Will Myers wrote:I go to the gym every day (mainly becuase if I don't I'll just spend my lunch break at my desk). I take a protein shake immediately afterwards to aid recovery, it's called Reflex One Stop although I'm not aiming to bulk up, just to get fitter (it's a bit of a losing battle as you get older!)
Mohamed Sanaulla wrote:I do a mix of cardio+strength training. Not much strict on diet - like eating every 2.5 hours. But yeah avoiding junk food as much as possible.
That means you don't lift heavy. Right? You do some cardio and stuff to lose fat ? And also can you tell me , if you eat for every 2.5 hours as they say to keep the metabolism in control?
And everyday? I am surprised. Don't you think you should give your body some rest?
Fei Ng wrote:Watch what your diet/eat and skip the supplements, it isn't really necessary. Working out and going to the gym for health is totally different from body building. And yeah, girls love to watch me in the gym.
Harsha Smith wrote:Skip the supplements? What if someone is a veggie? They need protein from somewhere.
Pushkar Choudhary wrote:
There are a number of options for a vegetarian to get good amounts of protein.
These days I've known a history of a guy who took medicines for losing weight. People said he also took analgesic together and the consequence was that he died on sleeping. Just to ilustrate that is very dangerous when you don't know exactly what you're doing to your body...
Fei Ng wrote:Watch what your diet/eat and skip the supplements, it isn't really necessary. Working out and going to the gym for health is totally different from body building.
Fei Ng wrote:And yeah, girls love to watch me in the gym.
Harsha Smith wrote:Are you one of those who hits the gym or work-out at home regularly to build body? If yes, do you take any supplements like creatine mono-hydrate or whey protein powders?