If you feel perpetually tired and draggy 😴 during the day, take a look at how you're structuring your macronutrient timing. The majority of the energy we expend while sedentary comes from fats 🍳 where as our main energy source for exercise come from carbs 🥔. Therefore wouldn't it make sense to consume less carbs and more fats when we're resting and vice versa closer to workout time? Too many people start their day with a bunch of carbs (and often times shitty nutrient empty carbs) and are sleepy by 10 am.
Today I have a very light training schedule so I will be reading and writing programs most of the day until I work out and train my evening clients. Therefore for breakfast I'm having scrambled eggs w cheese, uncured pepper turkey bacon and a venison stick (thanks @joshnopar). Literally all protein and fat, zero carbs. Lunch will be pasta, edamame, and ahi tuna. So pretty much all protein and carbs, practically zero fat. I'll be working out shortly after lunch, so the giant serving of pasta will fuel my lift
The link in my profile goes to all my nutrition blogs I've posted this year, so for more in depth information (along w a few recipes) check those out! And if you still need help don't hesitate to reach out to me for online or in person nutrition coaching!