Bananas are known as nature’s power bar and are packed with carbohydrates and potassium, which supports nerve and muscle function.
One slice of whole grain bread is an excellent source of carbs. Add some hard-boiled eggs for a protein-packed snack, or some peanut butter.
Oats are full of fibre and release carbohydrates gradually. Due to this slow release, energy levels are kept consistent throughout your workout, meaning you can train harder for longer.
Dried fruit is great for a quick an easy good pre-workout food, fix yourself some dried berries, apricots, figs, and pineapple. Dried fruits are a good source of simple carbohydrates that are easily digestible, so grab a handful.
Fruit Smoothie is excellent before exercising and a healthy pre-workout meal option that can provide you with a good source of fast-acting glucose. Their super quick to make, just use your favourite sliced fruit and some greek yogurt for protein and a thicker consistency.