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mean­ing that the im­me­di­ate ef­fect dur­ing train­ing is less im­por­tant than the con­sis­tency of ef­fort over time.

Ad­di­tion­ally, stud­ies have shown that in­gest­ing car­bo­hy­drate be­fore ex­er­cise does not im­pair the break­down of fat, and in fact, if ex­er­cis­ing for more than 90 min­utes can en­hance per­for­mance. The level at which you can ex­er­cise does how­ever de­pend on your com­pe­tency and needs to con­sider any other stres­sors that af­fect the way your body burns fat (or not).

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