The short answer: In most cases, yes.
The long answer: There are a lot of dependent variables such as:
-Your planned workout intensity
-Workout duration -Time of your workout
-If it's been longer than 2-3 hours since your last meal
-If you are working out hard to try and make changes to your body to name just a few. ⠀
No matter your goal, even if it's weight loss/fat loss, having a balanced meal of quality protein, quality carbohydrates and healthy fats 1-3 hours before your workout has been shown to:
-Allow you to workout harder
-Reduce muscle breakdown/preserve muscle
-Reduce soreness after a workout
-Speed recovery ⠀
The notion that when you workout in a fasted state you'll burn and lose more fat is somewhat flawed, and the few studies on the subject show mixed results at best. Ultimately, if your goal is weight/fat loss, the biggest determining factor is that you remain in a calorie deficit regardless if you train on an empty stomach or not.
Everyone is different, and what works well for someone might not be very effective for someone else. In my personal opinion/experience, I always perform and feel better with something good in the tank before a workout. I consider Pre and post workout meals the two most important meals of the day. ⠀ ⠀