Antiaging exercises focus on building
muscle and maintaining flexibility. Muscle nutrition
is a very important part of this antiaging bodybuilding
To gain muscle you need to balance your exercise with
the right nutrition AT The right time. This muscle workout
nutrition guide supports a faster muscle recovering,
allowing the muscles to work harder next session.
Eating carbohydrates and protein immediately after
you finish your hard workout. Chronic muscle fatigue
is associated with low blood levels of amino acids,
the building blocks of proteins. So, the sooner you
eat protein after you finish your hard workout, the
quicker you will recover.
Eat extra protein on the day that you take hard workouts.
This reduces muscle damage during hard exercise. Eating
carbohydrates along with a protein building block called
leucine helps you to recover even faster.
Muscles are made primarily from protein building blocks
called amino acids. Muscles heal from a hard workout
when amino acids and other nutrients travel from your
bloodstream into the muscles.
How much protein?
If you're working out hard, consuming more than 0.9
to 1.25 grams of protein per pound of body weight is
a waste. Spread your protein amount throughout the following
3-step muscle nutrition plan.
- Have a post workout shake of three parts carbohydrates
and one part protein.
- Eat a meal several hours later.
- Have a snack after another few hours with the reverse:
1 part carb: 3 parts protein.
This will keep protein synthesis going by maintaining
high amino acid concentrations in the blood.
for antiaging muscle building
proteins are so important
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