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Last meal before training!

Posted by on Apr 17, 2016 in Advice | 0 comments

Do you know that, you go with full motivation to training and look forward to a exhausting and good training, but somehow does not quite with your body, you feel listless, sluggish and sweating like a maniac? Then I got the following tip for you that many exercisers eat 1h, or just before training a large meal and believe until training is not digested. Let’s find out what should be the meal before training! Since they are wrong but, the stomach often needs much longer until it moves the food into the intestine, and these can then be absorbed by the body from there. The food is dan under training hard in the stomach, the body now needs energy for training and for digestion which is a double exposure! Eat your last meal 2 even better 3h before training no...

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What to eat after getting up?

Posted by on Apr 14, 2016 in Advice | 0 comments

In the morning, often arises the question: “What to eat after getting up?” There is often a problem that simply is not hungry or simply no time for a hearty breakfast. It has to be fast, should be healthy and ideal for building muscle. How would it simple with a weight gainer? My recipe is: 100g oatmeal, some fruit and 30g Whey protein. All in a shaker and finished your breakfast! If you like it even easier can also buy a ready-mixed weight gainer. My favorite is this BSN True Mass Weight Gainer. From fast food an “acceptable” meal out of that! In everyday stress, it may sometimes happen that you have no time for a decent meal. As a strength athlete, it is particularly important to be careful what foods you eat. Possible low sugar, low in fat...

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Vegan Nutrition and Muscle Building

Posted by on Apr 11, 2016 in Advice | 0 comments

A vegan is a person who completely without animal products and animals in his diet. Nevertheless, even a vegan must protect his protein needs, if he has the aim to build muscle. Therefore, a vegan has to resort to vegetable pure protein sources : Most bodybuilders meet their Prodeinbedarf by animal proteins, egg proteins, whey proteins and milk proteins. A vegan options, however, this has not, whether through religious, environmental or health reasons. Vegans have the option of following sources of protein and its biological value to select: soy Protein (84-86) rice Protein (81) potato Protein (67) wheat Protein (56) pea Protein (35) vegan Protein powder (50-85). Even vegans can build good by a purely plant-based diet on muscle! A good example of this is Joel Kirkilis. Alternative for Tuna! Tuna is very valuable and mixed with salad, or...

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The optimum muscle building shake after training!

Posted by on Apr 8, 2016 in Advice | 0 comments

Many bodybuilders drink a protein shake after a workout, but contains a protein shake only proteins is not optimal! During training refers to the body’s energy from carbohydrate stores, called glycogen stores in the muscles. Do you take so after training only protein to you, your body will use this as the first protein to replenish your glycogen stores around. In plain English, this means your muscles are gotten by this protein is not much and they are therefore hardly grow! Tip for optimum muscle building shake after training: Give 30-40g whey protein together with 1 g dextrose or maltodextrin per kilogram of body weight in your muscle building shake and mix it with at least 500ml of water. In this composition, the body uses to populate the glycogen maltodextrin or dextrose and the protein can be used alone...

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Nutrition Tips for HardGainer – so you build muscle!

Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in Advice | 0 comments

You are a hardgainer? You eat very much? You train clean but not build muscles? Then you neglect just this one point: You eat a lot, but the wrong thing with too few proteins and low in calories! My tip: As a hardgainer should pay particular distributed on a regular calorie intake throughout the day. Very good for a high-calorie snacks are suitable for this course protein shakes. These usually contain 20-40g of protein per shake and are equipped with little fat and carbohydrates. But this is exactly the wrong for someone who finds it hard to build mass. As a hardgainer, you should connect with fats in every meal protein with carbohydrates or protein forever. This is very important and critical to your success! My recommendation: Combine you your shake in between either with 400ml milk + 30-40g...

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