It’s no secret that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and that skipping it can lead to some unpleasant side effects. The key to starting your day off right is getting the right mix of carbohydrates and proteins. When it comes to your morning workout, that combination is even more crucial.
By eating a small, well-rounded breakfast, you will get a quick and long-lasting energy boost. Try to eat 1-2 hours before you workout, and avoid eating food which are high in fat, because they take longer for your body to digest, keeping your body from performing at its optimal level.
Here are some great mini meals that are quick and easy to make and will power you up before your morning workout.