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Old 11-06-2008, 09:26 AM   #1
Patrick Poblocki
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Default How to work out fasted

Hi all.

My schedule keeps me from an early am workout; therefore, I usually find myself in the gym around 3pm. My eating window has been from 10 am to 6 pm. Since fat loss is my primary goal, and stength gains secondary, I wanted to reap the benefits of a fasted-state workout.

Assuming that I will have to eat at some point before 3pm, what's the best way to obtain a fasted-state workout? In other words, what should I eat before 3pm, and how much?

My largest meal of the day is usually post workout.

Thanks,

Pat
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