Decided to go ahead and start working out so that I don't look like the majority of the betas on /b/, but I have a question.
I am now getting up at 5am to get a 40 min workout, and then eat some oatmeal. Is that suggested (eating brkfst AFTER working out)?
Alright you shit since everyone else in this thread is being a blantant speg I'll give you a few pieces of advice.
Make sure that when you're doing cardio you actually have the machine set to C A R D I O and are holding onto the HR monitor bars the entire time. It looks like you did what most fatasfatasses do on cardio machines: hop on for 40 minutes at barely 0 resistance and feel like you did an actual workout. Trust me, you didn't do shit.
For the sake of energy, it's going to be more efficient to eat food before working out as opposed to eating food after working out. When you decide to eat isn't a big deal, but if you intend on doing real C A R D I O that early it's optimal for you to have at least 3-400 cal in your system before doing your workout.
Also get a MyFitnessPal so you can track your eating you fat shit and
R E A D T H E S T I C K Y
Well, they have a point, you should have read the sticky. You should have used Google search as well. Literally just do some cardio in the AM and if you can, some weightlifting. The first step is wanting to change... Good luck!
Basic differences to set you aside from the novice runner should be HIIT or High Intensity Interval Training
Also google what aerobic running and anerobic running is and learn how to build your diet around your goals.
You wont get results with a really good routine and a shit diet.
Say bye to sugar now, and make sure you try and get a gym membership.
Also start a sport because many people use the gym as a hobby and I am one of those who strongly disagrees and thinks life can be enjoyed a number of other ways while using the gym as a supplement to aid in recovery from my sports.
That's bad advice time of eating I important
Eat breakfast at 5-7
Lunch at 10-12
Dinner at 1-3
These are optimal times for metabolism and digesting food
Lear 5x5 and do that 3x a week
And cardio on your off days
If you want to lose weight dieting is more effective than training
I know that you're just baiting, but
>No mention of timezones
>No mention of AM/PM
Who are you trying to ruse?
there is an entire google full of scholarly articles on this exact topic if you'd spent ten seconds trying to answer your own question
if you're even too braindead to do even that and insist on making 4chin spoonfeed you, the giant READ ME BEFORE POSTING sticky has condensed all of these stupid questions into a faq for you
if you can't do that, good luck tracking macros and hitting the gym consistently and intensely