Compliance with the correct diet and its combination with the training process contribute to the rapid achievement of the desired results and getting rid of annoying kilograms and centimeters. Even if you follow a diet or the principles of proper nutrition, the approach to creating a menu during training days should be special.
Try not to eat for an hour and a half before training. It is advisable that the last meal before going to the gym contains the maximum amount of protein, is saturated with fiber and does not contain fats. This rule must be observed for the effective operation of fat burning processes directly during training. This does not mean that you need to deprive yourself of food for the whole day, just try to eat one and a half to two hours before coming to the hall.
After exiting the gym, do not over-eat or take carbohydrate-containing drinks. When losing weight, an important aspect is the refusal to eat for two hours after the training process. At this time, the body begins to burn fat cells, so any additional power sources can significantly neutralize its work.
On training days, you should not eat cakes, muffins, pastries, milk chocolate, fast food and carbonated sugary drinks. Only in the case of limiting the intake of fats and carbohydrates into the body can fat cells break down during the training process, otherwise you will not achieve any results.
Switch to fractional nutrition. If you follow the regimen of 4-5 single meals, it will be much faster to lose weight. You can do sports more effectively without experiencing feelings of hunger or lack of strength.
Do not give up completely on the consumption of fats and carbohydrates. Strict protein diets are not suitable for everyone, and if you want to lose weight, they can become a significant obstacle to the goal. It is fats that help to achieve the correct and correct functioning of the hormonal system, contribute to an increase in the rate of metabolic processes. Therefore, the basic rule of any dietary technique is the balance and compatibility of its components.
With a standard diet, the daily calorie content of foods should not exceed the 1200 calories mark. On training days, this rate can be increased to 1400-1500 calories due to protein and complex carbohydrates.
Try to make breakfast and lunch nutritious and saturated, in which case your body will have everything necessary and will manage to convert the received calories into energy, and will not put them into regular centimeters on the hips or waist.
Be sure to cook yourself something special for dinner. Let it be pesto pizza or egg pancake with mushrooms. You did a great job in the hall, followed all the rules and absolutely deserved encouragement.
The following menus can be called an ideal example of a daily diet on a workout day for dieters: oatmeal with peanuts for breakfast, cottage cheese casserole with pear for a second meal, lunch consisting of chicken with su-vid sauce and rice, chicken pancakes with rice on afternoon tea and chicken casserole with vegetables for dinner.