I've read and re-read all of the discussion on High Vs. Low GI PWO, and I have decided to go with Low GI. My question is, how many grams of oats are you guys using in your PWO shakes?
Also, is there any else to add? Leucine?
Grams? Dunno...Whatever a half cup comes out to.
Okay - so a half cup of oats + protein. Is that all?
~36 grams in 1/2 cup oats. 27 carb, 6 pro, 3 fatOriginally Posted by Jayhawkk
Dry measure charts indicate 113.4 grams in a 1/2 cup but that doesn't seem to add up.
I usually use a full cup oats and a banana.
26 whey protein
16oz skim milk
1/2 cup rolled oats
1 serving Cycle support
Very nice. Thanks!Originally Posted by Jayhawkk
I like 1 cup with 2 scoops of whey and 2 cups of water thrown in a blender with some ice cubes
Do you only use Cycle Support after coming off cycle, or is this a staple for you? I have not used anything that requires PCT but have been looking at this product for overall general health reasons, any thoughts?1 serving Cycle support
Depends...at times I'll go upto 200g oats w/~50g dextrose and other times I opt for 150g oats with an apple. I never go under 100g oats though.
How much do you weigh?
I currently float at ~175lb, there is no reason for me taking in so many carbs other than the fact I love 'em.Originally Posted by bigstabile
Sorry, I was actually asking the original poster. I don't think there is really a generic answer to this question. A lot of it depends on the individual. Obviously somebody who weighs 250 should do something different then somebody who weighs 150.Originally Posted by Ziricote
I do the same thing though. Beings that I'm training pretty much solely for strength right now I'm trying to eat as many carbs as I can handle all day. Seems to be working wonders for the feel of my workouts.
Ohhh, gotcha.Originally Posted by bigstabile
I use Cycle Support as a staple for health.
I am 170 dry with 10% or so BF.
i use 1 cup
1 cup oats
60 g protein
I also take a few fish oil caps with it.
So do most of you see better gains when bulking with low GI CHO such as oats or high GI CHO such as dextrose?
Same gains just less fat gain and more stable blood sugar with low GI personally.