Discussion in 'Fitness & Nutrition' started by el es dee, Nov 28, 2006.
just want to look into it a little more
Do a search on it.
Tipton is one of the researchers that has done extensive work on peri-workout nutrition and timing.
You can go on from there and read articles that cite some of his work or check out some articles he uses as reference.
thanks alot man
Not that surprising. Papers were testing people on empty stomach but I guess they're now realizing that it might be more important to just not train on an empty stomach. There's also a big difference between statistically notable significance and clinically notable significance which is one of the problems of research.
someone post cliffs
there's a book called Nutrient Timing on amazon for 10 bucks.
Mike Roussell swears by it, evidently.
also (offtopic), but i just subscribed to a new podcast called Max-Out Radio. Haven't listened to any of them yet but they topics looks alright
did the same things