workout drink with a long list of unspeakable ingredients, but it certainly makes them even better. Then there are those who make fun of the idea of eating, if they even think about training.
The question of whether to eat before training or not can be a hazy mess of misunderstandings and disinformation. We talked to two nutrition experts to break the most common myths ̵
Myth # 1
Eating before exercise does not make sense when I try to lose weight.