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25 Apr 2014

On and off the show, Michelle is known for killer high-intensity workouts that have you gasping for air and extremely sore the next day (which is exactly how I felt recently after taking a class led by her) if there ever was a time you would need extra energy, it would be in one of her workouts. Her answer on whether or not she recommends clients eat something before a workout or instead exercise on an empty stomach, however, surprised me. "I don't think a snack is really necessary unless you know you lose url energy during a session," Michelle says. If you find yourself getting lightheaded or dizzy during a hard workout, then you need a small snack of fresh fruit like an apple or a handful of grapes beforehand to give you the natural sugars you need to energize during your workout, she says. But many people may think they need a snack when they really don't. "For the most part, anyone who's normal weight or heavier, if they're feeling fatigued, it's normally because they're just feeling tired during the session, and it's not because they're hypoglycemic," she says. In any case, like other trainers and exercisers, Michelle recognizes that eating before a meal is a personal preference.
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