Not quite right
Actually, your body can ABSORB only about 350 calories per hour during exercise (a bit more if you eat real food containing a mix of carbs) so it does no good to eat more. Any excess above that does NOT store as fat unless it is still sitting in your gut after the exercise is over and it results in a calorie surplus. As long as you are in calorie deficit, you will not be storing any significant fat.iliveonnitro said:Realize that, while planning for recovery, your body can only digest ~350Cal/hour (during exercise). The rest stores as fat. 350Cal as soon as you get home and spread out the rest over the next few hours.