When training at a moderate/high intensity, should you or should you not fuel your body appropriately prior to the exercise session?
a) Yes, you need the energy (calories) to work hard enough to maximize benefit from the workout
b) No, why put more calories in your body when you’re trying to burn them off
c) Yes, because although you think you body will use fat for energy during your workout, the body cannot burn the fat fast enough to keep up with your moderate/high intensity. This leaves an excess of fatty acids in your blood stream which get re-packaged and put back where you don’t want them
d) No, because although I exercise to improve my health and fitness, I want to experience what it feels like to burn muscle… aka the biggest fat-burning component in your body
e) A and C