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Unread 02-12-2010, 01:24 PM
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Haha come on! I just wanted to correct an annoying spelling mistake.
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(prior to that, most interest had to to with recovery from exhaustive endurance exercise)

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BTW, one correction, I actually mis-titled the article, as it was meant to only examine post-workout nutrition. My apologies.
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Good article.

What about timing of the post workout meal? Have heard 20 min to 2 hours, is there any research on this?

Also at what point does someone need fuel DURING a workout? Is this based on time working out, intensity, or something else and is there research on if this of any anabolic benefit.
I remember during workout nutrition was the all the rage a few years back. All the bros were drinking their dextrose+whey protein shakes between sets.

Personally, unless you are training for like 4 hours during workout nutrition is a complete waste of effort.

A normal hard training session that lasts 1-1.5hrs (2hrs if you have a training partner or whatever) doesn't require during workout nutrition.
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Manveet, you are incorrect. Even for workouts that are only an hour, during workout nutrition can be beneficial.
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Manveet, you are incorrect. Even for workouts that are only an hour, during workout nutrition can be beneficial.
Under certain contexts/circumstances I can believe it being beneficial (someone who is dieting, training fasted, etc.).

However, for an individual that is already eating an excess of calories within regularly spaced meals, what difference would a protein+carb drink really make?

Obviously I haven't looked at the studies, but feel free to point to one that was conducted under the latter circumstances.
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Few have been done under those conditions and you know it. But I spent 35 pages in The Protein Book on the topic.
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There are some very silly shenanigans going on in the comments following the article. If I didn't have valentine's day goodness this evening, I would be all over that brodown.
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