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Old 12-09-2011, 10:57 AM   #1821 (permalink)
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That's really vague. For example, if you get proper nourishment after a workout, you'll be considerably less sore than if you don't. That doesn't mean you're gaining more without proper nourishment. Seems obvious but focus on the workout and the nutrition and not the degree of soreness.
I'm assuming everyone takes a good protein-rich meal/ a protein shake and a hour-two later carbs after training, but if not I guess one could get more sore than without training as the body will be "starving" for energy hence the reduced regeneration rate and added soreness, although you need to eat all the time (every 2-3 hours) nonetheless.

Soreness signalizes that your body is changing. I always try to push myself doing an extra set, doing some extra help reps or reducing pauses, basically increasing intensity in each workout. To grow muscles effectively this is needed, you can't lift the same weights, doing the same reps, the same number of sets and having the same pauses training session after training session as this basically means you're not making any progress thus not gaining any strength and muscle, you're only mainitaining the muscle you already have that way.

Even professional bodybuilders, powerlifters and olympic lifters feel sore after training so basically if you're working out right, you will never get past the soreness state. You can still improve without getting sore by training lighter, but the effects will be MUCH lower and it will take much more time to reach the same results as when going all out.
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Old 12-09-2011, 08:53 PM   #1822 (permalink)
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I'm assuming everyone takes a good protein-rich meal/ a protein shake and a hour-two later carbs after training, but if not I guess one could get more sore than without training as the body will be "starving" for energy hence the reduced regeneration rate and added soreness, although you need to eat all the time (every 2-3 hours) nonetheless.

Soreness signalizes that your body is changing. I always try to push myself doing an extra set, doing some extra help reps or reducing pauses, basically increasing intensity in each workout. To grow muscles effectively this is needed, you can't lift the same weights, doing the same reps, the same number of sets and having the same pauses training session after training session as this basically means you're not making any progress thus not gaining any strength and muscle, you're only mainitaining the muscle you already have that way.

Even professional bodybuilders, powerlifters and olympic lifters feel sore after training so basically if you're working out right, you will never get past the soreness state. You can still improve without getting sore by training lighter, but the effects will be MUCH lower and it will take much more time to reach the same results as when going all out.
Don't purely rely on soreness afterr the workout as your progress though.
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Old 12-26-2011, 04:06 PM   #1824 (permalink)
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For those interested in learning about exercise selection with limitied to no gym equipment, I encourage you to buy Never Gymless by Ross Enamait. It's not a gimmicky book, either. Many of these questions could be answered in great detail through that book.
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Old 12-27-2011, 02:51 PM   #1825 (permalink)
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Can't wait to start back. Ate so much food over Christmas so looking to shift the beer belly
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Old 12-27-2011, 04:48 PM   #1826 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I want to start getting in shape for the new year coming around. I'm not exactly fat, I'd just like to tone up and get rid of my gut. Any tips on getting slimmer? Like how much fat should be eating per day? I feel that I can cut out sodas and junk food. Can I eat red meat like sausages, bacon etc? What about fried eggs, potatoes and such? Cheers!
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Old 12-29-2011, 10:37 AM   #1827 (permalink)
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Hey guys, I want to start getting in shape for the new year coming around. I'm not exactly fat, I'd just like to tone up and get rid of my gut. Any tips on getting slimmer? Like how much fat should be eating per day? I feel that I can cut out sodas and junk food. Can I eat red meat like sausages, bacon etc? What about fried eggs, potatoes and such? Cheers!
Need stats, age/gender/height/weight/bodyfat estimate, of course your diet/training and most importantly bodytype. But there's some general basics to answer your questions.

1) Regarding food:

1a) No chocolate, sweets and most that bs. If you want sugar, eat fruits.

1b) Red meat usually has a lot of fat, more often than not a 2:1 fat/protein ratio (no carbs but it depends on the food), if you work out your body is going to use the protein for building muscle and use the fat as an energy source. If not, you're not going to build muscle, the fat is still going to be an energy source (as it always is) but chances are some of the fat will be stored in your body.

1c) No potatoes, nachos, or at least not more often than once a week. No cola either. I don't see a problem with fried eggs at all though, they are basic nutrition for most bodybuilders/fitness models. 50:50 fat/protein ratio with high biological value.

1d) Whole grain bread/rye bread > white bread due to the lower glycaemic index = raises your sugar level less and is beeing slower processed by your body which means most of it will be burned while also nurturing your body for a longer period of time.

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How much fat should you eat? Well people generally say 1:1,2-1,5 kg weight to fat ratio for the typical diet, but it also depends. If you really wanna cut, you'd be better off eating fat than carbs as carbs are the first source your body takes energy from when burning calories and after that the body starts burning fat, but you would also have to eat more fat than the previously mentioned 1,2-1,5g per kg as you'd diminish the kcal taken by carbs. Basically chances are more likely that you'll slim down from eating fat and dieting than eating carbs and dieting, unless you don't work out enough and/or eat like a roidjunkie powerlifter, aka in excess.

But like I said, you can't expect good tips personally for you if you don't mention any of your stats.
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Old 12-31-2011, 04:36 PM   #1828 (permalink)
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So when do you guys think is the best time to drink a protein shake? I realize it's basically just a meal replacer and you can drink it at anytime but I find myself having different results during different times of the day. Would you recommend taking it after a workout? or before you sleep or when you wake up? Does it really not matter?
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God, I really need to start back working out. I haven't done anything in 2 weeks! I need to start back doing some cardio, cause I love me some intense cardio. I wanted to start experimenting with weightlifting but didn't get the chance. That and I need to gain some freaking weight but I'm afraid I get fat so I still eat very little and do a bunch of cardio.
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So when do you guys think is the best time to drink a protein shake? I realize it's basically just a meal replacer and you can drink it at anytime but I find myself having different results during different times of the day. Would you recommend taking it after a workout? or before you sleep or when you wake up? Does it really not matter?
Post workout & before bed are the best times.
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