3. Eat an early dinner the night before.
That means no later than 4:30 or 5 p.m. to allow your body the time in needs to fuel up before a race or tough workout. "Your liver can store 2,000 calories of glycogen, and this is how you get it filled up," he says. "Fat burns in a carbohydrate flame. That means you need to prime your body with carbs in order to get your metabolism high enough to start burning fat.”
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