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... ss, i work out 4 times a week, i am trying to gain some muscle. I dont do cardio at all really. I am wondering if taking products like these but not doing cardio will make me fat rather then help me gain muscle. ... (7 replies)
... I've been drinking whey protein shakes w 5g of glutamine after I workout. ... (4 replies)
... lose the 100 calorie packs and add vegetables. And absolutely add some unsaturated fats. If I had to guess, binging is probably ruining your fat loss at this point. You need moderation. If you're trying to lose fat, add cardio, add good fats, tone down the binges. Try 2 or 3 more days of cardio, not HIIT. ... (4 replies)

Protein Shakes
May 19, 2005
... suggested a brand and I tried it this morning. I was told to sprinkle some over my oatmeal, but dumb me forgot oatmeal yesterday. ... (7 replies)
... naxis, thank you so much! i infilled some of my answers... (8 replies)
... bsolutely must build some muscle. For your height, 105 is not realistic and in fact is quite unhealthy. That would be borderline anorexic with minimal muscle and fat and you have no chance of maintaining that weight healthfully. Muscle mass is more dense than fat, so you HAVE to get the scale numbers out of your head. ... (8 replies)
... I'm writing this in hopes that some people can give me advice. This post in mainly about protein and exactly how much someone who lifts will benefit from it. I have been addicted to the gym ever since I was 17, I'm now 21. However, I have not been lifting for that exact amount of time. ... (4 replies)
... Your diet as you listed it above is very clean, but definitely not conducive for muscle building. It's not "bad" per se, but a little reworking will make a huge difference and I think shakes might actually be a good way for you to go to start. ... (15 replies)
... You don't necessarily need protein supplements if you're getting enough in your diet. Aim for .8 to 1g per pound of body weight per day, divided fairly evenly into each meal you have. ... (15 replies)
... You think you will gain muscle because you eat 6 meals, but lose fat because protein shakes aren't "real" meals? ... (27 replies)
... therefore, surely I'm eating enough to make me gain muscle and still lose weight because the protein shakes aren't actual meals...... do you understand what I mean because I feel I'm not making myself clear? ... (27 replies)
... you exercise, watch heart rate and if it goes higher than your max, slow it down. But keeping it at or around your max is okay. If you exercise consistently, it will take a longer to get it to the max and you'll be able to exercise more vigorously for longer periods keeping heart rate in a lower zone. ... (6 replies)
... whereas fat and simple carbs have a very low thermic effect. But you have to remember, this only works for whole foods. Protein bars and shakes contain predigested protein so you're missing out on the thermic effect. ... (4 replies)
... how quickly can your body fat percentage change? ... (8 replies)
... It's still underweight for that height and if it requires a ton of cardio to maintain, it's not healthy. And if you plan to gain any lean muscle, that will add to your overall weight, even though it will not increase your bulk or fluff. ... (8 replies)
... the only way it will happen is if you eat too little or perform cardio too much without adequate strength training. Bodybuilders usually sacrifice holding onto fat in order to have great muscle gains ... ... (29 replies)
... you can't target your weight loss, where fat is stored is genetic. ... (1 replies)
... calories on training days and it will go almost exclusively to replenishing glycogen stores and protein for muscle repair. ... (3 replies)
... oz of lean meat is barely 60g of protein. That might be ok for a small sedentary person, but he wants to gain lean muscle. The goal should be 1g protein per pound of body weight a day. You should try to get some amount of protein into every meal so that your body has a constant supply to tap into. ... (6 replies)
... Your goal is not resonable but this will help. ... (5 replies)

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