Our expert says:
It really doesn't make too much difference. Practically, it's difficult to eat BEFORE you exercise, because leave it too late and you'll have stomach problems in the walk.
So you'd have to eat maybe an hour before and looking at your diet, that's probably a bit tight to squeeze in. So then after would work, but it actually doesn't change too much.
It does slightly alter what you use as fuel, but this is only true for overnight fasting - that is, if you wake up and then train without eating, then you are pretty much depleted of carbs and so you rely more on fat. After eating, more carbs means more fuel to burn, but it doesn't really affect things unless you're running a marathon.
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