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“Can you work out on an empty stomach?” ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣This is a question I get a lot from the #BBGcommunity, and what I've noticed with my clients that everyone is different! For me, I feel sick if I do a high intensity workout on an empty stomach. Also, in the morning I usually wake up hungry, so the first thing I want to do is eat, not train. I want to make sure that I have enough fuel, or food, in my body to be able to work out.⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ BEFORE my bootcamp on Saturday (which was at 2pm) I ate as normal, so for breakfast I had toast with spinach, mushrooms and avocado and then lunch was sushi. I also snacked on fruit a couple of hours before my bootcamp started because I wanted to make sure I had enough fuel to smash it! ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ Some women find they can work out on an empty stomach first thing in the morning and they feel fine, but for others, working out on an empty stomach might make them feel ill or like they’re not actually performing at their best. For anyone who plans to work out later in the day or the afternoon, I would always suggest you eat your meals and snacks as normal too. However if you’re a morning person that wants to work out before breakfast, then that’s okay too. If you work out after work or in the evening, I would always suggest you wait one-and-a-half hours after eating before you train. The main thing to consider is what feels right for YOU and YOUR body. There's nothing worse than finishing a workout and feeling unwell, so do what makes you feel happy, confident and strong! 😁💪🏻