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Read on for today’s swim tip of the month. I’m on my way to beautiful Lake Tahoe on Thursday for the Trans Tahoe Relay across the lake!
Have a great week of training,
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Swim Tip of the Month: The Morning Workout
Ever do a morning workout and feel like you’re struggling, even though just the day or two before you felt great?
Often times, this is due to your body lacking the calories it needs to perform the activity you set out to do.
I meet people all the time that say they skip breakfast before their morning workout.
Think of how crazy this is!
You’ve just been asleep for 7-8 hours. You probably ate dinner 2 hours or more before you went to bed. This means your body has gone for 9-10 hours without any food!
The key to having a good morning workout will be to get the proper nutrition. Just think quick snack, consisting of carbohydrates and protein, i.e:
-hard boiled egg whites & 1/2 piece of toast (preferably rye or whole grain)
-1/2 energy bar containing protein
-banana with a little peanut butter
-lowfat cottage cheese with banana
And don’t forget the water! You’ve also just gone for up to 10 hours without water and your body could be in a state of dehydration. I recommend a full glass of water right when you wake up. This could be the most important thing you do for your body all day.