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If you’re not taking care of your diet, then you won’t be getting the most from your body during exercise. Many people think that as long as they hit their 3-4 workouts each week regularly, then they can eat whatever they want. However, your diet doesn’t just affect how you look, but how you feel and perform, too.
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Barry White is the community manager at Gymhut. He has a background in web design and marketing and works day to day on improving user experience and website functionality. When not working, Barry enjoys rugby and swimming.
Following a well-rounded diet based on whole natural foods with a little bit of moderated treats every now and again can take your performance to the next level. Yet, one of the most impactful things you can do for your fitness is to start thinking more about exactly what you’re putting in your body before, after, and even during your workouts. The period before exercise should be designed to provide fuel throughout your workout and keep you from dipping in energy while the period after your workout should focus on recovery and repair. If you don’t give your body what it needs to