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Learn how to power charge your training with these healthy eating tips from the best in the business – The  Spinning® Master Instructor team.

Breakfast

Jodi Mair, Jamaica

Power Breakfast: a fruit smoothie (blueberry/banana is my favorite) made with almond milk, flax seed, protein powder and a splash of oats.
Weekend breakfast: eggs and bacon or our local dish ackee and saltfish with breadfruit.

Joey Adams, Vermont, USA

Power Breakfast: a protein shake with brown rice or quinoa.
Weekend breakfast: I’m in charge of homemade pancakes and waffles, made with the only syrup there is…Vermont grade A dark robust!

Pre-Workout:

Luciana Marcial-Vincion, South Carolina, USA

Eggs and veggies!

Angela Amedio, New York, USA

I love a cold-pressed green juice (cucumber, ginger, lemon, kale, etc.) or a banana with almond butter.

Post-Workout:

Jennifer Ward, Massachusetts, USA

My homemade black bean burritos with sweet potato, spinach, carrots and red onion. I packed a bunch of them when I did the 200-mile relay across the state of Massachusetts to raise money for the Jimmy Fund. They worked like magic.

Pedro Maia, Portugal

I eat banana sandwiches made from 1 banana, cream cheese, peanut butter, honey, salt and whole grain bread.

‘Cheat Meals’

Angie Sturtevant, Wisconsin, USA

CHOCOLATE! A perfect day is when chocolate is melted into s’mores on a beautiful day spent outdoors.

Nestor Salinas Castillo, Chile

I love to eat (who doesn’t?). The day is not complete without an espresso.

Comments

  • Gloria Andrade

    thx for sharing!!!! great ideas!!!

    Posted On December 2, 2016

  • Michael G. Lopez

    I’ve taken up spinning as a replacement due to a hamstring injury I sustained in April of this year. It has been a slow recovery, but sprinting may be over with for me plus, as a nurse, I’ve read and talked to some doctors who most discourage running due to the high impact it has on joints and organs. I must say that I absolutely Love spinning and the results I’ve gained. I need more advice on nutrition to keep up my energy level pre and post spin workouts.

    Posted On December 23, 2016

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