Our expert says:
Before dinner probably works better. That's partly theoretical, partly pragmatic. As long as you are taking in enough energy during the day, there's no problem exercising before you eat.
Also, training after pushes your training back very late. Some people would battle with that, but it's more a practical thing than theoretical.
The problem with training soon after training is that you raise your insulin levels by training, and the evidence is that this reduces the reliance on fat as a fuel, so you're probably better off eating after you train, a) so that you replace the energy you've just used, and b) so that you don't shift your body too much to carbs rather than fat.
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