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Can anyone reccomend WHEN to start taking supplements/protien shakes ?

Ive been going to the gym for about a month and im not gunna touch the stuff yet but my friends have already started using Accai berries and protien shakes and they say they are good. Im a little more cautious and hesitant, maybe because i dont go as heavy on the wieghts and go more for cardial training for a good mix.

Also what is the most ideal to use ?
Post-workout is the absolute most essential time. If you could only schedule meals twice a day, ideally you would want those meals to be: 1) when you wake up, 2) post workout. Those two times of the day is when your body is the most depleted and feeding off of itself.


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Can anyone reccomend WHEN to start taking supplements/protien shakes ?
After workout and before bed.

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Can anyone reccomend WHEN to start taking supplements/protien shakes ?

Ive been going to the gym for about a month and im not gunna touch the stuff yet but my friends have already started using Accai berries and protien shakes and they say they are good. Im a little more cautious and hesitant, maybe because i dont go as heavy on the wieghts and go more for cardial training for a good mix.

Also what is the most ideal to use ?
Before you workout (1 hour prior) you can eat a small meal with something that protein like chicken, or fish along with slow digesting carbs, brown rice or beans for example. Or just Oatmeal if your tight on time or a protein shake with a slow carb food (orange, banana, etc..)

After your workout, your shake with a fast carb. Fast carb could be like a raisins, pineapple, pears, or peaches for example.

If you take creatine, you can take it after your workout, though some people like to take it during they are working out (intra). I prefer afterwards. Just make sure you cycle it and drink a lot of water throughout the day. I drink 1 - 1.5 gallon of water a day.

Oh I forgot, you can drink a protein shake as soon as you wake up since your stomach is starving for food. I do this every morning. Since am talking about your stomach craving food, before you go to sleep you can eat a slow digesting protein like cottage cheese (I learned to love it) or take a CASEIN protein shake like 30-45 before going to sleep. That way your body is not starving while you are sleeping.

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Taking EFA's w/ a shake before bed is close to optimal.

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Any of you guys use kettlebells? If so, do you recommend investing in some?


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I don't personally, but I know people who rate them.

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Any of you guys use kettlebells? If so, do you recommend investing in some?
Occasionally as a warm up. I'll do some KB swings or snatches to loosen up the tendons so they're well equipped to go through the workout I have in store for them (olympic lifts + squats mainly). As far as centering a routine around kettlebells, I would not. I feel as if the barbell should be universal.

They are effective. If you have an X amount of disposable income, then sure, why not? If not, pass on them.


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Occasionally as a warm up. I'll do some KB swings or snatches to loosen up the tendons so they're well equipped to go through the workout I have in store for them (olympic lifts + squats mainly). As far as centering a routine around kettlebells, I would not. I feel as if the barbell should be universal.

They are effective. If you have an X amount of disposable income, then sure, why not? If not, pass on them.
I only have dumbbells at home at the moment. I want to get a barbell but there's not much room in my flat for a bench, unless I'd be able to do some kind of bench-press without a bench.


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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Benches don't really take all that much room. I have one in my bedroom (along with dumbbells, a barbell, a kickbag and a climbing rope). Well, it is a pretty big room, so...

As for kettle-bells, if you're into circuit training for endurance then they'd be pretty darn useful, but then again you can easily center the training around a dumbbell as well. If you have spare money, go for it, but it'd be wiser to invest in a barbell (or bigger weights).

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