|QUOTE (finn4life @ Wednesday, Aug 7 2013, 13:05)|
|Also drinking milk after workout is great, Milk contains a fast absorbing protein and a slow absorbing one which makes it ideal for bodybuilding if it is actually true that muscles need protein right after a workout. If not, well a slower absorbing protein will be good anyway, it'll help fuel those growth spurts you get through the night I suppose.|
As soon as I come home from the gym (which is usually in the morning) I have a bowl of four cans of tuna mixed together with some herbs with a side of bread, and it acts as my breakfast. That's about 110g of protein right there and the rest is consumed throughout the rest of the day rather evenly (breast chicken, some more fish, egg etc). I used to have a glass of milk with that bowl of tuna but they don't mix that great, so now before I go to bed (both on days I work out and on days I don't) I have a glass before I go to bed. Full-cream 'cause f*ck that beta skim crap.
@Music, my gym plays mainly electro house. I like it that way.