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  1. Carb powder?


    Does something like this exist? I was curious because i want ti keep it in my gym bag and take it with my protein shake post workout before doing cardio/auxilairy work without having to go home eat and then go back to the gym. Help plsssss :]


  2. Quote Originally Posted by EatMoar View Post
    Does something like this exist? I was curious because i want ti keep it in my gym bag and take it with my protein shake post workout before doing cardio/auxilairy work without having to go home eat and then go back to the gym. Help plsssss :]
    Maltodextrin, waxy maze, ect ect yes they exsist but oats ground into powder is a better option.
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    Maltodextrin, waxy maze, ect ect yes they exsist but oats ground into powder is a better option.
    he nailed it...

    the only one i know of for sale is from Complete Nutriton called FORTIFY. its beast. just dont get ripped off...

  4. I think you are looking for something like Karbolyn by All American EFX or Karbolic by Pro Supps?

  5. im pretty controversial on my nutritional information, but this to me seems like you are majoring in the minors. i wouldnt worry about missing some food for like an hour or so.

    i have been doing intermittent fasting since january. i have lost 20 lbs and all my lifts are going up. i dont count calories, i dont measure, i eat what i want as long as its within a 6 hour window each day. so yes, i can go upwards of 18 hours without food and that means at times i havent eaten for 12+ hours before a workout and may not even eat till the next day after a workout. it was rough the first month now its just plain easy.

    in other words, the body is a very resilient machine. dont sweat the little things till you know for a fact you have the major things in place or are one of the worlds elite that require even the tiniest changes to see any type of gains anymore.

    but if you insist on drinking a shake, they make meal replacement shakes that have carbs and protein. just shop around whatever local store you have, or even better, eat some food.
    you can call me "ozzie" for short.
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  6. Gatorade powder=dextrose
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  7. I use glycomix...
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by asooneyeonig View Post
    im pretty controversial on my nutritional information, but this to me seems like you are majoring in the minors. i wouldnt worry about missing some food for like an hour or so.

    i have been doing intermittent fasting since january. i have lost 20 lbs and all my lifts are going up. i dont count calories, i dont measure, i eat what i want as long as its within a 6 hour window each day. so yes, i can go upwards of 18 hours without food and that means at times i havent eaten for 12+ hours before a workout and may not even eat till the next day after a workout. it was rough the first month now its just plain easy.

    in other words, the body is a very resilient machine. dont sweat the little things till you know for a fact you have the major things in place or are one of the worlds elite that require even the tiniest changes to see any type of gains anymore.

    but if you insist on drinking a shake, they make meal replacement shakes that have carbs and protein. just shop around whatever local store you have, or even better, eat some food.
    Well usually after a lift I feel depleted and just wanted an extra bit of carbs before going into cardio. Ground up oats sounds low a good plan though, but actually now that I think about it during my long lifting sessions I never really used any carbs/protein and still saw an increase in mass . not the next day over a period of time.

    But it confuses me because if you lift to long and lactic acid builds up in your muscles won't your body start breaking them down for energy? That was my reasoning for carbs intra/pre cardio. But then you have IF which totally disproves this. I'm interested and confused lol

  9. Quote Originally Posted by EatMoar View Post
    Well usually after a lift I feel depleted and just wanted an extra bit of carbs before going into cardio. Ground up oats sounds low a good plan though, but actually now that I think about it during my long lifting sessions I never really used any carbs/protein and still saw an increase in mass . not the next day over a period of time.

    But it confuses me because if you lift to long and lactic acid builds up in your muscles won't your body start breaking them down for energy? That was my reasoning for carbs intra/pre cardio. But then you have IF which totally disproves this. I'm interested and confused lol
    Lactic acid is metabolized very quickly and is not going to be the culprit.
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post

    Lactic acid is metabolized very quickly and is not going to be the culprit.
    So what would be the culprit? If you trained for an extended period of time without any carbs/food.

