Debunking Fitness Myths: How To Fuel Your Workout

Good Morning America—October 2, 2015

As their "Fit Myth" series continues, Good Morning America discusses the right way to fuel your workout. Jason Machowsky, sports dietician at Hospital for Special Surgery shares insight into the best foods before, during and after your workouts.

"You don’t want to start the workout starving or stuffed," said Jason. "If you go longer than 2 hours post-workout to eat, most people tend to get really hungry and that leads to being ravenous so they make poor food choices because they’re starving."

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