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Old 05-19-2009, 07:23 AM
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I'm doing an abstract on this next week...thought I'd bump, so if u guys have any more discussion before that! ;0
cool should be interesting reading as i still think their study is wrong and 50g is needed postworkout

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I watched some vids by Ori Hofmekler and he said that while it is important to get post-exercise protein, he said something like you should wait about an hour before taking it because it wouldn't get used until the muscles got less excited? It was confusing.
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Studies have actually shown if you wait 1-2 hr to have protein, versus having it immediately post workout, you stimulate less protein synthesis, and gain less muscle. Nuff said...
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Venom,

Great post there..that is shocking, yet not really. What do you say to this instance..I workout first thing in morning (630 am). So I wake up at 6, drink half my PWO shake..then drink the other half just prior to hitting the gym..I eat breakfast after training aroud 830 am...is that too late?
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Studies have actually shown if you wait 1-2 hr to have protein, versus having it immediately post workout, you stimulate less protein synthesis, and gain less muscle. Nuff said...
I've never understood people who dont have a shake, i forgot my shake once last week so couldnt eat for an hour... i felt like i was gonna pass out after an hour :/
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Great post there..that is shocking, yet not really. What do you say to this instance..I workout first thing in morning (630 am). So I wake up at 6, drink half my PWO shake..then drink the other half just prior to hitting the gym..I eat breakfast after training aroud 830 am...is that too late?
Depends on how long your workout is? If your workout ats at say 8, thats fine. If it ends at 7, not so good....you could have some bcaas&sugar in the gym right after your workout, then drive home and have your breakfast.
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typical rundown is like so...

-0615 wake up, half protien shake (PWO guidelines)
-0630 finish shake, warmed up, start workout
-0730-0745 - workout done, home for shower, get kid ready for school
-0830- out the door, eating breakfast in the car

based on that, I guess your suggestion is BCAA + gatorade or something immediately PWO until I can eat?
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Yes, go w/ the bcaas+carbs right after. Then breakfast when you come home.
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Can you get decent muscle growth without using any supplements at all?
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Can you get decent muscle growth without using any supplements at all?
the whole point of a supplement is to well supplement.. its diet and training that get you in shape.. think of supplements as the extra 10%.. like when people say give 110%...
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