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    Quote Originally Posted by El_Spiko View Post
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    Thumbs down Awful Article MD...

    First three paragraphs mention bodybuilders, but those paragraphs did not pertain to the "studies" mentioned beneath them.

    - Article does not address different body types within the study groups.
    - Article didn't mention who these study groups were... women? athletes? non-athletes? It mentions males, and nothing else.
    - Article does not discuss glycogen loading as it relates to improved muscular strength and endurance during the workout, thereby assisting in total muscle protein breakdown, and the resulting protein synthesis after feeding (carbs + protein = insulin = protein synthesis).
    - Article states, "A study published in the American Journal of Physiology examined both low and high carbohydrate ingestion before resistance exercise to determine how many carbs is enough."... I thought we were talking about post-exercise?

    Bunk. Meaningless for most bodybuilders. Worst article MD has posted in a long time. A bunch of citations to make it look like it means something, but never ties any of it together in a meaningful way. Bunch of random bullets flying with no target.

    "Muscular Development prides itself on bringing our readers the most cutting-edge research available, but it's amazing how fast just one research paper can change a person's thoughts on a subject."

    On the contrary MD, this isn't cutting edge. It's loosely linked data. If this "research paper" changes any bodybuilders' mind about carbs post-training (30g will leave you a hell of a lot flatter than 100g), well, I guess maybe you're hitting your target audience after all.
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    alvisi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tryder View Post
    alvisi?
    i mean how much alvisi of course

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    depends on your workout, after i train legs i instantly after my workout have 50gr of protein and 80gr of carbs than 20-30 minutes after that a meal with loads of both.
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