Supply your body with the fuel it needs to perform at its maximum level for your next training session with pre-workout nutrition tips from STACK. What you eat before you work out is just as important as any other meal. If you skip this meal, you may be unable to put forth maximum speed, strength, endurance and overall athleticism for the duration of an activity. Learn about the most effective foods and drinks to consume before activity to help optimize your game-time performance.
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Latest Videos in Pre-Workout Nutrition
Milwaukee Bucks point guard Brandon Knight shares his eating routine on big game days. He sometimes takes in three meals before tipoff to ensure that he will have enough energy to perform well throughout the game.
Green Bay Packers RB Eddie Lacy shares his nutrition routine before big games. His favorite pre-game dish is chicken noodle soup, but he chooses not to eat too much food on game days.
Minnesota Twins 1B Joe Mauer discusses his approach to nutrition and how he fuels his body on game days.
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Carmelita Jeter, the second-fastest woman in the world, talks about her pre-race fueling strategy.