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just wondering why isnt he using belt :o
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Antti wrote:just wondering why isnt he using belt :o
I stopped using belt in all exercises since I started training for my competition, Reason being to get a stronger core ;)

Heres the latest video of 135 kg squat, which i do 5-7 sets of 3 times a week :)
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hows every1 doing here its so quiet. Just started doing Boris sheiko's programs and its killing me. Gotta watchout for overtraining tho.
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Y bro evryday lifting to many weight with me 8-)
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I'm thinking of starting to drink amino acids before and after the workout, EAA to be specific and I was wondering... Which of these gives you a better effect and a better body recovery, whey or EAA? Right now I only mix a small dose of creatine before training and drink whey (80) after but I've heard that EAA gives you a better "boost" to your muscles. I want to know if it's true and I would like an explaination to why it is that way.
I only want an answer from a person that knows what he's talking about, thanks.
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No experts ?
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You might be posting it in the wrong forum :P
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I dont think its a wrong forum since we already have 37 pages in this thread :D

But most of our fitness people have left/dont visit so often..
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I ask for an opinion from an expert and I get replies from two girls instead 8-)
Follow up question: What would the person that is going to answer my last question recommend: BCAA or EAA?
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Hi M.A,

Completely forgot to answer :?

BCAA's are fast absorbed aminoacids. Whey protein is also absorbed fast, but has to be broken down to aminoacids first to be absorbed. BCAA's are fairly expensive in compare to whey protein, which also typically contains BCAA's. I would recommend just whey if you are going for the simple choice.

Personally I sip on Xtend throughout my workout which contains aminoacids and awesome taste, and afterwards I drink a proteinshake of 40 grams of whey.
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minna wrote:I dont think its a wrong forum since we already have 37 pages in this thread :D

But most of our fitness people have left/dont visit so often..

I meant forum overall, as in neondragon.net. This is the land of unhealthy, lazy gamers :D
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East Clubber wrote:Hi M.A,

Completely forgot to answer :?

BCAA's are fast absorbed aminoacids. Whey protein is also absorbed fast, but has to be broken down to aminoacids first to be absorbed. BCAA's are fairly expensive in compare to whey protein, which also typically contains BCAA's. I would recommend just whey if you are going for the simple choice.

Personally I sip on Xtend throughout my workout which contains aminoacids and awesome taste, and afterwards I drink a proteinshake of 40 grams of whey.
How many dl whey protein is 40 gram and with how many dl water do you mix it with? I do not have a food scale at home. Would a bigger dose of protein powder benefit you more than the 40 grams that you're mixing with or is this non sense?
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M.A wrote:
East Clubber wrote:Hi M.A,

Completely forgot to answer :?

BCAA's are fast absorbed aminoacids. Whey protein is also absorbed fast, but has to be broken down to aminoacids first to be absorbed. BCAA's are fairly expensive in compare to whey protein, which also typically contains BCAA's. I would recommend just whey if you are going for the simple choice.

Personally I sip on Xtend throughout my workout which contains aminoacids and awesome taste, and afterwards I drink a proteinshake of 40 grams of whey.
How many dl whey protein is 40 gram and with how many dl water do you mix it with? I do not have a food scale at home. Would a bigger dose of protein powder benefit you more than the 40 grams that you're mixing with or is this non sense?
I think a dl is about 30-35 grams of protein, but if your proteinpowder comes with a scoop it usually is written on the package how much it equals to ;)
How much water doesn't really matter much if you want the taste of the proteinpowder to be strong, use little water. And if you wish the opposite, use more.

You should look at the overall picture instead of thinking only about the amount of protein after workout. If you don't get sufficient protein, even 100 grams of proteinpowder after a workout wont benefit you. Try to get protein in throughout the day from different sources. Add proteinpowder if you can't get enough or for more practical eating.

Next to the 40 grams of proteinpowder after workout I get 500-650 grams of meat and 15-20 grams of proteinpowder in the morning together with other proteinsources.
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Nearly there... in terms of what i wanna achieve with this stomach >:]
Don't want to over do it, just need to continue running and tighten the lower part of my stomach a bit moar.
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