Known as the power bar of nature, bananas are packed with carbohydrates and potassium which help the function of the nerve and muscles.
Since they’re made of protein, oats are slowly releasing carbohydrates. This gradual release keeps the energy levels constant during your workout, which means you can exercise harder for longer. They also have vitamin B, which helps to turn carbohydrates into energy.
3. Grilled Chicken, Broccoli, And Sweet Potato
If you are working on muscle mass building or are looking to hit circuit training hard, then this combination is a must-try. Even if it\’s more of a meal than a snack, there\’s a reason pro-athletes routinely chow down on this – and we think it\’s time you gave it a try.
4. Dried Fruits
Fix yourself some dried berries, apricots, figs and pineapple for a simple, fast and good pre-workout food. Dried fruit is a good source of easy, easily digestible carbohydrates-so catch a handful of them.
5. Fruit and Greek Yogurt
This is a combination of murders. The fruit is full of carbohydrates while Greek yogurt packs a punch packed with protein. The Greek yogurt has almost twice the protein, less carbohydrates and half the sodium compared to normal yogurt.