The Best Protein To Build Muscle And Grow in 2020

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Like the majority of serious bodybuilders and athletes, I used to eat a ton of protein, 300 or more grams a day, most from protein supplements. Even though I spent a ton of time working out hard too, I saw less than optimal changes. The question is why? After years of intensive research and experimentation, I’ve finally figured out what the “secret” is: There’s a muscle-building equation that you’ve got to satisfy in order to get bigger, and most protein supplements are addressing only half of it. At best, they’re only giving you 50% of the muscle gains you’re capable of achieving. Many …

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Fight The Eat – The 2020 Powerful Way To Lose Fat

Ever wondered what a calorie really is and how it can help you in your fight to lose fat? Then look no further as I discuss what a calorie is, macronutrient breakdown of protein, carbs, fats, and much more right here! Understanding Calories And Fat Loss Once upon a time, scientists wanted to figure out how to measure the propensity of a substance to raise the temperature of water by one degree Celsius. Using lots of fancy science equipment, they came up with a measurement system for how able something is to raise the temperature of water, and they called …

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Endurance Performance Fuel Sources Glycogen & IMTG

when we perform any endurance type of exercise, it is commonly thought that the body relies on stored muscle glycogen. This is true, however, it also appears as though stored intramyocellular triglyceride levels (IMTG) play a key role as a fuel substrate as well. The body has an ability to increase its stores of IMTG quite quickly as it does for muscle glycogen so as to ensure it always has an available source of fuel in case muscle glycogen begins to run low. What Is Glycogen? Glycogen is the main storage form of glucose in the muscle. When carbohydrates are …

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