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Old 03-14-2012, 11:42 PM   #1941 (permalink)
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Thanks man, I completely get what you mean. Although, it sounds stupid but being over weight for my most of my life has made me want to be all of those things at once. Yeah, over training is dangerous and can lead to a lot of problems, but it's like a blind man being able to see for the first time. I couldn't as much walk up a flight of stairs without getting winded, now on a good day I can easily jog 6 miles. That thrill is why I never get tired of exercising (lifting excluded), but if I am not careful you are right I can get sick or possibly even worse.
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Old 03-14-2012, 11:43 PM   #1942 (permalink)
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I've tried a shit load of pre/post/during supps too. All the ones you mentioned, plus more. basically, they pumped me up for my walk to the gym, then 5 minutes in, the pump was gone and I got super tired. eat evenly throughout the day (unless you're doing IF) and your energy should be fine.
Thats because some of them are loded with caffeine and glucose. So you get a big rush of glucose which your body compensates for by releasing massive dump of insulin. Its why energy drinks like red bull and stuff are terrible to drink prior to any exercise.

I don't do pre-workout sups and i really don't take my training seriously enough to want to spend th emoney on post-workout stuff. I tend to prefer stuff like bananas about 60-90 mins before i head to the gym.
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Old 03-14-2012, 11:53 PM   #1943 (permalink)
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Thats because some of them are loded with caffeine and glucose. So you get a big rush of glucose which your body compensates for by releasing massive dump of insulin. Its why energy drinks like red bull and stuff are terrible to drink prior to any exercise.

I don't do pre-workout sups and i really don't take my training seriously enough to want to spend th emoney on post-workout stuff. I tend to prefer stuff like bananas about 60-90 mins before i head to the gym.
and furthermore, that's exactly what I have been doing lately. Bananas or Spinach.

Milk is doing a new angle to promote chocolate milk as the perfect post-workout supp. and I have to say, I've only heard and read good things on it. I'm slightly lactose intolerant, so I can't drink milk straight, but I would if I could. Other than that, I think post-workout is way more important than pre-workout. (since I play the training montage song from rocky 4 on repeat during my workouts, I always have motivation) that's after your body used up it's glucose and stored glycogen, and you're muscles are at their 'peak' and thriving for nutrition. I'll do a protein shake if I can't get home soon enough to eat meat, then an apple or some yogurt.
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Old 03-15-2012, 12:11 AM   #1944 (permalink)
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I have heard that too, but I wonder if it's really true. I have read nutrition books that downplay the significance of milk. Yes it's going to help restore glucose, but is it going to give you as many nutrients as a protein drink with some fresh fruit. Although, this probably doesn't really matter unless you're a serious athlete, where every calorie has to count.
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It depends on what brand of supp you use, what you add to it, etc etc. Everything i've read or heard about chocolate milk is very bro-science and lacks any real scientific proof behind it. Its a cheaper option but the sugar content of chocolate milk is pretty high.
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Old 03-15-2012, 12:23 AM   #1946 (permalink)
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It depends on what brand of supp you use, what you add to it, etc etc. Everything i've read or heard about chocolate milk is very bro-science and lacks any real scientific proof behind it. Its a cheaper option but the sugar content of chocolate milk is pretty high.
well for after a workout, I think that would be a good thing. However, the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) recommends you drink chocolate milk after a workout, then they also recommend to not drink your calories; so WTF?

I'll stick to my fruit/meat/bread diet, with the occasional veggies I throw in. thank you, America.
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Old 03-15-2012, 12:33 AM   #1947 (permalink)
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Pretty much spot on, I try not to listen to anything the government says about health, because they say what is healthy based on who is giving them money. For instance, eggs used to be considered healthy and were recommended, then they were bad for you. As for milk, I have read that Americans in general get to much calcium as it is, and unless you have a condition where you need this excess calcium then milk should be avoided. This is because there are possible links to excess calcium to certain cancers. (what doesn't lead to cancer now though)
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I wouldn't ignore the government (States in my case) totally, but for getting jacked and being a beast, they're not too reliable. They try to dumb it down and make it 100% general so anyone can follow it. Also, they're has to be some $$$ motivation for them to say some of the things they say (can't think of any off hand).
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I feel pretty bad reading this thread. I have a pretty ridiculous metabolism, if Im working out a lot I can pretty much eat what I want and still get pretty ripped. I do eat a lot of fruit etc but I eat junk as well and still get pretty ripped. A lot of it is luck I guess
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