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Pete_Sebastiano
06-10-2004, 07:51 PM
Formula 1: Anti-Catabolic Shake (PRE):
0.2 grams of whey protein per lean pound of bw
5 grams of ribose every 200 lbs (2.5 for every 100 lbs)
10 grams of glutamine every 200 lbs
*Consume 15 mins before workout

Formula 2: The Big 3 Hormonal Cocktail(POST):
16oz Grape Juice
0.25 grams of protein per lbs of bw
0.8 grams of carbohydrate powder per lbs of bw
0.05 grams of creatine for every lbs of bw
0.1 grams of glutamine per lbs of bw
*Consume immediately after workout

It said that will be in a anabolic state before and after training..

I found these on the website..and do you think they are worth-trying????

Augury
06-10-2004, 08:29 PM
Im sure someone did all the maths for it. Im sure it will work. But it does seem complicated.

30g of carbs(fructose) and 15g of whey 30 mins before and 3/4g/lb of carbs (glucose) + 30g whey straight after will keep a rhino anabolic.

geoffgarcia
06-11-2004, 09:49 AM
post the link.
while that formula would probably be adequate, there are theories (which I believe) to support other type of proteins.
The amount of carbs u use should be determined by if ur on a cut of a bulk.

Post Exercise Nutrition to Maximize the Training Effect (http://www.thinkmuscle.com/articles/haycock/postexercise.htm) by Brian Haycock


Pre/During/Post Workout Nutrition (http://www.avantlabs.com/page.php?pageID=66&pf=1&noupdate=1) by Zepplin of AvantLabs
Carbs: To make the best possible blend, it is recommended that the carbohydrates be a 50/50 blend of dextrose (glucose) and maltodextrin

Protein: Which protein to use is a little more complicated. As in the case of carbohydrates, we want to use the fastest absorbing protein possible. Hydrolyzed whey protein is one of the most quickly absorbed due to an enzymatic production method that leaves the amino acids open for use.

Conclusion:
0.8-1.0 g/kg of a 50/50 blend of dextrose and maltodextrin
0.4-0.6 g/kg of hydrolyzed whey protein or a blend of this and a whey isolate (a minimum of 50% hydrolyzed whey)
3-5 grams of BCAA
3-5 grams of glutamine
3-5 grams of creatine monohydrate.
*Drink of this mixture pre (less than 15 minutes before exercise) and/or during your workout. Because of decreased gastric emptying during moderate to high intensity exercise, it has been hypothesized that during exercise supplements should be kept to a solution of 10% concentration or less (Anataraman et al. 1995). This means that a during exercise supplement will need to be mixed in 1-2 liters of water. That is a lot of fluid to drink during a 45-60 minute workout. If it is a little more concentrated, the results will probably not be affected much, so you need to see what is going to work for you.