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Currently I take a pre workout containing glutamine, beta alanine, BCAA, caffeine and a few other things. Lately I’ve been adding 1/2Tsp of Himalayan pink salt to it and I’ve noticed a real difference in performance. Seem to be on the right track given the responses
Perfect; thank you! Most days I don’t feel like eating right after my workout anyways, that would make sense with the CNS on high alert. Hour seems to be the sweet spot for me as that’s when the hunger pings start
I think it comes down to how high the intensity in these programs is. I truly go to failure every single set, every exercise, every session and no matter how long I’ve been doing it, I’m still sore as hell after leg day, and sometimes can’t do them for another 4-5 days.
I feel like I’ve never training with this much intensity due to the amount of volume I was doing prior. Realizing now I would save myself for the next set, where these programs allow you to give it all knowing there isn’t another set to do.
1.5-2 gallons of water is a lot more than what would be considered necessary. I would suggest that you may be creating electrolyte imbalance which would negatively impact your recovery.
That’s interesting. I’ve never thought of that. It’s more of my routine, I drink a lot of water not by force but just my habit. I’ll have to look into that
Thanks Joe! I appreciate the response as always!