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How much cardio do you do a week and what is your diet please get back to me please.
is this true?
i have heard after a hard workout, the muscles can take nutrients out of blood w/o need for insulin, for one hour after workout.
this is good for recovery and fatigue (.. it actually works for me) was feeling tired after long rides, despite good sleep/nutrition then read about this, and if i drink milk (has ideal 4:1 carb:protein ratio) in 30 min, i can get the nutrients to muscle in the hour … (or so the theory goes, but it is working for me…)
i have also heard about the ‘anabolic window’, in body building , but it was presented as a joke…
— er is this true or is it broscience?
— if true:
why 1:4 protein to carb ratio.
how does the nutrients get to blood w/o full normal 6hr digest… does some just go through stomach naturally ?
never heard of this in science books… so what is the verdict?
fact or fiction?
I’m a pretty young 43 year old guy, still somewhat fit, slim build (ectomorph) who’s always wanted to bulk up. I’m a Renewable Energy Consultant and I’m too busy to go to the gym for now. I’ve got a nice set of PowerBlock dumbbells and that’s it!
Can you suggest a Total Body dumbbell workout for a beginner like me? I’ve looked into the 5×5 workout and something like that with dumbbells would interest me.
thank you in advance,
Try something with probiotics. People taking probiotics will regularly experience positive reactions in the body, and it is just a sign that probiotics are really helpful in keeping yourselves healthy.
Does anyone have a list of conditioning exercises that will eventually lead to the ability to perform the Human Flag? I know the core and shoulders/arms are involved in a big way in this move.
I always thought that dark roast has a lot more caffeine than light and medium roast. Someone said that it’s the other way around. Light roast has more caffeine because caffeine burns during roasting and the light roast is the least roasted coffee. So, more of the caffeine is still present in the light roast, compared to medium and finally dark, which has the least amount of caffeine remaining. Is this true?
I’ve read opinions on both sides. Some say canola oil should be avoided – it’s GMO, high in omega-6, etc. Some say it’s much better than most oils out there even vegetable oils. So, should I use it or not?