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  1. Warpath is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by Renn
    Who has time to sleep 8 hours a night?

    Anyhow i will just reiterate that whatever time that will keep you consistantly working out on a regular basis is the best time.
    Sleep is an important part of training. Couldn't you go to bed earlier?
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    I used to train in the morning, but now I train from about 8-9pm
    I would go earlier in the afternoon, but if anyone has read my rant about dickheads during happy hour (6-7:30) at the gym, you'd know why I don't go.

    Anyway, I find that the benefits haven't really changed between the times, it's just easier to go at night because I don't have to wake up early.

    As long as you eat properly in the morning beforehand, there would be no problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warpath
    Sleep is an important part of training. Couldn't you go to bed earlier?
    Yeah i know. Getting enough sleep is the main detriment to my training. Work, school, life, training, hobbies... Just not enough hours in a day it seems.

    Anyhow i need to go relax so i'm gonna go hit some golf balls with my new Cleveland Bomber i just received as a gift.
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    I got to bed at ~11pm and I work out usually from 8-9pm. It's just the best time for me. I always have some free time at that time, so that's when I try to schedule it.

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    3:07-3:08pm is the most advantageous time to train. I get mad pumps after just 2 curls
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    OK, this has nothing to do with weight training, but it does have to do with working out before breakfast.

    I just read that a good way to lose fat through running is to run before breakfast.
    Is there any truth to this, or should one always eat before any sort of workout?
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    When I tried running before eating breakfast, I nearly threw up and passed out. I HAVE to have something in my stomach. Other people may be different, but I just can't do anything on an empty stomach except eat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warnerj5000
    OK, this has nothing to do with weight training, but it does have to do with working out before breakfast.

    I just read that a good way to lose fat through running is to run before breakfast.
    Is there any truth to this, or should one always eat before any sort of workout?

    Bad idea, a combination of Catabolism and spiking Cortisol levels will insure that your body will store the food you eat into fat rather than using it to rebuild tissue.
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    I just read that a good way to lose fat through running is to run before breakfast.
    Where did you read that from? Cosmo?



    All this tinkering around with weird eating rhytms does nothing to your fat % ,

    The secret to losing fat is not in running before eating, eating before running, running before running, eating before eating nor is it the atkins/Montignac/flight hostess/Grapefruit/Pork-chop/Gracie/Bruce Lee diet

    It is in the amount of calories you shove down your oesophagus/the amount is expended during your daily chores, whatever they might be.

    If you burn more calories, than you get from your diet

    YOU WILL LOSE WEIGHT

    If you eat more than you burn

    YOU WILL GAIN WEIGHT

    If you wish to lose or gain weight , a certain amount of exercise, weight-training in particular is beneficial in reducing the muscle cataboly.

    I bet this has been written hundreds of times, in tens of different manifestations in the history of this forum. Now stop eating that KFC crap and hit the gym.

    good day sir
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    Posted On:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. No
    ...nor is it the atkins/Montignac/flight hostess/Grapefruit/Pork-chop/Gracie/Bruce Lee diet.
    I disagree. I will stick to my strict diet of flight hostesses, thank you.
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