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4 Energy-Boosting Foods To Try Before Your Next Workout

Posted by Alexandra De la Riva on

Getting through an intense workout when you have low energy can be nearly impossible. Adding pre-workout supplements to your workout routine can be one way to ensure you finish with intensity and make the most of your workout. However, if you’re looking to go the all-natural route, there are plenty of natural foods you can use to enhance your energy levels and get the boost you need. Try incorporating these foods into your workout routine in place of your traditional energy supplements and see how you feel.


The caffeine in coffee is a natural energizer, and some suggest it provides an energizing boost similar to that of pre-workout supplements. Coffee can also increase your focus and performance during a workout, ensuring your workouts are not only productive but also effective. Plus, when coffee is consumed prior to a workout, it encourages your body to burn fat cells for energy as opposed to glycogen which ultimately helps in maintaining muscle mass. Try replacing your pre-workout with a cup of coffee and see how your energy levels do during your workout.


A great way to ensure you have enough energy to finish your workouts strong is to keep your blood glucose levels stable and consistent. Honey naturally provides energy without a spike in blood glucose levels so you’ll remain energized throughout your workout without  burning through glycogen for energy.

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are the perfect combination of fat, protein and carbohydrates so they’re a great way to get a boost of energy throughout the day, especially before a workout. With no blood sugar spikes, they also provide a ton of great nutrients (Omega-3s, fiber, etc.). Add them to pre-workout smoothies or make a chia pudding to eat prior to your workout.


t’s pretty self explanatory, but dehydration is one of the number one reasons for a lack of energy. Staying properly hydrated throughout your day will give you more energy to tackle your workout, whatever that might be. Keep hydration close at hand with a reusable water bottle--take it from home, to work, to the gym so your body stays hydrated and energized throughout the day. 

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