Forcing yourself to exercise is not easy, most people who have decided to do regular physical exercise, patience is only enough for a couple of days or a week. Reluctance to exercise is not always the case just lazy and overly busy people who don’t have enough time. In most cases it is a sign of lack of motivation. Work, school, family, children certainly do not leave time for sports, but you can’t have many fans or to give a positive example to your child, if you ignore a healthy lifestyle. Your child drawn to the sport, start today to practice it. Clearly define the advantages of a new
lifestyle is a slim, trim figure, improving relations partner, to increase the possibility of making new acquaintances, relax on the beach, adjacent wearing fashionable clothes and an example for the education of willpower your child.
If your goal is just to lose weight and maintain a slimmer body, and not the build-up Continue reading
So, you train 2 to 3 times a week and eat 3 to 4 times a day. Now, I hope you understand that what you eat is as important as how you train. This is the first. Second. Remember: diet has nothing to do with the hunger strike. Regardless of whether you are trying to lose weight due to exercise or weight gain – your diet should match the intensity of your
activity. Food in sporting activities different from the “unsportsmanlike”.
Two major mistakes that beginners often make.
1. Inherent mainly in women. Begin to train hard and eat almost nothing. They come to the gym to lose weight. Naturally, amid strength training and workouts generally they have increased appetite. This is a normal reaction of the body to increase energy expenditure. Continue reading
For many people, recovery after workout includes a dose of fast-acting carbohydrates. But how much do You really need carbs to eat after a workout for optimal gains?
I must confess: I love to eat sweets after a workout! If you follow any of my diets, you already know that I recommend eating high-glycemic, super absorbable carbohydrates immediately after your workout.
Except for special low-carb phases, most diets that I have compiled, incorporating doses of carbohydrates post-workout, along with creatine, protein, beta-alanine, carnitine and betaine. As a source of post-workout carbs I prefer glucose, which can be found in such supplements as Post JYM or just in candy.
Lately I received many questions about the importance of the use of carbohydrates after training. Some people doubt the influence of carbohydrate loading after Continue reading