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Lack of energy while training

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    I think that this has a lot to do with what I have for breakfast. Most days I'm having 2 scrambled eggs, maybe 1 piece of whole wheat toast, turkey bacon, coffee, a glass of milk and orange juice, and water. does anyone have any suggestions on what to eat for more energy in the morning before the gym?

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    First things first, how many hours of sleep do you get?

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    • #3
      It varies sometimes. I try to get about 9 hours each night but because of work and school I cant always get a full night. also even if I know I can get the full 8 or 9 hours I only see myself still getting about 6.5 a night just about and I just wont be able to fall back asleep.

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      • #4
        Cut the coffee. When your body is used to using coffee every morning to get started you won't be able to perform without it. Add in some fruit and I would definitely add more eggs or more toast/oats. Definitely recommend oats.

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        • #5
          Oatmeal I think is the ultimate breakfast. It's quick to make it's cheap and it's very healthy, just don't drown it in sugar. I personally have a large dinner and just eat something small for breakfast (fruit, oatmeal) and I feel great. How you feel energy wise has as much to do with what you ate for dinner as it does what you eat right before you workout.

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          • #6
            Eat more carbs, get 200 mg caffeine and adjust as necessary

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