Seriously - read the link I posted - it answers your question on eating after 6..
TimR- there was, for 7 weeks, I had a short gym membership which has now run out... I was doing it 4-5 times a week, hard intervals or 1 mile swims.
GymAddict I read it- thanks.
So, hopefully without conflicting what I've already been told- if I want to reduce body fat, is it advisable to not eat anything in the vicinity of a run? How long do I have after eating something for it to burn off rather than being transferred to fat?
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