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It seems that many people are afraid of carbs. The media has convinced them that they are bad. I disagree. Remember that the media once said all fats were bad too, so are eggs, milk, etc. Bah!
Carbs are the preferred fuel source for high intensity exercise. It is a bioengertic fact that you can NOT produce the same levels of power by only using fat as an energy source. This is in every basic exercise physiology textbook.
I am a big fan of having some carbs before training if at all possible. I know some lift in the AM fasted as it is impossible to get anything down beforehand, and that is fine. If you have time though, take in some starchy carbs before your training session, starting at around 50 grams. Good choices are sweet potatoes, bananas or prepackaged carb sources like Vitargo.
Not only will you have the fuel to use during training, they promote the release of insulin by your body. Insulin is not the devil it has been portrayed and higher levels of insulin actually push the body to use more carbs. This is exactly what you want to do during training.
If you have not tried this before, please try it first on a non training day or time to see how your body reacts.
Try adding some starchy carbs pretraining if at all possible. If you are training in the AM fasted, push your carb intake to the night before. Most people see a nice bump in their performance
Mike T Nelson