  11. Quote Originally Posted by EatMoar View Post
    So what would be the culprit? If you trained for an extended period of time without any carbs/food.
    Lack of glycogen/substrate.
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  12. Vitargo by gen r8

  13. Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    Lack of glycogen/substrate.
    a lack of glycogen = lack of carbohydrates, so ingesting carbs would solve this issue correct? If you were to train for an extended period of time.

  14. Fruit, waxy maize, EVOGen's GLycoject, Glycergrow, etc..

  15. Quote Originally Posted by mcc23 View Post
    Fruit, waxy maize, EVOGen's GLycoject, Glycergrow, etc..
    Glycergrow?
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by hvactech View Post
    Glycergrow?
    Controlled Labs carb beverage.

    edit: Not a carb beverage my fault

    Glycerol's supposed to provide a super hydrating effect but I've read a couple studies indicating otherwise.. Vitargo is always a nice option.. Kinda pricey though

  17. Quote Originally Posted by EatMoar View Post
    a lack of glycogen = lack of carbohydrates, so ingesting carbs would solve this issue correct? If you were to train for an extended period of time.
    Potentially, but there's many factors in this equation. It could be anything from lack of work capacity to being hypocaloric.
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by mcc23 View Post

    Controlled Labs carb beverage.

    edit: Not a carb beverage my fault

    Glycerol's supposed to provide a super hydrating effect but I've read a couple studies indicating otherwise.. Vitargo is always a nice option.. Kinda pricey though
    Lol.....
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  19. Chocolate milk and cereal before workout. Boom. Problem solved unless your in there for 5 hours.
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    Chocolate milk and cereal before workout. Boom. Problem solved unless your in there for 5 hours.
    Then bring your bowl and spoon to the gym and repeat

  21. Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    Chocolate milk and cereal before workout. Boom. Problem solved unless your in there for 5 hours.
    man i hear great things about chocolate milk as a perfect post workout drink. too bad i think it tastes like ass. lol
    you can call me "ozzie" for short.

  22. Quote Originally Posted by asooneyeonig View Post
    man i hear great things about chocolate milk as a perfect post workout drink. too bad i think it tastes like ass. lol

  23. Quote Originally Posted by asooneyeonig View Post

    man i hear great things about chocolate milk as a perfect post workout drink. too bad i think it tastes like ass. lol
    I'm allergic to chocolate, so I use strawberry

  24. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post

    I'm allergic to chocolate, so I use strawberry
    You poor bastard.
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  25. Quote Originally Posted by jimbuick View Post
    I'm allergic to chocolate, so I use strawberry
    damn

  26. Put food in a container......
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by Diesel0022 View Post
    Put food in a container......
    Zip locks plus sammiches are awesome.
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  28. Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    Zip locks plus sammiches are awesome.
    this is true, i have a bunch of tupperware i use for work could start tupperwaring to the gym as well. Ugh chocolate milk so ****ing good, i have to get the lactose free one though :'( Thanks for the replies fellas. I blew something minor out of proportion lol.

  29. Quote Originally Posted by EatMoar View Post

    this is true, i have a bunch of tupperware i use for work could start tupperwaring to the gym as well. Ugh chocolate milk so ****ing good, i have to get the lactose free one though :'( Thanks for the replies fellas. I blew something minor out of proportion lol.
    It's okay. Mainly when it comes down to "refiling " glycogen it only applys to endurance athletes,people who spend way to long in the gym,or steroid users* gotta love almost instant nutrition uptake*

    For the average gym goer you can rest assured that within 18 to 24 hrs your glycogen stores are full even low Carb.
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  30. Quote Originally Posted by pyrobatt View Post
    It's okay. Mainly when it comes down to "refiling " glycogen it only applys to endurance athletes,people who spend way to long in the gym,or steroid users* gotta love almost instant nutrition uptake*

    For the average gym goer you can rest assured that within 18 to 24 hrs your glycogen stores are full even low Carb.
    well i started running 2 a days and was just making sure thanks man.
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