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I feel like Mr.Miagi, watching the Karate Kid take his teachings and run with them!
Wax on...wax off.
I have run this combo for quite some time, with a few breaks here and there.
For the most part over the last 18 months or so I have been using a hybrid unilateral rehab training program while recovering from a neck/disk injury that atrophied my left side (pec, lat, tri). As of today I am pretty near 98% recovered. Actually my left arm is ≥ to my right.
As a result I have not longed a routine or diet simply because it is so unorthodox and hard to follow.
I may begin to become more consistent with my journal after the new year.
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B - is this postWO nutrition a split between liquid and solid?1 P-Slin
+30 mins max:
30g complex carbs
+30 mins max:
30g complex carbs
60g total carbs seems a little light (for me) - is this your P-Slin sweet spot?
Meal - P/C/F
WPI - 60g/9g/3g
Oats - 8g/31g/3g
Total - 68g/40g/6g
1cup FiberOne - 4g/*50g/2g
1cup skim milk - 8g/12g/0g
Total - 12g/*62g/2g
Grand Total - 80g/*102g(78)/8g
*Total carbs before Fiber One fiber debit of 24g
I really do not nor cannot eat much more carbs. I don't lift very heavy any more and as we speak my cardio is non existent.
Trust that I am no nutrition guru nor a specimen of size or shreddedness.
Hey Mr. Miser, is it true that ran the original DS Superdrol? I'm just curious. I actually have a few bottles left.
Also, have you tried a stim-machine for your arm? (Mini E-Stem)
Superdrol - Live: Right here, right now.
Actually I do have one. My wife managed to score it during an auto whiplash insurance settlement.Also, have you tried a stim-machine for your arm? (Mini E-Stem)
The issue is nerves. There innervation at the C6/C7 nerve root. Ultimately some nerve just does not regenerate.
I did use the machine initially on my pec because I simply could not recruit and or contract muscle.
All is good right now as far as contraction and recruitment of all effected muscle. A have a lingering medial head deficit that is real stubborn and hard to target. I am a bit hypersensitive now when in reality my right dominant tricep was already rather over developed in comparison.
It really is a matter of time, as if I over load in my training I WILL re-injure my neck and that would be worse than a little medial head deficit.
Yeah, sometimes those machines will help, and sometimes they will not. Nerves are the one thing that is the most difficult to rectify once they become damaged. I hope you stay healthy and safe, man.
Thanks for the link - I am book-marking it so I may read on it later on.
I'm interested with regard to Keto diets.
If I have no / very low carb amounts throughout tha day, then would a glucose solution be preferred? Would tha AP protocol quoted be any different?
I can say that I no longer do Keto diets since I am able to more efficiently use carbohydrates. I do, when being strict, limit my carbs to post w/o and the next meal of the day after my post w/o meal/drink.
Personally, in my layman understanding of aminos to glucose - if my body needs them that bad then go ahead and convert my aminos to glucose. My phenotype has told me not to worry too much about not enough carbs (glucose) but rather too much.
Bump this for Mullet...he's much smarter than I...or at least writes that way
In prolonged ketogenic [fasted state] states, amino-acid conversion may occur, but most likely only in the case of hyperaminoacidemia: an over-expression of aminos may saturate blood levels, and the body can only utilize 'so much'. However, in transient fasted-state training, the body is highly unlikely to deaminate amino acids to glucose; in fact, much of the research I have seen shows increased levels of glycogen resynthesis and protein synthesis post-fasted-state training due to the regulation of key metabolic proteins.
fitty one fitty still around ehh
This thread has gone rather inactive but I'm still alive and kicking pretty well for an old guy. Good to see you.