If you’re one of the millions of people on a low-carb diet and you work out, you might know these symptoms all too well: tired, sore, unable to focus, and/or not enough energy to muster to rumble through your usual lifting and cardio sessions.

Obviously, while cutting carbohydrates out of your diet can have a beneficial effect (i.e. getting shredded), it does have a downside. Simply put, your energy levels can go in the tank.

I’m not here to argue the pros and cons of this type of diet. I’ll admit, I had great success with a low-carb strategy for the better part of two decades while I competed as a bodybuilder. So let’s just say you’ve gone low-carb and you want to continue to train hard, drop bodyfat and build muscle. Here’s how to manipulate your workouts to do just that.


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If you’re watching your carbs, look to these midday meals to help keep you full.

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