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DOES EATING RIGHT HAVE A LOT TO DO WITH THE SUCCESS OF YOUR AEROBIC CONDITIONING?

Aerobic conditioning and eating right go hand in hand and can only add to having great physical wellness.

Eating Right: Aerobic Activities
Aerobic exercise is part of a healthy lifestyle, and so is good nutrition. Eating right has a lot to do with the success of your aerobic activities, whether you are beginning to walk every day or are training for a marathon.

If you exercise for long periods of time and/or at high intensity, you can deplete your glycogen stores. You hit the wall; suddenly you feel fatigued and can’t keep up your pace. You can prevent that by carb loading—eating more complex carbohydrates—for about 24 hours before working out. A high carb snack with some protein before your workout will help, too. Then eat an energy bar or have a carbohydrate-containing sports drink at least every two hours during training, and refuel afterward with another carbohydrate and protein-containing snack.

Protein: We use protein to build and repair muscle and other tissues. Growing people need lots of protein; adults need less. Lean meat, low-fat dairy products and high-protein vegetable sources (legumes and grains) are good protein sources.

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