Fitness tips and training methods, this video focus' on fitness fatloss nutritional tips.
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Hello everybody is Darin Stein from fatlosslifestyle.com here to talk to you about the most important aspect of your fitness fat loss program and that it is your nutrition. Depending who you talk too, the nutrition, the food that you put in your mouth, it’s 70% to 80% of your fitness fat loss gain. You can workout until you’re blowing the face but your body is not going to change until you really start the master that you put in the final folks. Alright, I’m here today to talk you about the most important meal of the day. Yes, lots of people have heard to this breakfast. That’s very true but one is more important to that is your folks, workout your meal, the meal that you’re going to eat after very intense workout session. The digestive tract is the most incredibly vascular system in the body. It needs a lot of blood to do its work because the afternoon tense workout, the blood is normally available towards in your legs, in your bonds and the map back. The muscles group that you just work, it works very, very slow. So if you eat a meal that’s normally typically good, check and browse in the cell, you’re going to miss the two-hour, one of opportunity afternoon tense workout to start to show in the protein, the amino acids and the glycogen which is the carb that body breaks down into your gas lean that uses to fuel your system. You’re going to miss that two-hour window of opportunity because that chicken breast is going to sit on that gutt and the digestive tract is weight slower and you’re going to miss that two-hour one of opportunity. So what we do is we eat that’s already predigested. It’s absorbed very rapidly to start to recover process after an intense workout. And the meal that fits that bill is weight protein and a high glycemic carb like a banana. So what we want to do is we want to consume approximately 30 minutes to 60 minutes after that intense weight training session depend on the lot of variables. But if your metabolism is slow, it’s weight 60 minutes if your metabolism is faster, let’s go down towards 30 minutes. Let’s throw in some weight protein and let’s throw in some carbs in the form of banana to really feel that recovery process. Now, let’s say we have three categories of people. Let’s go small, 120 to 140 pounds. Let’s say I have medium. Let’s go around 150 to 180 and let’s go to big boys, 200 plus. Alright, for the small, let’s go approximately 50 to 20 grams of weight protein for the medium. Let’s go approximately 20 to 30 grams of weight protein and for the big boys let’s go around 35 to 45. Now for carbs, let’s go small. Let’s go half banana, medium let’s go full banana and for the big boys let’s go banana and a half. Okay, weight protein. Quality is very important. Don’t go at the cheap brand. Let’s go with something that said medium grade. Let’s go to a higher grade. Preferably, the weight protein comes from cows that were grass fat and not grain fat. You’ve got to pay a little bit more but it’s really going to be worth it. Organic bananas are probably good idea. Okay, so let me give you a couple of my tips. I prefer half vanilla and half chocolate and a hand shaker because it’s quicker. You throw it in there. Just read on the bottle, you can come up with how many grams of weight protein in by reading the directions and adjust you’re doses size accordingly. Put it in here, a little ice water, shake it up really, really hard, drink it each of banana and you’re good to go. It’s not as nice as put in a blender with some ice but you say 15-inch 20 minutes on preparation time, your clean up time. So again, the post workout meal, the most important meal of your entire day, don’t go without it. Now, you know what to do on your post workout meal. Alright, train hard, eat right and expect success. I’ll see your next month on recipe of the month. Thank you very much. Visit majorleaguehealth.com right now to get your free 12-week body transformation videos series which moment sales to 199.97. You’re actually fr
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