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Bodybuilding is not just about going to the gym.
Actually gym and nutrition are both #1 if you want to have a healthy and good looking body.
Healthy Diet and Nutrition will affect not only the way you look but the way you think. Mind will work correct if you eat right. Food high in fat will influence negatively your mind and power of thoughts as well as energy levels.
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Fat loss – it’s easy.
I think this topic is one of the most popular among many people and not only bobybuilders who prepares for contest or just want to be in shape before summer. Many people are buying some “magic pills” which are considered to help them to loose weight without changing their lifestyle.
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There are actually two types of cholesterol, which is not a known fact for people who misconstrue it as something bad. HDL is the name of the good cholesterol, while the bad one is called LDL. A bloodstream with too much LDL will result in plaques in the arteries. Over time, blood will have a difficult time travelling your arteries because the opening becomes narrow thanks to the amount of bad cholesterol in it.
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Hey huge guys, its time to get some great pumping and hard look before competition or before summer and beach season. Today I will present you training routine which I use last month prior competition to get that separation, hard look and extreme pumping.
Each day you will work with supersets. That means you will be doing 2 exercises one after other immediately with no rest.
In combination with cardio and diet this routine will make you look very, very attractive.
As runner-up for the Mr. Olympia, Shawn Ray certainly knows the right diet to follow. Catch his tips here.
Most professional bodybuilders claim that getting ready for a show is pure science. That’s not for Shawn Ray. He relied on instinct to lead him through his 12–week plan that garnered him legend status and runner–up in the Mr. Olympia. Here are some of his guidelines:
1. I never keep a running account of the quantities of food I eat–neither the calories nor the grams of fat or protein. I use the mirror, …
Since Dr. Robert Atkins and his frenzy of carb-free followers began the meat-eating movement in 2002, carbohydrates have become the most feared of all food groups—for bodybuilders especially. Although many believe that consuming just one egg bagel for their morning breakfast is enough to set back their fitness goals indefinitely, there is news on the contrary.
The truth is, carbohydrates are not a destructive force sent to throw your diet off track; you just need to know how to work them to your benefit. Here, we give you a few tips …
Fast-absorbing protein is the way to go pre-workout.
You definitely want a high-quality fast-acting protein before you train. Not on the way to the gym, of course, but 45 minutes prior should do the trick.
Amino acids reduce muscle loss and get the anabolic process started–a much better alternative than atrophying for two hours and eating when you get home. Besides whey, your best choice is egg whites (always cooked).
Egg whites have a higher quality of protein than whey, and they give blood a particularly rapid spike of muscle-building amino acids. A …
Eating a balanced diet filled with whole grains, lean meats, and fresh fruits and vegetables is well-known to be a healthy choice. However, some people continue to suffer chronic health problems despite improving their diet. When mainstream doctors are stumped, many individuals have found that removing certain foods from their diet can relieve symptoms, and in some cases completely cure the problem. Support can be found for dietary change through a naturopath or Ottawa wellness professional.
The top two offenders:
1. Gluten. Individuals with digestive problems are likely to have heard …
In the battle of the bulge the most pernicious enemy our will power must fight off are those cravings that sneak up on us every day.
According to recent research, it appears that if you’re a woman you experience cravings about 10 times throughout every single day. This is likely true of men as well.
The most common times, it appears, for these cravings to pop up are at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. This corresponds to drops in your blood sugar levels as you system works off your breakfast and lunch. …
By: Jamie Hale
Casein Protein constitutes 80 percent of milk protein. It is recognized for its excellent amino acid content, slow digestion, and anti-catabolic effect.
It’s slow to digest, clots in the stomach, and appears to be anti-catabolic due to this effect. It contains dairy calcium (which is important for bone health and body comp effects).
Slow digestion can be a negative before or after training when you are trying to get amino acids into the system quickly. People who have problems with lactose may have gas, and some people are allergic, …