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Diet For Faster Muscle Growth
How To "Time" Your Diet For FASTER Muscle Growth!
By The "Muscle Nerd" Jeff Anderson
It's true that the grueling workout you've invested at the local "iron jungle" will stimulate your muscles to grow bigger and stronger. But ultimately it's your diet that will provide the "building blocks" for this new growth. However, there's more to a bodybuilder's diet than mountains of canned tuna and protein powder. Timing your meals just right will provide you with a competetive edge that will allow you to build muscle faster and help burn those extra layers of fat covering up your hard work.
When you wake up, you're at the end of a 7-9 hour fast and your muscles are screaming for nutrition. Start off with a potent protein drink for fast absorption mixed with some complex carbs for fueling your day.
1-2 Hours Before Your Workout
You're about to send your muscles into the "combat zone" so shouldn't you provide them with the ammunition they need to "take the hill"? Load up on some complex carbs that will provide the long lasting fuel you'll need to power through your intense workout. Add a full dose of protein to provide a ready source of amino acids and give your muscles a head start on the growth process as you stress the muscle cells during your workout.
Immediately After Your Workout
You've used up the glycogen (stored carbohydrates) in your muscle cells as fuel for your workout and if you don't replenish them fast, you're bound to short circuit your growth. Within 45 minutes to an hour after your workout you need to down a high glycemic, high protein drink while your body is primed for fast absorption. Take in between 75 - 100 grams of sugar and about 25% of your day's total protein requirement along with a healthy dose of monounsaturated fats to help stimulate testosterone production.
You're about to enter another long period of fasting at bedtime, but it's also a prime time for your body to repair and build muscle. The problem is that your metabolism slows way down when you sleep so a large meal before turning in has the potential to trigger fat storage. To provide the building blocks your body needs for growth while minimizing fat storage, eat a light meal consisting of slow-digesting protein and some easily digestable carbs. A bowl of cottage cheese with some fruit is ideal or mix a scoop of protein powder (one with casein in it is best) into some milk or water. Be sure to avoid high carbs and fat calories at this time.
Jeff Anderson (better known in the bodybuilding community as the "Muscle Nerd") is the creator of Optimum Anabolics, the ground-breaking new bodybuilding program that has taken the entire industry by storm! For more information on Jeff's controversial new mass-building principles, go to www.Grow-Muscle-Now.com.
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