By Pamela Nisevich Bede, M.S., R.D., Runner's World
Hopefully, with March right around the corner, you've been sticking to your New Year's fitness resolutions (if you haven't been consistent, revisit the plan with these 6 Ways to Stick to Your Weight Loss Goals). When you start exercising regularly, you might have to revamp some of your everyday eating habits in order to feel your best while you're working out and avoid unwanted bathroom stops. Here are some general rules that will boost your workout and help you start seeing results on the scale.
1. Go on empty (sometimes). What you eat before you hit the road or the gym all depends on when you're exercising and what kind of workout you're planning. Many people don't have the time-or the stomach-to eat and digest food before a workout, especially if that workout is taking place in the early morning. For an easy workout of one hour orRead More »from 6 Diet Rules that Boost Fitness Results