When To Take Protien..and Why!!!  

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adey888
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29/08/2018 6:28 am  

HERES A GOOD ONE ON PROTIEN

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Protein is one of the most important nutrients for trainers, especially those who are training hard.

By properly targeting your protein intake, you can greatly improve the results you will get from your training.

The best times to take extra protein are:

First thing in the morning (immediately upon waking): This breaks the fast with an instant shot of amino acids. Your body is in a catabolic (muscle wasting) state upon waking. You can reverse this with a protein drink.

Immediately after a workout: At this time your body is starting to rebuild and recover from the workout. Giving it protein will prevent it from breaking down your own muscle to rebuild with.

About an hour after a workout: Your body has calmed down from the workout and is ready to rebuild seriously. Give it the building blocks to work with.

Right before going to sleep: Sleep is the time when your body rejuvenates itself. Some protein before sleep will give it something to work with.

In the middle of the night (if you wake up during the night): Have a premixed protein drink sitting right beside your bed, ready to drink. This will break the fast in half and give your body something to build with instead of muscle tissue. This is especially useful if you sleep for a long time.
You can also take protein with meals if you didn't get enough from the food or in between meals just to keep your body supplied.
anyway just thought its good info for all who read it

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29/08/2018 7:12 am  

AND HERES ANOTHER ....
Creatine Monohydrate (Full Guide) is one of the kings of the performance supplementation world. If you take it already, you already know how well it works. Here is a way you can make it work better.

Cycle on and off creatine.

Though it hasn't been shown to cause problems when taken long term, you may be able to get better long-term results by cycling.

Go for two to three months on a cycle of creatine use.

After this point take about a month to six weeks off it completely.

If you have been taking creatine for a long time and you come off it, you will notice a difference in your energy levels and strength. They will slowly begin to drop (this process takes about one month).

This feeling will diminish with time as your body gets used to producing it's own creatine again.

If you have been on it for a very long time (over a year) without a break, try going on and off it a few times to ease the transition, e.g. go off for two weeks, back on for two weeks, off for two more, on for one more, off for two. This will help your body get its own creatine production started again.

The main advantage of cycling your creatine intake is that you can reload and take advantage of the extra water weight and strength that comes with reloading.

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adey888
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29/08/2018 8:08 am  

here is a great bit of useful reading "i thought so anyway"
this guy really has a way of making you think about how and when you eat...

anyway i just thought i would post it here as some info ....

Main >> Articles >> Nutrition >> Tip: Eat Breakfast Like A King!

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It is amazing how many people skip this valuable meal. Learn why breakfast IS the most important meal of the day!

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Eat Breakfast Like a King
Tapering your caloric intake is one of the best things you can do to lose fat.

If you are familiar with the phrase, "Eat breakfast like a king and dinner like a pauper", then you are familiar with the idea of tapering your calories.

What this means is that you should eat your larger meals earlier in the day, i.e. eat your first meal like a king. This gives your body a chance to burn those calories that you just ate.

Eating most of your carbohydrates, such as cereals, breads and fruit, earlier in the day is recommended as the body does not need them to be eaten at night: you've already got a full days storage of carbs in your body.

Dinner should be your smallest meal and should be mostly protein with some complex carbs, such as vegetables.

There is popular advice that says, "don't eat anything after six". This is basically the same idea about tapering calories but it should not be taken as gospel.

While you may eat after six in the evening and still lose weight, watch what you eat and don't eat too much of it or you will taking in calories that your body doesn't need and will just store.

PRETTY INTRESTING TIPS WOULDNT YOU SAY ...

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29/08/2018 8:50 am  

JUST THOUGHT THAT THE ABOVE POSTS WOULD BE OF SOME USE TO A NOVICE//BEGINNER OR JUST ANYONE WHO NEEDS TO KNOW

anyway ..hope they help some !!!

here is the link to help.tips.advice by Nick Nilsson

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29/08/2018 9:30 am  

Mr. Nilsson forgot to point out the fact that preworkout protein have an incredibly more anabolic effect than protein taken post workout!


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29/08/2018 10:30 am  

maybe this is a good thing

Posted by: Big'r
Mr. Nilsson forgot to point out the fact that preworkout protein have an incredibly more anabolic effect than protein taken post workout!

maybe this is a good thing doing a preworkout protein drink has a anabolic effect.....(who knows)

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29/08/2018 11:12 am  

I would call the increase in net protein balance when AAs are taken pre workout almost significant......

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29/08/2018 12:13 pm  

I guess I should buy some protein


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29/08/2018 12:49 pm  

it is really important to take BOTH a pre and a post workout supplemental protein.

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29/08/2018 1:31 pm  

what i do is ..
whey with a banana..some b4 & some after..(strawberry)

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29/08/2018 2:12 pm  
Posted by: jboldman
it is really important to take BOTH a pre and a post workout supplemental protein.

jb

Good question. I never have simply because I train better on an empty stomach. This is probably due to more oxygen being available to the muscles. Even when training for mass. Eating again an hour after a recovery drink seems to work better for me. Drinking a protein and malto dring during a workout is a good idea.

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adey888
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29/08/2018 3:06 pm  

i would also like to know the answer to this question....i mean at the end of the day its whatever works best for each individual rite..what works for one may not do so well for another !!!!

(trial and error)

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30/08/2018 5:55 am  

7 non-resistance trained subjects ingested 15 g EAA immediately before and 15 g 1h after resistance exercise (approx. 2 h following breakfast). Protein synthesis increased by approximately 6 times during the supplementation/exercise period, (Even using the more conservative, corrected value, PS for ES is 350% greater (P < 0.001) than REST). Net protein balance was elevated even further following the 2nd ingestion, but suddenly dropped below basal levels 30 min. thereafter: Table . This drop in net protein balance was caused by a lowering of protein synthesis to 0 values: Table

But why did protein synthesis drop to zero values?
-It involved non-resistance trained subjects. Glycogen synthesis is not as strong as in experienced subjects. Maybe protein synthesis is not as effective too.
-Protein synthesis was immensely elevated and costs even more energy following the exercise bout. Maybe protein was used as an energy source instead.
-Possible other explanation could be that protein synthesis hit a wall. Either in height or in lenght. The body could have triggered a mechanism to create metabolic balance.
(I previously read some abstracts/studies giving continuous supplementation of essential amino acids to subjects. Protein synthesis always reacts with an increase, but this increase is sometimes bound to a certain time period.)

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