This goes against everything I have ever read or learned here...no protein after a workout? I thought in order for muscles to repair, you need to eat protein within 30 to 45 min. of your workout.baldbadger wrote:but also it is important that you take these things in the correct order, such as no protien after a gym session, protien must be consumed at about one and a half hour before your work outs, then within half an hour after your work out a good source of carbohydrate must be taken, prefarably a post workout drink that has good carbs and all the building blocks for muscle repair. if you take protiens post workout they will break down the musclemass that you are trying to build on to provide fuel to reenergise them muscles.
Getting tired fast and losing your breath fast are normal in the beginning, my tip would be just to keep at it, consistency is the key. Regular workouts and healthier food choices. Staying away from processed foods, instead choosing fresh vegetables, lean protein like chicken breast, turkey, lean beef.Angel813 wrote:any tips? working out is ok... but i get tired fast .. lose my breath fast. any tips there? im the type that likes to bench press.. but hates to run..
Angel813 wrote:i dont have the money to join the gym right now but thats not going to stop me! i will try as hard as i can and start posting up pics. thanks for the info every one.
Athene wrote:Angel813 wrote:i dont have the money to join the gym right now but thats not going to stop me! i will try as hard as i can and start posting up pics. thanks for the info every one.
That's the great thing about the internet - all you need is to decide to do it, and you can do workouts from home. I use bodyrock.tv (and Shapefit of course!) for new ideas, and it's all completely free. All the best with your goals for the new year
brentyboy wrote:Further, I have been reading some stuff lately that says that post-workout protein is pretty much a waste of time and that what you really need to focus on is amino acids, more specifically bcaas. Protein should be available at all times. Your muscles don't rebuild in the 3 hours post workout, rather they rebuild over the next few days.
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