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Are you fuelling your workout properly?

Triyoga nutritional therapist Michele Scarr insists there is a happy medium depending on the type of exercise you are doing. "When assessing the best nutrition to fuel your workout it also depends on what your personal goals are, for example, performance, muscle gain, weight loss...and of course, hydration is key!" Low-intensity workouts. Eating too soon before exercising, even with a low-impact class like yoga or Pilates, is not recommended and can cause abdominal cramping and discomfort. It’s recommended to eat two hours before your class...
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