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The Five Biggest Contradictions in Fitness

Its no secret that when people contradict themselves, it has the effect of making the flaws in their actions or statements seem glaringly obvious. But what about when WE ourselves get caught contradicting ourselves by someone else?

By: Nick Tumminello Added: January 6th, 2014
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    You Are What You Eat - Part II by Tony Gentilcore - Jan 22nd 2006

    Learn how to choose the right foods so what you eat will dictate a positive outcome in terms of body composition and muscle gain! In Part II, Tony covers protein and fat in depth.

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    That was a very informative article. I'm still new to all this nutrition stuff, so I was left a little confused. Would anyone mind giving an example of there 5-6 meals they eat in a day and why each meal is eaten (i.e. for carbs, fats, etc)

    thanks and great article

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    Quote Originally Posted by TKoziol
    That was a very informative article. I'm still new to all this nutrition stuff, so I was left a little confused. Would anyone mind giving an example of there 5-6 meals they eat in a day and why each meal is eaten (i.e. for carbs, fats, etc)

    thanks and great article

    When it comes to nutrient timing, I typically structure everything around two factors:

    1. When someone's training time is.
    2. Whether or not it's a training day or a non-training day.

    If you can give me some idea as to what time of the day you typically train, I can give a brief example of how I would set something up.

    Premise being: you want to get the bulk of your kcals (particularily carbs) at times when your body will use them (usually breakfast and/or post-training). People often neglect the importance of hormonal factors when it comes to addiing/losing muscle or adding/losing fat. How you eat and how you structure your meals will play a HUGE role as to how your body will respond.

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