PWO simple carbs when cutting

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    When cutting do you have to consume 100g of simple carbs during PWO meal??

    Or do you always have simple carbs for pwo?

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    I don't use a 100g of carbs for any meal. I also stick to low GI carbs throughout the day. My post-WO carbs are oats and pineapple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodja View Post
    I don't use a 100g of carbs for any meal. I also stick to low GI carbs throughout the day. My post-WO carbs are oats and pineapple.
    Agreed.

    When cutting you should drop the simple sugars from your PWO meal. Stick to complex carbs.
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    I don't even have 100g of simple carbs PWO when I'm bulking.
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    I prefer Oats PWO. But it is something you can play with. Some people are fine to have simple carbs PWO. But 100g seems pretty high.

    The key when cutting is Cals in vs. Cals out.
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    i think postworkout 40-50grams whey isolate plus 30 grams of glutamine is great for cutting,
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigschmidt821 View Post
    i think postworkout 40-50grams whey isolate plus 30 grams of glutamine is great for cutting,
    I'm thinking of trying hits but it would be 60mg whey isolate and 40-50g's glutamine.
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    i may be trying to upper gluatmine, i just arranged a deal with VPX for a large shipment of gluatmine and the price is right that i can do it while still being cost concious
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigschmidt821 View Post
    i may be trying to upper gluatmine, i just arranged a deal with VPX for a large shipment of gluatmine and the price is right that i can do it while still being cost concious
    I heard about this technique from Charles Poliquin, so your still be burning fat like crazy because your not spiking insulin your making yourself a more efficient fat burning machine. VPX glutamine any good?
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    A Large whole wheat bagel with a little (1-2TBSP) Jelly has been my usual post workout meal . Delivers 50-60g Carbs from the bagel and 15-30g from the Jelly.

    Just check out the labels of the bagels. Market Basket sells bagels with only 1g fat, but some companies like to use more.
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    When i cut i just have 40g protein and 54g carbs from oats PWO. I take out simple sugars when cutting.
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    Ive been cutting for a few months now and I have always used a maple syrup sandwich for my simple carbs... depending if I use 1 or 2 slices of white bread it can range from aprox 70-90 grams of carbs.

    I do a modified dogg crapp routine 3 days a week and walk 30-40 minutes once or twice a day. Have cut about 4%bf in two months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHAPS View Post
    I heard about this technique from Charles Poliquin, so your still be burning fat like crazy because your not spiking insulin your making yourself a more efficient fat burning machine. VPX glutamine any good?
    i hope VPX glutamine is good i just ordered damn near 30 bottles!
    their products are always quality tho. i always have used myogenix before this. i also heard this from Charles Poliquin he said no carbs until your not fat which is 10% or less
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    what doing an 30 mins of HIT weight training followed by 30 mins HIIT cardio on a slight caloric deficit. Would low GI carbs be best. like an apple... would something even as high as a banana halt the fat burning>? I would think there needs to be some carb-related glycogen replenishment or I will flatten out like a mofo
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