06-08-2005, 01:58 PM #1Associate Member
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Interesting Link Found On MSN.com
news to me...
i guess my training methods of slow, concentrated movements & lifting while i'm sore are useless? hmmmm...i guess i look the way i do because i've been training improperly interesting
what's your input on this?
06-08-2005, 02:03 PM #2Originally Posted by xderekx
06-08-2005, 02:14 PM #3
06-08-2005, 08:10 PM #4
that was interesting but i'm a firm believer that what doesn't work for some does work for others, everyones genetics are different.
06-08-2005, 08:12 PM #5Originally Posted by JAYROD
06-08-2005, 08:37 PM #6
i disagree with this segment:
If you eat more protein, you'll build more muscle. To a point, sure. But put down the shake for a sec. Protein promotes the muscle-building process, called protein synthesis, "but you don't need exorbitant amounts to do this," says John Ivy, Ph.D., coauthor of Nutrient Timing. If you're working out hard, consuming more than 0.9 to 1.25 grams of protein per pound of body weight is a waste. Excess protein breaks down into amino acids and nitrogen, which are either excreted or converted into carbohydrates and stored.
The real expert says: More important is when you consume protein, and that you have the right balance of carbohydrates with it. Have a postworkout shake of three parts carbohydrates and one part protein. Eat a meal several hours later, and then reverse that ratio in your snack after another few hours, says Ivy. "This will keep protein synthesis going by maintaining high amino acid concentrations in the blood."
can't say everyone is the same though. but i eat about 2 pounds of chicken, turkey, tuna fish and or lean ham per day
06-08-2005, 08:51 PM #7Member
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