Feeding, while when on a workout program, is very important and should be paramount and top of your agenda to get the best out of your effort. This sentiment is shared by Speke Apartments Gym on Wampewo Avenue in Kampala.
“With the right diet you can get in shape and keep yourself healthy. Remember to treat your body like a temple to get the most out of it, the gym inside Speke Apartments said in an interaction with this news website recently.
This, experts at Speke Apartments Gym say must be combined with a functional training program and desire. “You must have an objective when you work out at the gym to help you put in the necessary work,” they added.
Experts say the food we eat as we workout greatly affects the results and how long it takes to achieve these good results we aspire to get. For that matter, if you are to get good results from your workout routine, you need an expert’s advice on what to eat.
A trainer at Speke Apartments Gym, a classy gymnasium, says that pre and post workout nutrition is important. Therefore you need to plan for health food which you consumer before and after working out.
Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is important for good health, especially if you are the person who works out daily. Nutrients in fresh fruits and vegetables work together.
Fruits and vegetables may prevent many illnesses. Eating fruits and vegetables may reduce your risk of cardiovascular diseases, stroke, type 2 diabetes, and even some forms of cancer.
Sometimes when exercising to keep your body in shame or achieve a certain level of fitness the urge to eat is unstoppable which is ok but the mistake many people make is to eat imbalanced diet.
In a recent interview a nutritionist from Victoria University Kampala faculty of health sciences Rebecca Suubi advised that Ugandans need to plan for what they will eat in order to balance their diet.
Suubi’s submission fits well with people who work out as they tend to use nutrients stored in their bodies rapidly. And one of the most needed nutrients is proteins which fortunately is commonly available in markets and grocery stores.
“Protein is an important building block of bones, muscles, cartilage, skin, and blood. You need protein in your diet to help your body repair cells and make new ones.” says a gym instructor at The City Gym health facility at Kampala Boulevard building on Kampala Road.
The City Gym, easily accessible in the heart of Kampala, offers a range of services including a gym fitted with state of the art equipment, sauna, massage parlor, zumba and dance classes, a fruit bar and others.