👉 Build some muscle.
👉 Improve body composition.
👉 Increase insulin sensitivity.
👉 Get that AWESOME endorphin rush afterwards where you feel like you can conquer ANYTHING.
Maybe you’ve got some more too that I didn’t list.
But here’s a fun fact you PROBABLY didn’t realize you knew:
Higher blood sugars make it harder to build muscle.
High blood sugars, as you know, make EVERY process in your body a bit more difficult.
But during or after a workout?
It can make building strength considerably tougher than it has to be.
If you’re not able to absorb your nutrition at the rate your body needs, well, you’re running in quicksand while everyone else is running on perfectly manicured grass.
Don’t be that person.
It is IMPERATIVE you get those blood sugars on POINT to make the most of your workouts.
And of course, to feel, look, and be your best.
If you’re finding workout blood sugars tough to tame, click here.
What direction do your blood sugars trend during exercise?