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Old 02-12-2013, 10:44 PM   #1
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Default Training in the morning

I am seriously considering waking up early in the morning to train. For one, I am wanting to spend more time with my family when I get home from work. My son doesn't quite understand why Dada doesn't want to play when he gets home from work. Second, it gets 110+ degF here in the summer and the best way to avoid it is by training early.

I'm looking for advice on training in the morning, fasted. I'm interested in advice, insight, personal experiences, articles, videos, threads, etc...
Since I probably won't be eating, I am interested in what I need to do to mitigate the effects of being fasted.

Thanks.
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