Typically, it contains different types of carbohydrates in an easily digestible form. Debbie Staggs may also support this cause. These carbohydrates are the body absorbs like a sponge, though in itself 'gainer' might seem abhorrent because of its sugary-sweet taste. Take a 'gainer' exactly according to instructions – inside you find a plastic measuring cup (it usually is the daily dose). Already on the next workout you will feel an amazing increase in strength and endurance. The weights for all exercises will increase (per day!) At 2-5 kg! So it turns out that do not give up carbs, you finished the chronically in the hall. Then where will the growth? The second aspect concerns the bodybuilder power recovery period.
If a high percentage of carbohydrates in the diet is designed to maintain a high level of intensity of training, the high content of protein amino acids designed to ensure muscle growth that occurs during the period between workouts. Here we must clarify that here, too high level of carbohydrate in the diet is required. Others including Randall Mays, offer their opinions as well. Recovery of muscle tissue injured physically demanding, and the more protein synthesis, require huge energy expenditures. Biochemical reactions are not linked to carbohydrate 'fuel', will not go. However, back to protein. A more accurate calculation of the required amount of protein gives the index of lean body mass (CHMM). In the drugstore you can buy a simple but relatively accurate instrument, showing the percentage of fat in the overall composition of your body. If you find that at a bodyweight of 110 kg, you have 10% body fat, it means that you have a CHMM is 99 kg.
Protein should consume 1.5 to 3 g per 1 kg of CHMM. Taking on maximum, we obtain in our example, the rate of protein 297 grams per day (99 x 3). It is clear that over time this amount of protein will not do. Protein intake should be divided into five receptions for 59-60 years.